Family Breakfast Room and Kitchen

In this project the client wanted to see what could be created by opening  up their  kitchen and breakfast room 


As their existing floor tiles ran throughout the ground floor of the house it was decided to retain the so works had to be carried out with care to avoid any damge to the existing floor.  Thy found the breakfast room wasn’t being used to its full potential and  were looking to create a hub for meal times and other gatherings that was in keeping with the style of their home.


We presented a number of design layouts before the final design was selected.

This incorporated a large breakfast bar that seated four. Linking the breakfast room with some low level seating areas for times when more family and friends visit.  

We integrated the television to the feature wall with a full granite feature splashback and  rebuilt a stud work detail that housed a recessed wine rack. 


The kitchen featured a timber style slab door that tied in with the floor tiling but with some lighter tone doors to balance the stronger coloured timber finish to help maintain a feeling of space. The sandstorm granite work surfaces ran throughout, including two silled areas. Various cabinetry and larder mechanisms were installed for ease of storage and one final feature was the coordinating  colour, high output radiator that spanned both rooms providing a central source of heat to both areas.