Project Feature: Leederville Renovation

Retreat Design renovated the kitchen of this Leederville home in 2016 for our client who wanted a contemporary looking space. Using Arrital ‘Village’ cabinetry, a Falcon oven with recycled timber railway sleeper and a statement butler’s sink, we achieved a classic looking kitchen that ties in perfectly with the Jarrah floorboards and character features of the home.

In 2017, the client engaged Retreat Design once again to renovate the dated bathroom & connect the design with the rest of the house. An awkward layout meant re-configuring the space was difficult so we blocked up two existing windows and incorporated a beautiful feature skylight to provide extra light & free up storage space. The client wanted a bathroom that afforded better use of the area and a laundry station was integrated into the cabinetry. Stunning black & white geometric floor tiles and a floating oak vanity provide wow factor for this modern new bathroom.

The end result is a stylish home which has been restored & modernised yet still pays tribute to the era of the home.

 

Products Used

KITCHEN

  • Arrital ‘Village’ Cabinetry
  • White subway tile splash back
  • Caesarstone ‘Calacutta Nuvo’ Benchtops
  • Falcon Oven
  • Chambord Butlers Sink
  • Integrated Fridge & Freezer
  • KWC ‘Eve’ Mixer tap
  • Brita Filter tap

BATHROOM

  • Altamarea ‘Gradi 360’ Vanity in Oak
  • Corian benchtop with moulded bowl
  • Zucchetti ‘Jingle’ tapware in black
  • Karol Rotating Storage Mirror
  • Arrital ‘Village’ Cabinetry in white

 

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Welcome to the Design Blog. Here we're sharing the latest kitchen and bathroom products from our Italian manufacturers. We'll also bring you inspiring kitchen renovations and beautiful bathrooms. Feel free to ask questions in the comments.