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Black kitchen with timber benches for a Ballarat renovation.

This beautiful renovation in Ballarat took considerable time to come to fruition. I worked closely with my clients to make sure nothing was overlooked. We considered not just the look but, the functionality of this kitchen in detail.

Polytec Oberon vinyl doors were used in the Tempest woodgrain finish. Some of the doors have a mesh insert that was powder coated to match the black vinyl. The benches have been selected from the Duropal Quadra range of laminate bench tops in Pale Lancelot Oak. A knob and cup pull have been used for the handles from the Furnware Dorset antique range.

Storage systems and hardware used in this Ballarat kitchen renovation.

The wire corner system is my favourite way to improve access into corner cabinets.

An appliance cabinet is a great way to hide away the appliances you don’t want on display. A roller door can also be used effectively to do this too.

The Blum range of hardware is exceptional in quality and variety. Blum Tandembox Antaro drawer runners have been used throughout this kitchen. The bottle set is one of the clever storage systems that Blum has available for its drawer range.

We all love a butlers sink, but they create really hard to get to spaces below them. By putting drawers below the sink storage and access are vastly improved.

My clients were thrilled with their new kitchen and clever design and careful planning will ensure that pleasure will remain.

If you need help with a new design for your kitchen or another room in the house drop me a line or call me to discuss your project.

Pauline Ribbans – Designer