Kitchen at McCullock place

The most significant aspect of this reno was removing a non-structural wall between the kitchen and the laundry. This liberated poorly used space and highlighted the original 70’s raked ceiling.

A central bench was used to divide the new kitchen into two zones; work and seating. Flat pack cabinets and interior grade ply were used to keep costs down. To boast the feeling of quality the bench was trimmed in live edge Cypress-pine.

In addition to design, I undertook the demolition, construction and custom joinery.