In the latest episode of Deadline Design, an inspirational new renovation series on Foxtel’s Lifestyle Channel, renowned interior designer and television presenter Shaynna Blaze helps parents to three young children, Martin and Teresa, revamp their 1930s clinker brick house before winter arrives.
Martin and Theresa have a tired and (thanks to some bad renos over the years), mismatched house in Deepdene, Melbourne. Jobs have been banking up for years and they’ve put up with things missing or broken longer than many would. With no oven, Theresa can’t face winter cooking on the BBQ. Enter Freedom Kitchens – proud kitchen suppliers to the renovation show.
The Shaker style kitchen in Alabaster Matte complements the integrity of the 1930s heritage of the home.
The unique configuration of the space includes a generous butler’s pantry, oven alcove space and a large island bench in Caesarstone Nougat for preparation and seating.
Floating shelves in Black Fine Grain allow for gallery-like display and items to be stored for easy access.
The budget comes in around the $260,000 mark with the kitchen and a fantastic attic conversion hogging the biggest chunks of that.
Deadline Design with Shaynna Blaze airs on The Lifestyle Channel on Wednesday nights at 9.30pm.
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