Maximising space and storage facilities in this Coogee unit was essential. The key challenge involved finding storage in unsuspecting spaces to make the place more enjoyable and personalised to live in.
The kitchen was meticulously thought out, the table designed so the chairs fit comfortably between the legs. This space was east-facing, so we added additional lighting to make it feel brighter.
A glass-fronted cabinet with lights behind it, within the timber veneer kitchen, broke down the scale of the room and enhanced the experience.
An ensuite bathroom, walk in robe and book shelf with TV cabinet were squeezed into the main bedroom, space in the wall between the bathroom and the walk in robe used to add an extra layer to the book shelf.