I recently finished a kitchen and vanity at Norman Park. The builder on this one was Bev Jenner Constructions and the architect that designed the house was Tekton Consulting. With the project there was a kitchen, scullery, vanity, living room shelving and study shelving. Products used was Caesar stone Free spirit in a 50mm edge detail, 2pac clear satin finish hoop pine plywood with exposed edges, 2pac satin white watsonia to fronts, formica Mocha Velour to the kicks, laminex 25mm parchment with matching pvc edges to the scullery shelving, glass splash backs and lastly Barchie 288mm Byron steel handles. This one was a real pleasure to see completed and I was happy to be able to get some photos of the completed project to show off. Some of the photos may look similar, but I’ve taken shots from different angles to try and show more of them.
On a previous post I mentioned finding out that one of the kitchens I designed and installed was in the Autumn issue of Queensland homes magazine. I was able to get in touch with the photographerJohn Downs and asked if he would send me some hi res shots of what he took. John obliged and sent them over. The kitchen was one I installed a couple of years back at 17 mile rocks. The original post is located here to see all of my own photos after I’d completed it. But as I’m sure you are aware, John Downs has done an absolutely fantastic job of making these shots look incredible.
Well the Home show is now over again until Spring time. I thought it would be best if I put up a couple of photos of the display kitchen to show what it looked like for all those that didn’t get to come out and see me there. The main display is the same as previous years. This year I have added in the overheads with the pegasus overhead pull down system, all the lighting and all the outside cabinets.
I have found out that the latest issue of Queensland Homes (Autumn) has one of my kitchens displayed in it where they have put a write up about the house and features in. I’ve spoken with the photographer and he is supplying me with some hi res photos that he took, which I will be placing on the site once I have them. The kitchen was one I did in 17 Mile Rocks