Upgrade a 1970’s Kitchen

This was a 2 bedroom 1 bathroom house built in the early 1970’s.
Our brief was to bring it into the 21st century as inexpensively as possible without compromising on the quality.


This was a very basic traditional kitchen that had again been built solidly. The frames were all built in Jarrah and took some muscle to demolish.

Again, we kept the original window to keep costs down and we filled in the recess; they were common in the 70’s. We chose simple flat pack cupboards with a nice laminate bench top, stainless steel tap and sink and white clean-cut appliances. With 600mm high gloss tiles as a splash back and plank style vinyl flooring to finish.

The finished product was a bright modern kitchen that was a pleasure to work in.

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