The two storey property was very dated. Had a 70’s kitchen and bathroom, a mixture of floor coverings and wall colours however structurally it was in good condition.
The oversized open-plan living and kitchen space was re-worked with a new kitchen installed. The owner didn’t want an island bench – she wanted her family to be able to eat in the kitchen so a large timber table and chairs were sourced which doubles as bench space.
The budget didn’t allow for a full bathroom renovation, so the bathroom floor and wall tiles were thermaglazed, while new vanities, tapware and shower screens were added. Amazing transformation.
Carpets were removed, floorboards were patched and a coastal whitewash was painted on the timber boards. Some plantation shutters and curtains were hung in the bedrooms. Front of house was also painted white offset with black shutters and a stunning pink front door.
A refreshed family beach house at Palmy!
Palm Beach NSW
Update and renovate a 60’s beach house – on a tight budget