Our Client is home and we paid a visit
Work recently wrapped up at our great little mezzanine project in Surry Hills and we are all super pleased with the outcome.
Before we get the professional photographers through, we made a final inspection to check out the cool spiral stairs, the beautiful black kitchen joinery and the generous bathroom.
As you can see from our earlier post, this small inner-city mezzanine unit underwent some big changes.
We have reoriented the original horseshoe-shaped kitchen from being a tucked away in the depths of the mezzanine and opened it up into a galley formation.
The long, wide stairs have been replaced with an elegant spiral, with the black finish also being picked up in the joinery and hardware details and offset with crisp whites elsewhere.
Lastly, the bathroom was pushed through into the original robe space, which was more of a walk-in broom-closet. A generous robe now faces the sleeping area on the mezzanine, where previously there was barely room to walk around the bed.
All in all, we are pleased we have been able to achieve so much in such a small area, through intuitive design gestures and a creative and complimentary materials palette.
Professional photos coming soon!