Kitchen & Laundry Renovation Kilsyth

Kitchen & Laundry Renovation | Kilsyth | Melbourne | Axis Kitchens

Project – Kitchen & Laundry Renovation
Suburb – Kilsyth
Designer – Chris Wing Shing
Builder – Axis Kitchens


Doors – 30% Satin Shaker Polyurethane Doors.  Dulux Lexicon Half Strength & Dulux Black Caviar
Benchtops – Smartstone Davinci Blanco.  40mm Pencil Round Edges
Floating Shelves – Polytec Tasmanian Oak Woodmatt Laminated


Doors – Polytec Polar White Matt Melamine
Benchtops – Polytec Greystone Matt Postformed Laminate Benchtops
Floating Shelves – Polytec Tasmanian Oak Woodmatt Laminated

The Kitchen & Laundry Renovation Project

We had the pleasure of working with our Kilsyth clients for their new kitchen & laundry renovation for their family home which must have given them the renovation bug as we’re currently working on the next stage of renovation works including some custom vanity cabinets and wardrobe joinery, more details to come on that.

The real kitchen hero in my opinion is the new splashback window which our clients had installed as part of the kitchen renovation.  Not only does this lead out to their outdoor entertaining area but adds a lot of natural light into the kitchen / dining space which was previously quite dark.  Finished with a 2 tone shaker profile polyurethane doors a key design feature for our client was to have the large island benchtop without any services to cater to their family, entertaining and keeping a simple clean look when entering their home not too far from the kitchen space.  Now everything has a home including the microwave within the island bench, coffee machine tucked away in an open appliance niche, pull out twin bin system and integrated dishwasher and making use of the corner space with the Hafele Le-Mans II corner unit and Hafele Loox5 LED strip lighting running around under all overheads to light up the working areas of a night.

Seen as access to the guest powder room is currently through the laundry area this space couldn’t be neglected.  Wanting to keep a similar pallet to the kitchen but without the need of Polyurethane fronts and stone benchtops just the door colour, hardware and feature floating shelves were carried through to tie the spaces together.