Kitchen renovation with hidden butler’s pantry/scullery

Kitchen renovation with hidden butler’s pantry/scullery


Steve Burke: This is a lovely
renovation here in West Perth. It’s a semi-detached house,
probably over a 100 years old. And this is the new section at the back. So we’ve got a concealed pantry. Here we go. You open it, looks part of the cabinetry. It actually opens into the scullery. And down here is the laundry,
with the door to the outside. One light door, translucent. Hume’s, JST1. So that lets in natural light,
but also gives you privacy. So it looks like it’s
concealed behind the cabinetry. And out here we have
the built-in fireplace. Which is boxed in, and
flumed through the flat roof. And over on this side, we
actually have the owner, Hayden. Can you tell us a bit about
the experience with Amerex? Hayden: G’day. Yeah, it was a great experience. We put a lot of time and effort into selecting the builder at the start. And someone who was willing to work in with us from the get-go. And Steve did a great job with that. It was important that we
tied in the old with the new. And we didn’t lose touch with the original features of the house. And we felt that Amerex really
took that in their stride, and have done a great job with it. Overall we’re really
happy with the outcome, and I’m glad we selected
Amerex as our builder. Steve Burke: So around here, you can
actually see the transition, which is, that’s a long hallway. And then that’s the floor
level of the existing house. It steps down with the jarrah steps. Stairs onto the polished concrete floor.


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