01       K I T C H E N   R E N O V A T I O N

This young couple hated their existing kitchen but didn't have enough budget to completely they called us in and we: used all their existing kitchen carcasses (the insides of the cupboards) and painted the doors in a light stone colour then added funky new handles. Our team stripped the old tiles behind the stove and retiled with easy-to-clean glass mosaics. We added a cooker hood, new stovetop and oven and new updated taps at the sink. And last but not least new caesarstone counter tops - maximising workspace. They were absolutely stunned and delighted with the end result!


02      K I T C H E N   R E N O V A T I O N

These clients wanted a more up-to-date looking kitchen. We removed all the dated wall-tiles, smooth plastered and painted the walls in a soft grey. We replaced th counter tops with white ceasarstone; slick and modern and then sprayed the cupboards in a very light grey. With new stainless-steel handles and a fabric blind, the area was complete.

03        B A R   R E N O

When they bought this house, these clients weren't crazy about the dated beechwood bar. Houselift to the rescue! We sprayed the entire bar (and barstools) with a very durable automotive paint, added a slick glass top, some plantation shutters and an epoxy screed flooring solution (which was applied over the existing tiles) And the result: updated and stocked with lots of booze: ready for these clients to entertain #cheers





04        K I T C H E N





Is your kitchen in need of a revamp but you don't have the budget to replace it? Why not let us help: we have a painting team who, using the correct primers and basecoats can even paint formica! In this kitchen we flat-painted the cupboards, replaced the dated wrought-iron handles and finally screeded right over the client's dated tiled floor. End result: astonished and elated clients who ♥ their new look kitchen space!

05      B A R   A R E A 

When they bought this house, these clients knew straight away that this unused corner of their livingroom needed to become a stylish bar area. We closed up the three (strange) openings in the wall and wallpapered with the striking geometric, navy & white wallpaper. 

We then designed, made up & installed a functional bar counter (with hidden fridge and storage space) and side counter which houses a wine fridge and more storage space for glasses and all things entertaining! The end result has brought more life to this corner as well as more friends popping in for a drink!





06      K I T C H E N

This kitchen was part of a massive whole house renovation where all floor tiles were covered with epoxy resin screed, all walls were stripped and smooth plastered, all ceilings replaced and new cornicing installed. And then we sprayed all the kitchen cupboards and exposed edges, [dated wall-hung cupboards were removed altogether) replaced all the handles and hardware, and then installed new caesarstone counter tops in a gorgeous grey colour. Lastly all walls were painted in our favourite grey colourway and new life was given to this kitchen and scullery area!

07      K I T C H E N

This kitchen "lift" was also part of an entire house renovation where date floor tiles were covered with our epoxy resin screed. Here there wasn't much budget left so we kept the countertops, hand-painted the cupboards and wall tiles and added new hardware, lights, kick-plates and accessories. 




08      K I T C H E N

This 1970's build townhouse was crying out for a full renovation. The small, separate kitchen wasn't very functional and my clients wanted an open-plan concept for their growing family.

So we bashed out the dividing wall between the kitchen and the dining area. The under-utilised space under the staircase was converted into a pantry with a space-saving stable door. The floors were replaced throughout with a wood-look vinyl. We designed a full new kitchen from scratch, rearranging some things and maximising storage space. These clients opted for a supawood kitchen which we roller painted [this allows them to repaint in a different colour if they get bored] The final touches were some pretty accessories, white barstools and a vibrant floral blind!



09      K I T C H E N

This fully functional cherrywood kitchen was doing the new owners of this house's head in. And so we swiftly repainted the shell, the doors and drawer fronts and the walls and dated bulkhead. We replaced the handles with more modern ones feels like a brand new kitchen for a fraction of what a new one would cost...