Stanley Point Apartment Refurbishment
Salmond Reed was briefed to to completely upgrade the 1980s-style décor of this apartment in an iconic 1960s high-rise block.
As existing, the ceiling of each apartment in the building formed the underside of the formed concrete floor above. To achieve a modern aesthetic it was necessary to introduce a false beam to accommodate lighting and other services.
Existing aluminium ranch sliders were replaced with double glazed sliding door units to open out onto the rear cliff-top garden with its magnificent view. This also achieved a spaciousness that was was further enhanced by the use of generously proportioned, light-coloured porcelain floor-tiles which formed an appropriately neutral backdrop for the owner’s mix of antique and contemporary furniture pieces.
A new modern and functional galley kitchen, by Nicola Mason from Laminex, incorporates laundry facilities. The predominantly black surfaces are boldly contrasted with a vivid gold glass splash-back which adds a splash of vibrant colour to the otherwise neutral décor.
The master bedroom and adjacent bathroom were also completely refurbished. As in the kitchen, a band of aqua glass above the vanity and a wall of sparkling blue glass mosaics in the shower area highlight the otherwise neutral palette.
Now sporting its modernised interior and fully optimising the outstanding view harbour / city views, this once tired and outdated two-bedroom accommodation unit has emerged as a generously proportioned and desirable apartment.
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