This 1930’s Queenslander home was in need of an update and required layout changes to meet the changing needs of our clients. Frampton Builders was engaged to create a new floor plan, and expand the master bedroom to create a walk-in-wardrobe and updated ensuite.
The original layout felt very enclosed due to two main walls that separated the kitchen and lounge areas. These walls were knocked down to create an open plan living area that has a cavity slider between the living and new dining areas to open the home up for entertaining.
We expanded the bathroom and converted it into a spacious ensuite for the master bedroom. We then transformed one of the bedrooms into a new bathroom and toilet while turning the original toilet into a Butler’s pantry for the new kitchen. The main entryway, which wasted significant space, was converted into a walk-in-wardrobe for the master bedroom. These changes, in combination with a new linen cupboard and built-in wardrobes for bedrooms, provided our clients with greater storage and a far more practical layout for their lifestyle.
Before and after shots of the bathroom at our Ashgrove renovation
Before and after shots of the ensuite at our Ashgrove renovation