A marriage of vintage, modern and quirky

Jenny & John Corbin, New Plymouth.

It's obvious from the moment you enter their home that Jenny and John have a unique sense of style.
The first clue is the deer antler trophy on the wall, the skull of which is adorned in roses. John is a keen hunter and fisherman, in the video you'll hear him complain that the old kitchen was a bit smelly, he blames water damage. What he doesn't say on camera is, cleaning his catch of Snapper, just might have contributed to the pong. Then there's the time he 'prepared' Paua, the less said about that the better. But there's no chance he'd ever do that in the new kitchen.

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As transformations go it's a bit special. From the duck egg blue wall tiles (sourced by Kitchen Studio designer Kirstin) to the combination of vintage details and modern design, it truly is a beautiful kitchen.

Jenny loves virtually everything about her new kitchen, while John has a thing for the automatic bin, apparently you can open it with your knee or your bum, which is handy if you have fishy hands.

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A marriage of vintage, modern and quirky

Jenny & John Corbin, New Plymouth.

It's obvious from the moment you enter their home that Jenny and John have a unique sense of style.
The first clue is the deer antler trophy on the wall, the skull of which is adorned in roses. John is a keen hunter and fisherman, in the video you'll hear him complain that the old kitchen was a bit smelly, he blames water damage. What he doesn't say on camera is, cleaning his catch of Snapper, just might have contributed to the pong. Then there's the time he 'prepared' Paua, the less said about that the better. But there's no chance he'd ever do that in the new kitchen.

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As transformations go it's a bit special. From the duck egg blue wall tiles (sourced by Kitchen Studio designer Kirstin) to the combination of vintage details and modern design, it truly is a beautiful kitchen.

Jenny loves virtually everything about her new kitchen, while John has a thing for the automatic bin, apparently you can open it with your knee or your bum, which is handy if you have fishy hands.

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