Genius! Solving a common problem of being isolated in the kitchen while entertaining, this Melbourne home has inbuilt sliding panels that separate the kitchen and the dining room. See more below the jump…
Built by architects O'Connor and Houle, the panels sit flush with the rest of the Tasmanian Oak cabinetry until they are slid across to reveal the kitchen. While the kitchen is lovely and doesn't need to be hidden away, we can understand the desire to have a streamline look.
To find out more about O'Connor and Houle architecture, visit their website here.
(Image via O'Connor and Houle website)
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