Built in 1913 by the then Ipswich mayor, Fredrick Golbey, Pen Y Llechwedd was one of Ipswich’s forgotten treasures. Today, it’s a family home boasting the style and comfort of the modern era while retaining all the charm of yesteryear.
Black and white monochrome kitchen: handleless white cabinets and benchtops, grey marble splashback, black bar stools, black spotlights on suspended ceiling track, timber floorboards. Swap for wood features mirrors and window splashback.
**Downsize your laundry.** Slotting your washing machine and dryer into a cupboard enables you to have a laundry in high-traffic areas such the kitchen or bathroom, which can also be shut it away. Also utilise any spare surface area for storage by buildin
A butler’s pantry expands the kitchen’s functionality. Photo: Maree Homer | Styling: Rebecca Fuge | Story: Australian House & Garden