Category: Modern Kitchens

When is a kitchen facelift an option?

A kitchen renovation can change the mood of your home completely. Updating your existing kitchen by giving it a kitchen facelift is a way of renovating your kitchen faster as you are not starting from scratch. Providing the bones of your existing kitchen are good, you can replace doors, panels, bench tops and increase kitchen... Read more »

Best Kitchen Design Trends For 2019

Kitchen design at the start of 2019 was still focusing on the Scandi kitchen design and colours. Minimalistic white or grey Caesarstone bench tops, crisp white doors combined with light woodgrain to add a bit of interest to the space. Although this is still on trend, particularly with the clients wanting a modern clean look,... Read more »

Kitchen Showroom Makeover In Bayswater

We are very excited to announce our Bayswater Kitchen Showroom has been totally renovated from top to bottom. There are 5 brand new state of the art Kitchen Displays showcasing the latest Kitchen trends. Each kitchen display is loaded with all the top quality kitchen accessories and space saving ideas that you can try out… Read more »

Modern Kitchens For Apartments

We are seeing Modern Kitchens in Melbourne taking on a whole new meaning. As we are moving towards a simpler lifestyle with smaller housing, Modern Kitchens are becoming more compact with many space saving kitchen accessories to accommodate the shift in kitchen space available. Kitchen designers have needed to rethink how to design kitchens to… Read more »

Kitchen Space Saving Ideas

When embarking upon a Kitchen Renovation, there are many things to consider in your Kitchen design phase. Over the last 10 years, Kitchen hardware companies have developed many space saving ideas and smart gadgetry for different areas of the kitchen workspace. German companies such as Blum & Hafele have lead the way in terms of… Read more »

The hearth of the home

It’s funny how everyone seems to gravitate to the kitchen. I’ve been thinking about this lately and decided to do my own investigation where this idea originally came from. Turns out it goes back a hell of a long way.. The kitchen was used for cooking and for warmth. The open fire, the combustion stove;… Read more »