Considering Home Improvements for 2023?
If you’ve been living with an older outdated kitchen that just doesn’t function as well as you’d like, then designing a fresh new kitchen to suit your lifestyle should be first first on your new year’s resolution list. Whether you’d like to re-design a Brisbane kitchen to make the most of indoor/outdoor living, or modify your Melbourne kitchen to make it as stylish as its location, renovating a kitchen is certainly an exciting project for many Australian homeowners.
When you think about how much time you spend in your kitchen –preparing and eating food, gathering with family and friends, or overseeing kids doing their homework – it’s clear that this space really is the hub and heart of the household. So naturally, how functional this space is and how much you enjoy being in it can have a huge impact on your mood. With the new year offering stylish kitchen and wardrobe trends you are sure to love, now is the time to start planning your kitchen and wardrobe makeovers.
We designed and installed Channel Nine Today show co-host Allison Langdon’s kitchen to suit her home’s style that celebrates a beach vibe, relaxed living and functionality. The resulting spaces bring crisp whites into the cabinetry together with a stunning curved feature limestone benchtop.
Perhaps you love a more striking Hamptons inspired kitchen? A classic palette of navy, white and brass brings the Hamptons look to life for homeowner Mitchell from QLD. Somersby Shaker-style cabinetry is the perfect choice for the style, especially when paired with brass handles and accessories. Prime Oak shelving adds a touch of warmth, sitting either side of a rangehood which has been clad in Somersby White Matt cabinetry to create a seamless look.
Another option can include our shade of green in a pastel colour Enamel pair with a subtle Camden Oyster Grey Matt seen in the Winning House on The Block 2020 to create a retro feel. Add some darker colours in the hardware and appliances choices to achieve the 1950s inspired Palm Springs home.