The kitchen is the room where people are becoming the most adventurous with interior design, through choice of form, colour and materials. Many clients opt for a mix of textures which may include timber, lacquered surfaces, painted glass, metal and stone, with artistic touches and
darker tones, with splashes of bright accents of red, orange, and green.
So when choosing your kitchen try to think what you would like to connect with – whether with the outdoors or other interior spaces. Do you want your kitchen designed for entertaining? Or maybe try having an island as a sculptural centrepiece that defines your kitchen space. Of course there are the essential practical points – who is the primary chef, are they right handed or left handed, how tall are they and are they cooking for an expanding or decreasing family?
The foods we eat are changing but not the space needed for preparing, serving and clearing up, so storage space is also a top priority, as well as the gaining importance of the separation of recyclables.
High pressure Laminate
Caesarstone - Man made Quartz. Stain and scratch resistant
Granite - Natural stone
Corian – Acrylic composite
Stainless Steel – Brushed linen or chequered surface
Timber – with a clear lacquered or oiled finish
Manufactured on our premises to the high standards of the NZ Master Joiner Trade Association.
Melteca/Melamine – Low pressure Laminate
MDF – Painted in a satin or gloss finish
Timber – various types of timber in a lacquered or oiled finish
A wide range of Bowl inserts
An exciting array of Storage ideas
A Stunning Handle Collection
Waste management ideas