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Islands

Islands are an aspirational feature for most of us to have in our kitchen. The idea of copious bench space and the luxury of an island for serving, seating even cooking or washing is highly revered. We hear it countless times from our clients, “we would love an island.” Here are some things to consider Read More …

Bar Solutions and Drink Stations

Are you considering a bar in your home? Do you have a games or billards room or even a separate living area which would benefit from a bar area? Bars don’t need to be just for alcohol, they can also house coffee and tea facilities or additional fridge storage for entertaining or just to service Read More …

Outdoor Kitchens and BBQ’s

Make the most of the Australian climate and install an outdoor kitchen/BBQ area. There are many treatments for an outdoor kitchen a few of the most important considerations will be: Is it undercover? It’s best to use a waterproof board for the cabinets irrespective Make sure the BBQ surround is non-combustible, something like stone or Read More …

Tricky Corners

Most people hate kitchen corners, they are difficult to get things in an out of and hard to utilise properly. Things often get thrown in there and don’t get used for years. If you do have corners in your kitchen (most will unless it’s a galley), then here is our list of how to get Read More …

KBDi Designer Awards 2017

Impala’s designer Andrew Wright CKD Au, CBD Auhad much to celebrate at the Kitchen and Bathroom Designers Institute’s annual Awards Gala on Saturday night (16 September).He left the Adelaide event with two trophies and the well-deserved title of KBDi Bathroom Designer of the Year NSW 2017.   Andrew made his way to the stage early Read More …

Storage Zones

When designing a kitchen, general storage and pantry space is a good place to start as most kitchens suffer from a lack of storage or storage which could be better utilised. It’s good to think about storage in a few types or categories. For example: 1.    Food, there are usually subsets of this e.g. spices, Read More …

White Opulence

Impala’s clients were renovating an usually-shaped kitchen and wanted something sleek and practical for the space. Predominantly white with a minimalist feel was requested.   Impala designed the kitchen to be workable – ovens and appliances at ergomonic heights with a practical island unit for food preparation/serving and seating. The perimetre bench tops were Caesarstone Read More …

Small Traditional Kitchen

The design brief was to design a classic and elegant kitchen to suit the clients post-Federation 1920’s bungalow.Material selection was to be sympathetic to the era of the house and the client requested detailed timber work. There were three layouts considered for this kitchen. The final layout received great scrutiny by the client to ensure Read More …

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