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Houzz article: Kitchen Corners

Whether you’re working with a professional or tackling the process on your own, designing a kitchen can involve a lot of decisions. Kitchen corners are one area where it’s easy to get stuck. You may want to save money with a standard cabinet. You may want swinging pull-outs to eliminate bending and reaching. Or you Read More …

Kitchen Trends in 2020 by Hilary Ryan

The kitchen today plays a central role in the spatial footprint of the home requiring fluid motion between zones and multipurpose living. Surfaces & Spaces Surfaces must be durable with multiple functions and are chosen to accommodate preparation, dining, homework and entertaining. For this reason, butlers pantries and mudrooms are popular as they keep the Read More …

Little Black Kitchen – LBK

This dramatic, contemporary kitchen is in fact part of a pool cabana. The client worked very closely with our designer Paul Johns to create this dark, statement kitchen. The client loved the movement and drama of the black Artedomus stone bench top which has lovely texture and movement. Statement black Kit Kat tiles were chosen Read More …

Little Black Bathroom – LBB

This modern bathroom showcases how you don’t have to be afraid of the dark in small space. Custom built vanity and shaving cabinets ensured the space is maximized. The timber accents soften the room and floating vanity gives a sense of space. Built by Impala Designed by Paul Johns and Natalie Rendulic Photographer: Archetype Photos Read More …

The Kitchen Island

Over the last 50 years we have seen massive changes with regards to the kitchen and what it means to the family home. In the 40’s & 50’s the kitchen was a room solely for preparing food. That concept started to change with the introduction of the breakfast bar until today where the kitchen has Read More …

Kitchen Sinks

There are a large range of different kitchen sinks. Today we will give a brief overview on the three most popular sinks. Each sink type brings design benefits to a kitchen. Drop-In Sink Most common type of kitchen sink. Installed from above, a hole is cut out the counter material and the sink is inserted Read More …

How Inductions Cooktops Work

How Inductions Cooktops Work – plus the pros and cons How do induction cooktops work? Induction cooktops work by producing an electro-magnetic field that creates energy around their glass surface. This essentially turns the cookware into the heating element. The energy created heats the base of the cookware that's positioned correctly on the cooktop. The Read More …

Modern Hamptons

An active family equals a hungry family, and a hungry family equals a busy kitchen. This stunning open-plan kitchen is large and robust enough to cater to bustling domestic life and looks sensational to boot. The kitchen exudes a modern Hamptons vibe that complements the wider aesthetic of the renovated home. Storage and functionality were Read More …

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