As the hub of your home, your kitchen should be inviting, functional and beautiful. A kitchen renovation is a big undertaking with many different styles available, so take some inspiration from our kitchen gallery.
Click here to see our styles ranging from Modern and Contemporary to French Provincial and Country, Shaker and American style Kitchens as well as Art Deco and timber kitchens.
MODERN AND CONTEMPORARY
A modern kitchen is the central hub of every home. A space where function meets form to create a haven where modern families can gather to cook, eat and share together. Sleek finishes and clean lines are favoured while ever popular stainless steel appliances are paired with undermount sinks, solid surface benchtops and glass splashbacks to create simplistic yet stunning spaces.
FRENCH PROVINCIAL AND COUNTRY
Country & French Provincial - The classic appeal of a French provincial kitchen encapsulates a warm, romantic feel that originates from its rustic and understated history in the country provinces of France. With the inclusion of Farmers French Provincial panelling in many of our French provincial kitchens, fire clay sinks, luxe lever taps and vintage-look stoves, our French provincial kitchens are elegant, charming, warm and inviting.
SHAKER AND AMERICAN
Shaker or American style cabinets are the most popular style cabinetry used in kitchens today. The simplicity and efficiency of the traditional style has a classic appeal and is very visually appealing. Shaker cabinets with their clean lines are incredibly versatile and often incorporated in contemporary design as well as their original American design. Dark hardwood floors coupled with bright and fresh cabinetry characterises American design as used in kitchens.
ART DECO KITCHENS
Art Deco features have made a revival in modern kitchen renovations creating spaces that are glamorous and distinctive in style. Bold geometric tile patterns with curved cupboards and benchtops are striking design features that help to blend modern kitchen space with the architectural elements of the art deco era.
The warmth generated by the use of timber in kitchen spaces can help to create a striking feature. Both traditional and contemporary style kitchens can include timber elements from full timber cabinetry or timber hardwood floors through to timber accents and furnishings such as bar stools or similar.