Plan & Design

Kitchen Designs

The kitchen is the focal point and heart of your home, It’s more than just where the family meals are prepared, it’s the communication hub of the house. Kitchens are often open planned and need to be well designed and beautiful. A good kitchen can not only be a joy to work in but can…

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Design Service

This is an up-front cost of $150 and the service includes:- 1x Design (the design will include dimensional floorplan, elevations and perspective views) 1x Quote  (which you will be able to amend or add to)   You will need to supply us with the following;- Dimensions of your room (see here on how to ‘measure…

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Kitchen Design: G-Shape

If you have a large open space to work with, then ‘G’ shaped kitchens are ideal for large families who love to cook and want to work shielded from the walk-through traffic. The G-shape kitchen layout provides the same efficiency of a ‘U’ Shaped kitchen but crams in as much storage as possible by incorporating…

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Kitchen Design: L-Shape

This shape uses two walls of the kitchen for the three points of the work triangle. Often, the fridge is at one end of the long leg of the “L,” the sink is toward the centre of the same wall, and the stove is perpendicular, on the short leg of the “L.” In contrast to…

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Kitchen Design: U-Shape

The ‘U’ shape typically maximises wall space. Placement of the stove, fridge and the sink each on a different wall offers a very compact triangle that lets you prepare a meal while walking the shortest distance. It works best with the sink (the most-used element) in the centre of the “U” and the fridge at…

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Kitchen Design: Straight Line or Galley

This shape lines up the fridge, sink, and stove on one wall. It foregoes the step-saving convenience the triangle affords, as the user needs to walk farther from one end of the kitchen to the other, especially if there is to be adequate countertop space. A popular solution is to station one or more islands…

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Kitchen Design: The Work Triangle

The main working functions in a kitchen are carried out between the cook top, sink and the refrigerator. These three points, and the imaginary lines between them, make up what kitchen experts call the “work triangle”. The idea is that when these three elements are in close (but not too close) proximity to one other,…

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