When it comes to designing custom kitchens, the options are endless! Our kitchen designers explore the functionality and ergonomics of your space, to determine the best layout for your new dream kitchen.
They also help you create a kitchen that suits your style and taste. The five most popular kitchen styles are broken down below and are - Modern, Contemporary, Transitional, Scandinavian and Traditional.
Modern kitchens are sleek and streamlined, with a distinct lack of clutter and ornate details.
Modern kitchens often feature fingerpull doors and drawers, thick chunky waterfall benchtops, with fully integrated appliances like dishwashers and bins.
Unlike modern design (which is a specific style from the 1920s -50s) contemporary design refers to the ever-changing design environment we live in right now.
2018 contemporary blends warm elements like timbers with concrete tones and textures
Transitional kitchens blend elements from both contemporary and traditional.
Often they use contemporary features such as timber elements and streamlined design, paired with thick chunky features (such as waterfall benchtops).
Scandinavian styled kitchens have soft natural pallets, often combining whites with timbers for a cohesive and inviting look.
Scandinavian is a very popular finish for a kitchen at the moment, as the timber adds natural warmth to the clean white kitchen.
Traditional kitchens are defined by their details, which can include arches, decorative mouldings, raised-panel cabinets. Whether they have a classic American or old-world flavour, they still carry the stamp of their owners' personal style. This particular style can also be seen in a subtler form called Hamptons style, and is the most popular style up the Blue Mountains.
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