Tag: kitchen design

The case for laminate kitchen benchtops

When renovating a kitchen, deciding on a kitchen benchtop can be confusing.  There also seems to be a penchant in Australia for stone or engineered stone benchtops.  When I moved back to Melbourne after living […]

Mid-Century Modern Kitchen Tour

I recently completed a kitchen refurbishment in Brunswick.  The client engaged me to specify the selections for the kitchen.  As always, I started this project by defining a design strategy. This means confirming the clien’s […]

The problem with online interior design

I met with a client to check in on their kitchen refurbishment project.  They decided to work with Ikea on the kitchen design and layout and I was asked to make the specification selections.  Things […]

Creating a New Kitchen Layout

In a previous post I mentioned how there is a lot of intuitive problem solving when it comes to reviewing a floor plan. Especially, when you need to respond to a client’s brief for a […]

Selecting Tiles for a Kitchen Design Project

This week I visited a couple of my favourite tile suppliers (De Fazio Tiles & Stone and Luscombe Tiles) to select tiles for a kitchen design project for a client in Brunswick, Victoria.   I visit […]

My Visit to Ikea

It’s very rare that I visit Ikea or specify something from Ikea for a client.  Primarily because my clients have usually grown out of it by the time they’re ready to work with me.  But […]

The Kitchen Triangle

I have dubbed 2020, the year for home offices and kitchens.  Which makes sense as COVID forced us all into lock down and we therefore spent a lot more time at home.  This additional time […]