Victorian Terrace Kitchen Renovation Kitchen and Bathroom Design Institute Finalist in Large Kitchen Category 2017 Our clients were a busy professional couple with young children looking for a kitchen renovation to make the home “theirs” after purchase in 2014. They wanted a beautiful, open space that was also practical and easy to clean where they could easily entertain up to 12 guests. They also loved the Carrara marble of the old kitchen even though the marble benchtop
Thanks to Fisher & Pakyel for sharing their Kitchen Design Guide. It’s easy to get ahead of yourself and start thinking colour schemes and stone benchtops and nifty drawer inserts as soon as you decide to renovate or design a new kitchen. But, before you pick out the paint swatches, you need to work out the best use of space for how you live. Ask yourself Do you entertain often? Do you cook together? Do you cook at all? Do you have toddler triplets who want to make
The Mint Kitchen Group was tasked with transforming a functional kitchen into a contemporary statement. The clients were looking for a kitchen that oozed ‘form and function’; one that worked well with the contemporary style of their home. The layout of the adjoining living space placed some constraints on the boundaries of the new kitchen – it could not stretch beyond the existing kitchen’s footprint. However, the designers overcame this by suggesting a ‘gully-style’ kitchen; a hybrid of the traditional
as seen in This classic kitchen, designed by Lindsay Williams of the Mint Kitchen Group, brings together functionality and traditional styling with a modern touch. Located at the centre of a double-fronted solid brick period home, this new kitchen is light, bright and spacious, matching beautifully with the traditional styling of the home. download full article
So you’ve decided to take the plunge and renovate your kitchen. You’ve dreamed, saved, and planned for months and as excited as you are, there are a few things that need to be considered before such a big undertaking. We’ve come up with a few questions you should always ask yourself in the lead up to making your renovation decisions. What are you trying to achieve? First things first, what are you trying to achieve? Once you’ve figured out what
As seen in With a cool splashback in sparkling azure glass and the unique visual impact of resin floors, this kitchen is approachable, modern and open. download article
Welcome to the world of creative printed glass design. Applying images to glass is at the forefront of innovation for kitchen splashbacks and bathroom installations. Select an image from our catalogue, or create your own printed glass design. Glass is low maintenance and easy to clean, offers a clean, streamlined look and is supported by a 7-year guarantee.
We’ll be blasting you fortnightly Mint updates, along with industry insights and tons of inspiration for your next renovation project. Somehow, it’s March already, and if you’re anything like us you’ll be wondering where the time has gone. If you’d planned to have kick started your kitchen design by now but haven’t found the time, don’t sweat. Join us at one of our showrooms for a friendly, no obligation design consultation. It doesn’t matter where your head is at –