The U-Shaped kitchen

Related articles you might be interested in: Galley kitchens Deciding on your new kitchen layout The work/kitchen triangle There are several pros and cons to adding an island bench to your U-shaped kitchen. Pros Whether the island is used for an eating area, work top,...

The galley kitchen

With two parallel walls of workspace, appliances and cabinetry and a long narrow space between them, the galley style kitchen allows you to incorporate the working triangle perfectly into the new kitchen designs. It also makes the most of a small area, so is great for...

Eco Materials for your New Kitchen

Creating a more sustainable kitchen can save you money, earn you great environmental karma, and create unique aesthetic opportunities for your kitchen. You can now find eco-friendly materials for counter-tops, flooring, cabinets, and more. We bring you five of the...

6 Important Features for a Retro Kitchen

Retro styles are very popular at the moment – from rockabilly fashions making a comeback to the Americana-themed diners popping up around Sydney and Melbourne – and it’s not hard to see why. There is something so fun about the simplicity, the bright colours, and the...