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How to Choose a Kitchen Splashback

Steph O’Donohue When it comes to kitchen design, I like to think of the splashback as the trendy accessory that finishes the outfit. Due to the nature of kitchen design, there are often no details at eye height. Benchtops reach to 900mm high and overhead cabinetry is just that, overhead....

5 Ways to Revive a Tired Kitchen (without remodelling)

While you’re saving up for your dream kitchen, there are a multitude of inexpensive ways to update a tired space before it’s time to remodel. Despite the temptation to just change the cabinet doors, keep in mind that you are keeping the cheap part of the kitchen, and replacing the...

Kitchen and Bathroom transformation – a case study

Just metres away from bustling Chapel St is Liisa William’s home, which thanks to a renovation by Smarter Bathrooms and Smarter Kitchen, looks every bit the modern inner city dwelling. “Everyone who comes in to my home comments that my laundry is the best room in the house,” said Liisa...

Get me a Butler! – and other inspirational kitchen ideas

With the holiday season finally over, we are all looking forward to getting back into the routine, getting the kids back at school, and maybe having a few friends over for that dinner or lunch that you didn't quite get in before Christams last year. The kitchen is sure to...

Ten tips for a stunning kitchen design

Ten tips for a stunning kitchen design While every kitchen designer and homeowner has specific ideas on style, the overall trend is toward simpler living and low-maintenance design, but with accent marks of colour and splash that don’t overpower. This aesthetic extends from clean and simple kitchen cabinetry to “bulletproof”...

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