Do you have plenty of space in your home, or perhaps an unusual or difficult area that is under-utilised? A Dry Bar may the perfect solution, as it was in the penthouse apartment in the current series of House Rules “High Stakes” 2020.
If you have the space there’s no doubt that a “his and hers” walk-in robe (WIR) is a luxurious feature to complement any bedroom in your home. In House Rules “High Stakes” 2020 the generously apportioned WIR adjoins the impressive master suite.
Who says a laundry has to be boring? Certainly not the contestants on House Rules High Stakes 2020. This laundry is bright, colourful and functional … defying conventional design and the perception of many people that this part of the home should be hidden.
The House Rules master suite includes the luxury of “his” and “hers” walk-in robes. The key to designing a successful robe is to ensure the storage needs of the owners are catered for and the design complements the adjoining bedroom.
Whether designing a kitchen in conjunction with the contestants on House Rules or your own dream kitchen, the design should remain sympathetic to the adjoining zones, while acknowledging the style and location of the property.
Dreaming of a timeless, elegant kitchen design? Then a Hamptons Kitchen Design may be right for you. The Hamptons kitchen design is all about refined elegance exuding a sense of comfort and function while embracing a timeless design that probably won’t need renovating for years to come.
You could be excused for thinking that a kitchen benchtop or countertop is simply a mundane work surface in the kitchen, however the overall impact of a kitchen benchtop on your kitchen design can’t be over-stated. A kitchen benchtop is perhaps the most defining feature in the kitchen design and contributes to the “personality” you’re trying to create.
Undertaking a kitchen renovation should be very exciting – checking out different kitchen designs, options, etc. But when you start talking about kitchen renovation costs, the initial excitement can diminish. However, sticking to your budget when doing a kitchen renovation is important…and possible. Here are some ways to do a kitchen renovation without blowing your budget.
Your kitchen is where many memories are created. It’s the informal place where your family gathers, usually while cooking or baking is being done. A renovation will ensure that great memories continue to be created as well as adding value to your home. Here are our 5 top tips to get your renovations off to a great start.
Before deciding on whether to incorporate the latest kitchen trends in your kitchen renovation. consider if you’re doing so simply because it’s “trendy” or if you really like the current design trends. If you’re just going along with a trend you’ll probably regret the decision in the long run and you won’t get good value from your renovation. Choose only the trends you love and that suit your personal taste and style.
Queenslanders often overlook the best entertaining area in their homes because the best area is actually outside! Embrace the great outdoors and the opportunities to entertain at home will become obvious.
Imperial Kitchens specialises in small kitchen design. We pride ourselves on the design ideas that can be incorporated into challenging spaces, particularly when the size of the space isn’t generous and the shape is irregular.
The kitchen is the hub of the home and a place where family and friends often come together. Clever design will result in a kitchen layout that is a pleasure to use, regardless of your age or cooking skills.
These days, you’re bombarded with promises from companies hoping to secure your business. If you’d like a stress-free experience, we suggest you deal with a specialist who will design and install a beautiful, custom-made kitchen that will fit perfectly in your home.
Everyone’s taste in kitchen colours is different. While colours are a matter of personal taste, colour selection remains one of the most critical aspects to be considered when designing your new kitchen.
Our vast experience gives us the edge in customised kitchen designs for small spaces. We know how to achieve a stylish, functional outcome, regardless of how much space you have to work with.
When considering a kitchen renovation there’s many things to consider, some of which are of fundamental importance, such as your budget, avoiding over-capitalisation and potential return on your investment if you’re thinking of renovating before selling your home. While these are very important considerations there’s a multitude of other design and feasibility matters to consider.
Imperial Kitchens has been involved in many thousands of kitchen renovations, and we’re constantly receiving feedback from our customers about their renovation experiences. Some customers have undertaken DIY renovation projects, while others recount experiences with different kitchen companies.
The conundrum faced by many homeowners is whether to invest time and money renovating, or to sell the property in its current condition. There are many factors to consider. As kitchen renovation specialists, we deal with many property owners and builders, so if you’re wondering, “Should I renovate my kitchen before selling my house?”, here is our advice.
If you’re unfamiliar with kitchen design and renovation, it’s easy to make mistakes that can prove costly and have a negative impact on the way your kitchen functions.
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