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  • 10/27/2020

    Is it time to update your kitchen?

    The kitchen is one of the most used areas of the home, if not the most used area. Kitchens see us laugh, cry and celebrate, and they provide us with a necessity of daily life: food! Kitchens can come up in all shapes and sizes, and there are really no standards. As long as your kitchen contains all of the elements that are important to you, you’ll be happy!

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  • 10/20/2020

    The dos and don’ts for kitchen renovation: Part 2

    DON’T Minimise the need for storage So you fell in love with a magnificent kitchen that you saw in a magazine. The space is absolutely beautiful and you think that it will be perfect in your home. The best part is that it doesn’t even seem like it’ll be that complicated or expensive!  This fantasy happens to the best of us, but there is something about this designer kitchen that the magazine doesn’t tell you. It’s not very practical. Those lovely open spaces that create a sense of luxury [...]

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  • Case Studies 10/16/2020

    KITCHEN RELOCATION AND NEW EN-SUITE ( Sanivite and Sanipack)

    OBJECTIVE: Relocate kitchen to a discreet corner room CHALLENGE: Strict heritage building plumbing restrictions SOLUTION: Sanivite grey water pump

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  • 10/15/2020

    How to Add an Island Bench to your Kitchen

    When renovating your home, there are so many things to consider. Colour theme, required appliances, finishings, layout, budget, and contractors, just to name a few! Because of all these considerations, it’s understandable that sometimes things can be overlooked. But, what do you do when you’ve forgotten a major part of your renovation – such as the location of your plumbing?

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  • 10/13/2020

    The dos and don’ts for kitchen renovation: Part 1

    Renovating your kitchen is a large undertaking that will need a good portion of your attention. You’ll need to think about all the technical aspects as well as the financials, and this all needs to be done without forgetting the design and style of your space! This is a lot to think about and it’s understandable that you might feel overwhelmed already! To help you, I’ve put together a short list on what to do and what not to do!

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