A scullery with attitude. Happy kitchen executive
Monday, 21 May 2007
Fran Kent claims she’s not a great cook, but she does enjoy cooking and loves nothing better than inviting a crowd over for a meal. Currently in the process of renovating the home she shares with Murray Kee, she’s had the perfect opportunity to ensure her new kitchen is everything she wants it to be.

Creative glass from Graphic Glass.
Position is everything in a kitchen
Monday, 12 February 2007
It’s been said that the mark of a true designer is one who instead of giving clients what the designer would like them to have, gives them exactly what they want. And Lyness Kerr from Fyfe Kitchens wholeheartedly agrees with this philosophy.  

Kitchens get personal
Monday, 21 August 2006
Award-winning Christchurch kitchen designer Ingrid Geldof thinks New Zealanders are ready to embrace a more innovative kitchen style. In recent years, there’s been a simplicity and similarity in designs requested by clients, and for Ingrid, this has somewhat taken the challenge out of creating something exceptional.

Regional Winner South Island Lydia Geerlings . Europe Kiwi-style
Monday, 31 July 2006
European design influence can be seen in many New Zealand homes, especially in the sleek, minimal kitchen styles so popular today. The positive aspect of Minimalism is that it focuses attention on essential design elements, making us more aware of what constitutes great design.

Simple & stunning
Monday, 15 May 2006
When Penny Elwood started planning her new kitchen, she knew she had to go minimal. “I’m certainly not a minimalist, but we realised a simple, subtle kitchen was the only look which would work in our home,” she says.

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