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2pac custom designed kitchen in logan village

Published on February 23, 2013 by in Kitchens

Back in September 2012, I was asked to design and install a kitchen for a client in Logan village, who also happen to be part of the Jimboomba Thunder Football Club that I sponsor. The kitchen design from the outset required having a central brick wall removed from the house, a return brick wall plastered up and some modifications made to the windows to work with increased bench height that I had designed into the kitchen. We finished all the doors and panels in a designer white gloss 2pac, with aluminium finger pull handles fitted into the top of every drawer. We also made use of Blum’s tipon for the pantry doors to allow for no handles, along with Blums metabox with blumotion and tandembox drawers to all the cabinets. Along with the extra thick stone tops and the red glass splash backs, I’m sure you will fine the design

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Custom Designed Vanity in Greenbank

Published on November 25, 2012 by in Vanities

My client from greenbank sent over some photos of their vanity that I had recently installed for them. As you can see from the photos the whole look has turned out very good and definitely makes the Ensuite renovation worth the effort. I have used Laminex New Graphite for the doors and tops in a horizantal grain pattern which meant having to align all the components on the sheet before machining them, to ensure the grain lined up all the way through. With the addition of Grass nova pro softclose drawer runners, blumotion softclose to the hinges, a large narrow drawer for use as a clothes hamper, hafele yarra # 8 handles in a stainless steel finish and a door mounted bin to finish off the accessories, this vanity is very functional. The only real complication was having to make the upper drawers wrap around the basins sink wastes, which

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Custom Designed Kitchen L-Shape plus island

Published on June 25, 2012 by in Kitchens

Late last year I was referred to a client by his brother, who I have worked with on quite a few projects over the years. I was asked to design up this kitchen in a shadow line look with no handles, hi gloss black 2pac and 2 tone satin grey 2pac. We also incorporated glass splash backs with a coarse silver paint to the back, 60mm Caesar stone Oyster tops, led strip lighting to the splashbacks and under the island, blum tipon aventos to fridge run overheads and tipon touch release to all other overheads. Along with using the Blumotion for Metabox to all the drawers, inner drawers to pantry and the back mounted sink waste with twin drawer bin, this design came together to create a stunning kitchen. Between the client and myself, we came up with the custom designed kitchen shown in the 3d drawings attached. This was one

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Simple kitchen in Jimboomba

Published on May 24, 2012 by in Kitchens

A friend of mine asked me last year if I could do their kitchen for them. Of course I obliged. This was a simple style kitchen, with the majority of the $$$$ thrown into the functionality of the kitchen. We used Blum tandembox drawers to all, Blumotion to all the doors, a pegasus overhead system, smart wire corner to the blind corner cabinet, 1mm pvc edge flexipanel swiss cherry melamine doors and panels, flexipanel black melamine to all kicks, laminex black marble squareform benchtops and atherton satin chrome d pull handles.

 
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Architectural Designed House fitout

Published on October 6, 2011 by in Furniture, Kitchens

This is a house I just recently completed in September. The fitout consisted of the kitchen, office, bookcase,  laundry, powder room, linen cabinet, 4 bedroom built in robes, walk in robe, window seat to main bedroom, hallway cabinetry and guest bedroom. I wasn’t able to get photos of it all, but did get some, so thought its best to put them up. The products used were Laminex white, Laminex Fossil, Spotted gum veneer, Caesar stone tops and black marble feature panels. Everything had blumotion to the doors and stainless steel tandembox drawers throught the whole house.

 
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Vinyl Kitchen at Bardon

Published on January 28, 2011 by in Kitchens

I was able to grab some photos of a Kitchen I completed around October 2010 over in Bardon. This was designed as a galley style kitchen with a open plan feel and plenty of light from windows. All of the doors and drawer fronts were made from designer white satin vinyl in a 2mm radius edge, Karaboard designer white satin with 2mm pvc edges to all panels, white tandembox drawers were fitted for the softclose and blumotion to all doors. Also used Blum Aventos on the fridge cabinet to give a lift application above the fridge. The 20mm stone top is Caesar stone Mosaica Carbone 7150 of which I’ve included a sample below for.

 
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Kitchen Checklist

I was looking through The Starting Point Queensland edition and came across the section on Kitchen Checklist which has some good tips on designing your kitchen. Most of these points cabinet makers generally take into consideration when designing your kitchen and we generally also take into consideration whats cost effective in renovating. A lot of the time, relocating appliances to make the working space more user friendly can be costly as well. So please take this into consideration when trying to work with this checklist. The checklist Has the kitchen been designed so that the food preparation area is set apart from the main thoroughfare? Have all stoves, cook tops and ovens been kept clear of corners of the room and also is there enough space beside the cook top to swing your pot handles around? Will opening doors on appliances be inhibited by the adjoining cabinets of walls? This

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2pac Kitchen at Bridgeman Downs

Published on January 30, 2010 by in Kitchens

In October 09 I was asked to start on a kitchen at Bridgeman downs. After meeting with the clients earlier in the year and discussing their needs and ideas, we came up with a design to suit the room that required quite a few changes. Some of these changes meant removing walls completely and having new support beams put into the ceiling to be structural for the story above. The kitchen was designed with a no handle look, all blum softclose drawers, tip on to the doors, aluminium frosted glass frame doors as shown in the photos, latte and chocolate 2pac colours, brushed aluminium kickboards and Quantum Quartz pearly shores stone tops.

 
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2pac Vanity New Farm

Published on June 11, 2009 by in Vanities

This vanity is part of the kitchen I added a few weeks ago to the site. It was finished in white 2pac with tandembox softclose drawers, blumotion on the doors and galaxy black quantum quartz stone tops.

 
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Softclose doors

Published on May 24, 2009 by in Products

Having your doors close gently is something everyone should use on their kitchen and other cabinets. It alleviates the “bang” noise heard when doors close, even when they have door bump ons on them. Blumotion for doors is the perfect tool for achieving this. Its a very simple design that just clips directly onto their hinges. When you close the door, at around about 15 degrees from being close, the Blumotion starts to work by gently slowing the door down until it reaches the cabinet edge. It is a cheap way to achieve a gentle closing door and simple enough to do at any time, as long as you have Blum hinges. It’s also a product I recommend to all my customers and have as an option on quotes just incase they are indecisive on whether they would like it or not. For more information, read through Blum’s Blumotion PDF

 
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