Kiwi Kitchens Ltd
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Avonhead kitchen

Our customers decided to remove a wall between the existing kitchen and the living area. This enabled us to fit a large kitchen with a breakfast bar. Benchtops are Laminex Pure Mineralstone while the cabinetry is Dezignatek Classic White Satin and Bestwood Best Tawa.
Project Year: 2017
Project Cost: $10,001 NZD - $25,000 NZD
Country: New Zealand
Postcode 8042
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Our customers were keen to remove a wall between the kitchen and living area in their home. This enabled us to fit a beautiful contemporary u-shaped kitchen. The bench is a laminate (Laminex Pure Mineralstone), the base cabinetry is finished in Dezignatek Milan Classic White Satin, while the backing panel under the breakfast bar and the tall cabinetry is finished in Bestwood ...More
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Laminex Pure Mineralstone benchtops with Dezignatek Classic White Satin and Bestwood Best Tawa cabinetry.
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In the tall narrow cabinet to the right of the fridge we have installed a Blum Space Tower pantry unit (5 internal drawers). Our customer can't believe how much this holds ... only a narrow cabinet but drawers mean every part of the available storage space can be used.
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Tall cabinetry was finished in Bestwood Best Tawa Melamine.
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Laminex Pure Mineralstone benchtops with Dezignatek Classic White Satin and Bestwood Best Tawa cabinetry. Drawers under the sink make this usually wasted area into an easily accessible storage space.
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Underbench microwave unit. We always endeavour where possible to line the drawers up to create a seamless look.
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The tiles chosen for the splashback are an interesting variation of a subway tile. The bevelled edge gives interest and texture to the splashback area. When we fit an underbench oven we always use the space below as an extra storage area - accessed by a push-to-open flap. You can never have too much storage!
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