CuttingEdgeKitchensWhat makes cabinets good quality? What questions to ask?
, a service Kitchen Solvers pioneered, involves stripping your existing cabinets down to the frame, removing the drawers, door fronts and hinges until all you have left…
BerekLaminex 180fx, Silk finish and Diamond Gloss Acrylic Edging
20 May 2017
Almost 5 years ago.... probably hosted them somewhere and removed since.
CuttingEdgeKitchensVinyl wrap kitchen YES or NO?
13 April 2017
You have been lucky then. There is a crazy high percentage of kitchens with vinyl wrap that have had many doors fail and the vinyl start shrinking, peeling or completely…
renomartIs a standard depth (300mm) undermount rangehood enough?
13 September 2016
It's better to have a wider rangehood than the cooktop
CuttingEdgeKitchensModifications to Kitchen Cabinetry
5 September 2016
Just a heads up your doors are not laminate doors. The would be either vacuum form or polyurethane doors. That type of door is easily available from Tesrol or Polytec that…
MrsJMCaesarstone wont warrant bench over 3000mm?! -from 3060slab
4 August 2016
I'm glad they are rectifying but can't say I'm surprised. Not a huge fan of coral homes at the moment. Their knowledge of product is terrible and they just pull 'facts'…
sjl81Exhaust / rangehood above island with high ceilings
3 June 2016
That looks interesting, my nearest external wall is 4.6m away from the island. Although the kitchen area is actually in stumps so might it be possible to exhaust to the…
CuttingEdgeKitchensHeight of Splashback Behind Gas Hob QLD
1 February 2016
You really need to check the specs of your rangehood as well. Some specify a minimum height above the cooktop which is more than the regs require!
chippyKitchen Cabinets "Sinking" under weight of granite benchtop
12 December 2015
Whilst I agree with CEK that a timber plinth is the strongest method for installing kitchens, the adjustable legs are more than adequate. They are extremely strong in…
kylie40list your favorite gadget in kitchen...
15 July 2015
not sure what counts as a gadget, but what I "couldn't live without": dishwasher (hate washing up!) microwave sandwich toaster (we use it every day) my big cake-mixer (I…
MrBeeAnyone used Stylelite for their kitchen cabinetry?
26 February 2015
SteveMillerCleaning laminate with textured surface
24 February 2015
I have seen many similar surfaces in my work, and I must agree that cleaning them is very unpleasant. It usually takes lots of scrubbing and detergent, and the results are…