Kitchen Projects by Unique Design
Making the decision to renovate your kitchen is a big one. It’s the heart of your home and, functionally, an essential part of daily life. You want to be sure you make the right decision to suit your home, personal style and needs.
A lot of consideration goes into planning and designing the perfect space to prepare meals and entertain. Research is a must so take your time in the planning – so that when it comes time for the design, build and installation, you get exactly what you imagined.
When renovating a kitchen, it’s important to work with professionals as they understand the intricacies of kitchen design. So when you are ready, talk to us here at Unique Design. No matter the size of the space you are working with, no matter your needs, Unique Design is able to transform the kitchen you have into the kitchen you dream of.
Unique Design has been designing and renovating kitchens across Brisbane for over 20 years. We’ve improved kitchens across the eastern, western southern and northern suburbs and made big and small spaces more functional and visually appealing.
Be sure to visit the Unique Design kitchen showroom in 680 Sandgate Road, Clayfield, Brisbane. You’ll be able to see a range of kitchen design ideas and touch all the materials which could be suitable for your kitchen.
Some of our favourite Brisbane kitchen renovations are below – you may find these serve as inspiration for your new creations.
KBDI 2018 Kitchen Of The Year Finalist
This beautiful Kitchen designed by Elizabeth O'Neil was a Finalist in the Kitchen Bathroom Design Institute 2018 National Awards.
It was designed using Polytec Thermolaminated Doors in white with Natural Oak Ravine and Cinder Matt as secondary colours.
An Abey Schock Magma double undermount sink and Luz 2 tap, together with Meile, Schweigen and Electrolux appliances finish off this outstanding kitchen.
Modern Kitchen On Hamilton Hill
This stunning kitchen designed by Simon Taylor in 2 Pac Satin finish with 90mm Caesarstone Raven benchtop.
One of the main features the client was wanting was a hidden Butlers Pantry which was achieved by disguising the entrance as a cabinet door.