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Home Living : November 18th 2008
4 HLS - HOME LIVING: SOUTH, Tuesday, November 18, 2008 Kitchen myths debunked Write to Ask The Experts about individual problems in the home. Email email@example.com with your question or fax Ask The Experts 9689 5399. HOMELIVING » ADVERTISING FEATURE Ruby Gardener wants to turn her dream kitchen into a reality and wants to know what steps she should take as she is concerned her budget will blow out. Kitcheners Kitchens owner Michael Kitchener says a dream kitchen doesn't have to be exorbitantly priced. A dream kitchen can still be achieved on a budget, he said. My kitchen is an odd shape and I have a few ideas that are not very traditional. Is this OK? We custom design and manufacture any shape, any size, any colour and any finish. However, it is important that the design not only ticks the boxes for form versus function, but it's also within your budget. Our stunning innovative designs can be fully customised and, whatever your choice, you can be sure that every element in your new kitchen will work together to bring elegance, as well as efficiency, to the most important space in your home. I spend a lot of time in the kitchen cooking and working so it needs to be very functional. We understand that today's kitchen is more than just a place to cook, it's the hub around which your household revolves and in this case another workplace. That's why the thoughtful design and uncompromising quality of a kitchen from Kitcheners Kitchens makes it the ideal choice for your home. I believe my kitchen ideas are slightly unconventional and my concern is that my ideas will not translate to the kitchen. We all like different innovative kitchen features, work differently in our kitchens and use kitchen space for different purposes. Kitcheners Kitchens has a large array of qualified and award-winning kitchen designers where your ideas will be thoroughly discussed for the best outcome for you. This is why we take great care recreating this space for you. Do you have a showroom so I can see some designs? Our comprehensive showroom is at Alexandria and we invite customers to see some custom-made kitchens that are unique in design, in the creation process catering for each individual household. Every kitchen has very well defined and separate spaces for different zones, and Kitcheners Kitchens implements the dynamic space theory when designing any space. That means custom kitchen design is not just sizes of cupboards and drawers it is a process of optimising the location of different spaces and fitting these spaces with appropriate cabinetry. To find out more, download your copy of the free e-book of Essential Kitchen Design Ideas at www.kitcheners.com.au. Each of the items is placed in the most ergonomically correct level for the optimal use. There are a large number of options for filling in spaces from basic to complicated designs, from straightforward cupboards to clever space saving technology and usability. Details: Kitcheners Kitchens, 56 O'Riordan St, Alexandria, visit www.kitcheners.com.au or call 1800 826 144. To find a fully licensed Master Plumber in your area go to Master Plumbers Association of NSW or call toll free For all Sustainable Plumbing needs go to or call to find an enviroplumber in your area 2151914i hln wk21 Display Kitchens Wanted!!! 70% of normal prices Kitcheners Kitchens has an impressive range of brand new Call 1800 826 144 now (24hrs) for more info or visit www.kitcheners.com.au HUGE DISPLAY DISCOUNT! Please supply more info Please send e-book Book free design & quote Name Phone Email Suburb Free Post: Kitcheners Kitchens PO Box 7044, Alexandria, NSW 2015 SZ70
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