Kitchen Renovation Materials Overview

Space works to take the hardest parts of a home renovation or home building out of the equation for you. Materials are a key element when doing kitchen renovations in Melbourne or choosing wall and kitchen cabinets.  Choosing the right materials for the design and functionality of your space can be the difference between a beautiful finish or something that just misses the mark. It’s the little details that make a big impact on your home.

Our team works to produce designer furniture in Melbourne, and they have carefully selected materials that both look gorgeous and act as functional, practical solutions for your build that will last the distance.

Solid Hardwood Flooring

Nothing says class like hardwood floors. We offer a range of timeless patterns and grains to customise to your tastes. These floors are durable, making them perfect for high traffic areas (like the kitchen) or for families with little feet running around. They also require very little maintenance when cared for properly and are hypoallergenic as they don’t trap dust, pollen, or any other allergens. All of our hardwood materials are available with PEFC certification.

Porcelain Benchtops

Do you use your weekends for dinner parties and testing your culinary abilities? For those who love to spend a lot of time in the kitchen, a porcelain countertop will be a very hygienic option for your kitchen benchtop. Porcelain benchtops are fast taking over the world of the kitchen renovation. This material is beautifully smooth and it’s low porosity makes it incredibly durable, without compromising on style.

Porcelain is striking in it’s aesthetic and can emulate wood or marble finishes, according to your tastes and the style of your particular space. A porcelain kitchen benchtop can withstand temperatures of up to 300 degrees celsius, meaning you can plonk your hot trays straight from the oven directly onto it. The material is also hypoallergenic and naturally stain and water-resistant. As porcelain doesn’t require a sealant or ongoing maintenance, it becomes a practical option for high traffic and wet area such as an active kitchen space.

Porcelain can also be used as a floor finish, kitchen, bathroom or laundry benchtop as well as internal and external wall cladding. It is also safe to use as a fireplace surround or hearth as well as a splash back directly behind a glass cooktop.

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Kitchen Cabinetry

Arguably the finish that is most noticeable in any space is the kitchen cabinetry. It can be the difference between polished precision and a room that just misses the mark. Our kitchen cabinets in Melbourne and fitted wardrobes in Melbourne are constructed from plywood, including entertainment units, kitchen cabinets, and fitted wardrobes.

Plywood is extremely durable as it is created using solid wood layers which result in a product that holds tension, screws and hinges very reliably. When considering wardrobe design in Melbourne or wall cabinets in Melbourne this will be a popular choice. Unlike normal solid wood, it has a high water absorption rate and won’t warp, swell or crack with ongoing use. Designed for longevity with routine use, our plywood fitted wardrobes also features a decorative timber veneer on top achieving a rich and warm aesthetic.

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