Mix Your Benchtop Materials
It doesn’t have to be the same!
One of the top emerging trends of 2014 is using different benchtop materials in the same area. For example, an island bench could have the inside 2/3 of the bench in stone then the breakfast bar area on the outside could be in timber. This style can be used to hide a messy sink, create a designated eating area or simply become a beautiful feature. It can be done in different types of stone, stone and timber, timber and stainless steel, stone and stainless steel, etc. We recently did this style of benchtop to create a separate eating area in stone on stone in a house in South Yarra. Both of our showrooms can demonstrate the options of this design possibility and your kitchen designer can show you how it might fit into your kitchen design.
Our kitchen showrooms are well equipped to demonstrate the possibilities for your kitchen design. Our kitchen designers are highly skilled and experienced to bring you the very best ideas and products available. If you’ve seen something you want to copy or designed a concept yourself based on your personal needs, our kitchen designers can make this a reality.
Why not visit one of our kitchen showrooms today to get the process started on your kitchen design?