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The name alone automatically conjures a distinct impression of quality, class and the highest level of finish. Caesarstone has long-earned it’s reputation by consistently delivering the highest standard of quality for nearly 30 years.
The Caesarstone website is a great source of inspiration and now has a Visualiser that customers can use to view the wide range of finishes, textures and colours available. The kitchen visualiser has an extensive range of options to view different splashbacks, benches, islands, walls and even floors and cabinets.
Designing your dream bathroom has never been easier with the bathroom visualiser where you can choose wall cladding colours for your shower and room, shelving, vanity tops and even the texture and colour of your bathtub.
Beechwood Homes is proud to partner with Caesarstone for our customer’s kitchen bench tops and bathroom vanity units, providing a source of pride within their new Beechwood home.
The kitchen is often regarded as the most characterising room in a family home – especially a newly built Beechwood project home.
However, it can be a big task to decide what to include and not include, from the cupboard and cabinetry to the appliances and bench space – even the handles on the drawers can be a challenge.
It’s always handy to know what is on trend and fashionable in the world of Australian project kitchens, so you can best navigate and understand what qualities you would like in your kitchen.
A great place to start looking for inspiration are online sites such as Houzz or Pinterest, you can search very specific terms or see general trends and save them, or Pin them, for later inspiration.
It’s also helpful to research the current trends in kitchen design.
Below are some popular trends in kitchen design that look like they will remain well into 2016.
- Open Shelving – taking a user friendly approach to kitchen storage, open shelving helps to create an airy feel whilst giving a ‘lived in’ feel that is very popular now and looks great.
- Modern-Traditional – the marriage of modern and traditional elements can create a warm and homey feel. Traditional door profiles like Shaker doors and mixing materials like stainless steel and wood are expected to take off.
- Textured & tactile – surfaces that are textured and have an earthy look and feel are becoming more and more common. Untreated, matte woods and stone can be a great and subtle wow factor in a family kitchen.
This list is a great place to start thinking about the characteristics you would like in your new kitchen.