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One of the most satisfying things about working in kitchen renovations is helping to deliver someone’s dream kitchen, and completely transforming the space. Transformation is an understatement when talking about the project that Apollo Kitchens undertook in Carrington, a suburb in Newcastle’s maritime precinct. Designer Jim from our Beresfield showroom was tasked with creating a brand new kitchen, as part of the conversion of a 150-year-old church into a family home. No easy feat, the brief required Jim to balance the desire for modern conveniences and style, while still maintaining the traditional charm that the classic building demanded. Before - it was hard to envision a kitchen in the space in its original condition! The end result is this breathtaking kitchen, a result of close collaboration between the homeowners, the builder, and Apollo Kitchens. Perfectly marrying modern touches with classic style, this kitchen features a number of innovative solutions

Not everyone has the time, budget or patience to get their whole kitchen renovated at once. It can be a big and daunting task to tackle the whole thing and, unless you have a reason to knock the entire reno in one go, it’s wise to tackle it in stages. Before committing to a full-scale kitchen renovation, there are some small tweaks you can make to test the waters and be gentler on your budget. You never know – these small updates may be just what you need to reinvigorate your space and fall back in love with your kitchen. Updating window furnishings If you’ve got large windows (or even if they’re on the smaller side), they can grab the attention of anyone who walks in the room. That’s great if you love your window furnishings – not so much if they’re in sore need of an update.

Above everything else, a kitchen needs to be practical – you could have the most beautiful design in the world, but if it’s not easy to navigate and cook in, you’ll end up resenting your time spent there. The practical things you need to consider are often small, but get them right and you’ll make a world of difference to your everyday kitchen experience. 1. Generous storage space A lot of older homes were designed with many smaller cupboards that aren’t really that practical. Today, homeowners are starting to realise the benefits of larger, more generous storage space that allows them to easily locate what they’re looking for. A word of caution: Be wary of cupboards that are deeper than they are wide, as you don’t want to lean right into the dark cupboard to rummage around for items that might be in the back. Large, deep drawers are