Kitchen Renovation Reveal: Modern White Kitchen

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modern white kitchen

When I went to get my hair done for Problogger Conference back in September, my hairdresser, Hayley told me she was having demolishers in that day to remove her old kitchen.

It’s always an exciting day when the demolishers rock up. It’s always good to remember that before the demolishers come to disassemble the old kitchen, the plumbing, gas and electrical services need to be disconnected and sealed. These must be done by licensed tradespeople. In the past, the demolishers would disconnect the services temporarily (even though they shouldn’t have), yet licensed work laws have tightened, they aren’t covered insurance and it’s mandatory that these services are disconnected and reconnected by a licensed tradie.

Anyway, back to Hayley’s kitchen.

She decided to go all WHITE. White cupboards, white pendant lights, white benchtop, white tile splash back. Everything was white except the kitchen sink (oh and the gooseneck mixer tap and the oven!).

The draw card to having a white kitchen is it becomes timeless. It also looks amazing and should the temptation arise to add colour to the space, a few home accessories can add interest. White also opens and brightens a space. Let’s check out the before and after photos.

Before

old kitchen

 

old kitchen

 

old kitchen

 

old kitchen

 

demolished kitchen

After

modern white kitchen

 

modern white kitchen

 

modern white kitchen oven

 

modern white kitchen

 

modern white kitchen

The kitchen was designed and put in by Kitchen Gallery in Salisbury. The appliances were from Harvey Norman and the kitchen bench stools are from Super Amart. Hayley said the painful parts about the renovation was having to live around the construction zone and finding space to put all the stuff from the cupboards. In all the  kitchen took 3 weeks from disconnection to complete installation and the family LOVE their new kitchen. They also recommend Kitchen Gallery because of the great service and excellent tradies used.

Thanks Hayley for letting me share your kitchen renovation. And well done to Kitchen Gallery for a beautiful installation and a happy customer!

Have you ever had your kitchen renovated while you’ve lived in your house? Are you a fan of an all white kitchen?

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