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Available in seemingly endless patterns, colours and finishes, wallpaper is a home kitchen designer’s dream – however, many people tend to veer away from the wide range of options in favour of simpler paint jobs. Design thinking As we mentioned, there’s a huge array of options when it comes to what your wallpaper will look like. You could buy rolls off the shelf from reputable interiors stores, or you could commission a local designer to create a custom design just for you. One of the trickiest things about wallpaper is that it can stand out too much, and draw the eye away from other elements of your design. To counteract this, choose wallpaper in subtler colours and patterns, and match your wallpaper’s colour scheme to your wider home design for a sense of cohesion. Having a consistent theme throughout means your walls won’t get too busy, leaving you

Looking to update your kitchen, but don’t know where to start? Perhaps you’re overwhelmed with an avalanche of options, or have decision fatigue after browsing seemingly endless catalogues. If this is you, why not start small with some simple projects that take a weekend or less? Once you’ve nailed these projects, you may be in the mood for more – and you may have nipped that overwhelming feeling right in the bud. Project one: Write your wants down on paper This project doesn’t require you to pick up tools – all you need is a pen and paper. Even though it’s simple, it’s an essential step before you start renovating, and helps you plan your projects in a more streamlined way. Think about why you want to renovate your kitchen, and write down your frustrations and potential solutions on a piece of paper. Next to ‘not enough shelf space’,

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