Classic, contemporary, professional or retro – Winning Appliances have the tools to create your dream kitchen, no matter what your design preference.
April 19th, 2012
Recent studies show that more than 50% of Australians plan to renovate their homes within the next four years, with over a quarter of these choosing to focus their attentions on their kitchen.
It’s a renovation revolution, and there’s never been a better time to revamp your living space, says Winning Appliances CEO John Winning. Changes don’t necessarily need to be drastic, however.
“It’s easy to add a bit of personality to your kitchen – even if it’s just through buying a retro appliance that updates the colour scheme to create a funkier look,” Winning says.
The Winning Appliances team has created 4 looks to suit individual styles and simplify the renovation process – Classic, Contemporary, Professional and Retro.
The Classic Kitchen embraces a traditional look, without compromising on modern convenience.
Classic kitchen. Image courtesy of Greg Natale Design
Integrated or semi-integrated appliances disappear behind custom cabinetry, and tapware is stylish. Induction cooktops are the go, traditional in a visual sense but incorporating the latest technology.
Classic 110 induction cooker in cream
The Contemporary Kitchen calls for balance and harmony through a minimalist aesthetic. The focus is on high quality finishes in neutral shades.
Whitegoods are kept white – or sleek black for added drama. From the latest LED-lit tapware to gravity-defying rangehoods, Winning Appliances has the contemporary look sorted.
Neff Slide and Hide
The Professional Kitchen takes the cooking experience one step further with top-notch appliances that create a restaurant-like environment at home.
Stainless steel finishes help achieve the precision required for a Professional kitchen. Mix and match gas, electric and induction cooktop modules along with steaming and deep-frying for the ultimate cooking experience.
The Retro Kitchen is all about fun and individuality. Bright, bold products add splashes of colour – vibrant reds, yellows and greens work well.
Retro kitchen. Image courtesy of Greg Natale Design
Marc Newson for Smeg
Curved edges and solid chrome fittings evoke the style of the 1950s. Incorporate modern appliances – such as the Marc Newson range for Smeg – for high performance with a retro feel.
Visit Winning Appliances, Australia’s leading kitchen and laundry appliance specialist, to learn how to customise your kitchen and express your own individual style.
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