Kitchen Shack is a Finalist in CDMA’s 2017 Best Kitchen up to $15,000
We are proud to announce that Kitchen Shack was a finalist in the recent Cabinet Makers and Designers Association Awards, 2017. The award was presented at the Annual Awards night
How to save money on a budget kitchen renovation
Everyone wants to save money on a budget kitchen renovation. It’s not only important to look for good quality, budget kitchens but also get the design right. We know a
Why Get a Flat Pack Kitchen?
Not every situation calls for a large, custom built, expensive gourmet kitchen. After all, you would not want to over-capitalise a property by spending too much on a kitchen. That
Kitchen Showroom Assistant Required
We are seeking a part-time Kitchen Showroom Assistant We are a family owned and long standing kitchen company who supply and manufacture complete kitchen and laundries for the DIY and
DIY Kitchen Renovations on a Budget
The kitchen is the heart of the home and an affordable kitchen renovation can add huge value to your home. Not only adding value to your home, but also value
Quality Flat Pack Kitchens
Most Kitchen Showrooms look great, but let’s be honest they don’t get used – they are designed to look great! The showroom doesn’t show the original flat pack kitchen or
Wow, the Kitchen Shack team created this transformation and we love the bright, fresh look in this renovated home in Fairfield, north-east of Melbourne. Here is a kitchen review of
Why is Kitchen Shack different?
Everyone knows the kitchen is the “heart of the home”. It is the beat of cooking dinners surrounded by family and friends and then sharing a meal and coming together.
Creating Warmth In Your Kitchen
Wood works well with any finish and creates both a timeless or modern look and automatically brings a feeling of warmth inside. This type of finish never dates and can
Affordable Kitchen Features To Add Value
Kitchen trends come and go so we understand wanting the latest fashion but take your mind down the track a few years. A kitchen can be costly so beware. According to HIA