5 Ballarat Kitchen Styles you must see.

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#1 Contemporary Ballarat Kitchens.

A contemporary kitchen is simply a design that encapsulates whatever is the current trend. These Ballarat Kitchens all have clean lines and slick styling. White glossy kitchens have been very much in fashion with matching white benchtops. The subway brick tile has been very popular and different coloured grout is used to give them a modern twist. Always popular in the contemporary kitchen is the glass splashback, the paint colour of your choice is applied to the back of the glass before it is installed into the kitchen.  A lot of contemporary kitchens have no handles. There are many ways to achieve this look some being better than others. The example in this Ballarat Kitchen shows the use of an aluminium extrusion to create the finger well required to open the drawers and doors.

#2 Colourful Modern Country Ballarat Kitchens.

It is lovely to see a country style kitchen vamped up with colour to give a colourful modern look as seen in these Ballarat Kitchen designs. They have the shaker door of the traditional country kitchen and even elements of traditional timber but melded together with colour they present a very different look.


#3 Shaker door in Hampton and French Provincial Style Ballarat Kitchens.

From the beautifully decorative look of this French Provincial Ballarat Kitchen to the pared back look of this Hamptons Style Ballarat Kitchen the look is timeless and elegant. This endeavours to be one of the most popular styles of kitchen cabinetry requested in Ballarat and surrounds.

#4 Industrial Vibe to Modern Country Ballarat Kitchens.

With the use of edgy materials and colour these Ballarat kitchens take their look to that of an eclectic and Industrial vibe. Traditional elements such as the Butler’s sink have been used with the addition of a black tap to give it a twist. Open shelves combined with colourful subway tiles to give an interesting detail to the kitchen design. Mesh inserts into doors to give a nod to the past and the meat safes that were common in past Australian kitchens. Cast iron handles on a traditional white shaker door to give a more Industrial feel to the kitchen.


#5 Traditional Timber Ballarat Kitchens.

Timber is still very popular in todays kitchens. Whether it is used as drawer and door fronts or as a benchtop. Bamboo has seen a rise in popularity recently. Blackwood and Tasmanian Oak are probably the most common timber species for doors and benchtops though. As you can see when timber is combined with a bit of colour the kitchen really pops!

Contact Pauline Ribbans Design to discuss the best style for your new kitchen