New Kitchen For Christmas?

Are you dreaming of cooking in your new kitchen this Christmas? Then now is the time to Act. Our Melbourne production is filling super fast. This means if you are hoping to have a new kitchen installed and completed by Christmas you need to act now! Our Designers are working remotely designing client's kitchens to suit their needs and lifestyle. A Zoom or virtual consult to discuss your needs and design can easily take place during this time. During the consult the Zesta Kitchens experienced Designer will discuss your current space and what you are hoping to achieve in your future space. The Designer will analyse any existing problem you may have with your space. They will discuss the best solution according to the size of your family, the shape of your space, the style that best suits your home, colours, finishes, storage and so much more. Best of all Read More

New Kitchen For Christmas?2021-09-07T13:47:37+10:00

How to design a Two-Tone Kitchen Look

After years of all-white schemes being the norm, we’re seeing colour return to new kitchen designs. As part of this, two-tone cabinets have become a particularly popular feature, breathing new life into more traditional designs. But planning this look takes a detailed touch, and there are a few tricks to getting it just right. Why choose two-tone? As the name suggests, this look uses cabinets or materials of two different colours. These can be highly contrasting colours (like navy and white) or similar complementary shades (like warm white and taupe). When done well, this creates a timeless look that is rich and elegant while still seeming clean and crisp. There are many reasons to choose a two-tone kitchen, including: It creates unique interest: Even the plainest kitchen space can be livened up with two-tone cabinets. Whether you choose contrasting or complementary colours, it will add depth and enhance the look Read More

How to design a Two-Tone Kitchen Look2021-06-22T10:13:32+10:00

A Guide to Saving on Your Kitchen Renovation

A kitchen renovation can be quite an expensive exercise. There’s the cost of the new materials, the trades to install them, and potentially even new appliances. All of this adds up quickly. With that in mind, it’s only reasonable to look for potential savings. Keeping the cost down could allow you to think bigger – or possibly even undertake any work at all. And really, why should you spend more than you actually need to? The good news is, savings don’t have to come at the cost of look, feel, or finish. With a little careful planning, you can create the beautiful kitchen you want for the price you need. You just need to know what to focus your spending on. Here we look at some of the best ways to save while renovating your kitchen without compromising the final product! Set a realistic budget – and stick to it! Read More

A Guide to Saving on Your Kitchen Renovation2021-05-18T15:16:25+10:00

Ringwood North Kitchen Renovation

The owners of this beautiful Ringwood North home were seeking a modern kitchen transformation. They wanted a stylish user-friendly space that the whole family could use. The clients first discovered Zesta Kitchens when they were visiting neighbours. The neighbours had used Zesta for their kitchen renovation and they were able to view the quality and experience. They say word of mouth is always the best referral so they headed off to the Nunawading Showroom. The Team and Paul (Designer), worked diligently to assist the clients in choosing modern products that would satisfy. Here is an example how colour can transform a kitchen to a light filled space. The importance of the 3D design highlighted the different options. This was integral for a satisfied visual result. The final choice of streamlined cabinetry provides the modern touch and blends with the rest of the home. The feature overheads Mondo Rural Oak, creates Read More

Ringwood North Kitchen Renovation2021-05-05T12:45:46+10:00

How Much Value Does a New Kitchen Add?

We’ve all heard the old adage that kitchens (and bathrooms) sell homes. While this “rule” remains largely true, how your kitchen impacts the saleability of your home is a little more complex.  As a focal point of the modern home, the kitchen is one of the things potential buyers pay the most attention to. It’s seen as central to the overall design and often used to make a statement about the homeowner’s style. It’s also a key practical feature and is likely to be one of the most used parts of the property.  That being said, kitchens are also one of the main spaces new homeowners choose to renovate. Whether they have specific requirements, or just want to add their own touches, many buyers are open to doing a post-purchase kitchen update. While this will usually be factored into their offer, it does mean that a new kitchen is not Read More

How Much Value Does a New Kitchen Add?2021-04-26T13:05:46+10:00