At Zesta Kitchens, we know that you are looking for a combination of attributes for your new kitchen. Stylish looks, great fixtures and a unique setup that combines functionality with an atmosphere that makes it a pleasure to occupy.
Kitchens that are designed to suit your tastes and lifestyle
Kitchens in Melbourne are offered a distinct advantage: we are able to draw inspiration from a wide variety of backgrounds. The multicultural population of this notable city allows us to select the finest elements from anywhere we find it, be it classic styling, colonial decoration, or European minimalism.
Through all of these differing areas, we have been able to combine them into a striking range of kitchens for Black Rock’s homes. Best of all, we have used only the finest suppliers for our bench tops and cabinetry, ensuring that our styling does not compromise the durability of a Zesta kitchen.
Providing Black Rock and beyond with top-quality kitchens and service
If you are in the market to revive your kitchen in Black Rock, you could do no better than to engage the experts at Zesta Kitchens. We give Melbourne and the surrounding area kitchens they can be proud of! We take the time to understand what you hope to achieve with your kitchen, both in terms of form and function. This approach is a part of our dedication to customer satisfaction and helping people get value for money.
Speak to us today and find out more
For further details about any of our products and services, please don’t hesitate to get in touch. We would be happy to discuss your needs and help you make an informed purchasing decision based on your individual requirements. Our many years of experience enables us to offer insight and advice that will help create the kitchen you have been dreaming of. Pick up the phone and call our team on 1300 100 555 to speak with one of our helpful and friendly staff, or use our enquiry form and we will get back to you shortly.
After the local train lines were extended as far as Sandringham in 1888, the villa of Black Rock, named by Charles Ebden for its compatriot in Ireland, took flight.
Post-war civil expansion fuelled the growth of the region, which became well known for its devotion to retaining green areas and native flora.