Frequently Asked Questions

Our award winning Bassendean showroom is the ideal location to begin your kitchen renovation. On display we have four working kitchens fitted with the most up to date design styles, luxury inclusions and integrated hardware.

Our kitchen displays feature premium products from leading brands such as Hafele, Caesarstone, Polytec, Blum and Farmers Doors. Immerse yourself in modern and traditional kitchen styles, different cabinetry designs, lighting ideas, cabinetry grip options, smart technology ideas, automatic lift up door options and much more!

An added bonus of visiting a kitchen showroom is the ability to have an initial chat with one of our kitchen designers who can assist you with your design, give you an overview of expected costs, and provide advice and guidance on product and material selection.

You’ll walk away armed with information to begin your exciting journey. Our showroom is staffed with qualified interior designers and is open Monday to Friday 8.30am – 4pm and Saturdays 9am – 1pm with no appointment necessary for an initial discussion.

Alternatively, you can take a virtual tour of our showroom from the comfort of your own home – just click through here.

If you’re not quite ready to visit a showroom yet you can stay up to date with our design ideas and projects by following us on Instagram and Pinterest.

We design and manufacture custom cabinetry and stone benchtops.

We will custom design and build your kitchen cabinetry and stone benchtops for your new kitchen as part of your renovation project or new home construction build.

As part of your project we can also design and manufacture cabinetry and stone for other projects such as bathroom vanities, laundry cabinetry, luxury robe fit outs and custom made furniture like bookcases, entertainment units and home office fit outs.

Yes! We can work with your builder or architect to design, manufacture and install a luxury designer kitchen, bathrooms, wardrobes, laundry and custom furniture.

With these areas being the most used in your home it makes total sense to engage an experienced kitchen company like us to design you a functional luxury kitchen.

Not sure of the best products for your kitchen renovation in Perth? Our designers keep on top of all the best products in the market, and can provide recommendations of the best products to suit your style, needs and budget.

Whilst we are able to source and provide any products for your individual requirements, we do work closely with reputable and high-quality suppliers, such as Hafele, Polytec, Blum and Caesarstone so that you can be assured of not only the excellence in product but a warranty for additional peace of mind.

The total cost of a kitchen renovation will depend on any factors like the size and scope of your project, your product selections and bespoke elements you have chosen for your kitchen renovation.

We’ve written a blog article that outlines how much to renovate a kitchen in great detail. Click here to read more about how much a kitchen renovation costs.

We’ve fine tuned our renovation process over two decades. When you renovate your kitchen with us you work with your very own qualified interior designer to design your new kitchen exactly to your taste and requirements.

All of our custom kitchens are manufactured locally in our state of the art factory located in Bassendean. We will build your kitchen in our factory before we install it at your home to ensure the highest of quality.

When it’s time to install at your home your project will be overseen by our experienced site manager to ensure the process goes smoothly.

Read more about our Three Step Design Process here.

The best kitchen layout is what makes the best use of space to match your cooking needs and how you will use your kitchen day to day.

When we renovate your kitchen, our experienced design team will help guide you with practical suggestions around how to remodel your kitchen zone to best suit your home life and be most practical.

This could mean that we help reinvent your kitchen in a different style of layout to what was originally there.

What to learn more? Check out our blog on some of our favourite kitchen layouts.

When we visit your home our interior designer will help guide you to choose a kitchen style to best suit your home and your individual taste.

Whilst there are a selection of kitchen styles you can choose from it really depends on your individual taste and style.

Quite often our clients like to blend elements from a variety of kitchen styles to create their own eclectic look and feel. This is one of the advantages of designing your bespoke luxury kitchen with us as it is custom designed exactly for you and your home.

Good planning in preparation for your kitchen renovation will help you make the most of your space. Whether you already have an idea of what you are looking for, or don’t know where to start, our designers will guide you through every step of the planning process. Appliance choice, cabinetry profiles, benchtop material, work zone configuration, storage and lighting are all key elements you will go over with a designer in the planning phase of your kitchen design.

To read more about key considerations for your kitchen renovation, check out our blog article here.

Both terms refer to the functionality of your kitchen. The concept of a ‘work triangle’ has been around since the 1940s, and refers to your cooktop, sink and fridge being positioned in a triangle formation to allow for optimal functionality during food preparation. However, as we shift into a modern era we have so many more innovative kitchen solutions that simply were not available before. The kitchen work triangle may still work for smaller kitchen spaces with a traditional layout, but for more spacious kitchens, it often isn’t the best solution. Additionally, nowadays our appliances are no longer limited to just your cooktop, sink and fridge, with so many more exciting options available to us.

The term ‘work zone’ encapsulates sections of space in the kitchen which are designated for particular tasks. For example, you might have a separate work zone for your coffee station to prepare drinks, and a work zone alongside your kitchen benchtop next to the sink where all food preparation takes place. Work zones are completely customisable depending on your needs and the way you like to use your kitchen. As modern kitchens are far more spacious than what they used to be, they often account for multiple work zones within the kitchen.

Here at The Maker Designer Kitchens, functionality is a key consideration for us when designing your ideal kitchen. As innovative kitchen designers, we love to use the work zone approach, as it allows for more flexibility in creating the perfect design which will meet every single one of your needs.

To read more about work triangles vs work zones in more depth, have a read of our blog article here.

If you cannot find the answers to your question above, please call us on 1300 270 000 or email us at  with your question and we can happily help you