Remember when kitchens were just that room at the back of the house. That forbidden place where mums across the country put the 3 veg on to boil for an hour and a half every night while they did the washing, ironing and caught up with I Love Lucy repeats. Then they'd finally return to pour the hot green water down the sink and throw the grey sludge on the plate with some rissoles and smother the lot with gravy.
Our kitchen was replendent in bright orange and lime green laminex, contained a Sunbeam Mixmaster the size of a labrador and worst of all had a drawer which contained the oft used wooden spoon.
How times have changed! Masterchef and MKR have brought kitchens into the limelight and home chefs out of the closet for ever. No longer the bastion of congealed cabbage and unbridled disciplinary action, kitchens have become the hub of most homes and Thermomixes, Kitchenaides and Cook Books are the norm. Of course they have to look good too - laminex and dodgy brown tiles giving way to modern bench tops and splash backs that wouldn't look out of place at the Vatican or Warney's place.
Renshaw Stone in Glenorchy have been making kitchens look good for a while now. Granite and Marble are their materials of choice and Elliot, Annie and their dedicated staff have the expertise and experience to guarantee to put a smile on the dial of kitchen owners right across the state.
Resilience have been lucky enough to work with them for a while now and recently completed their new web site and online estimator.
Check it out here: http://renshawstone.com.au/