Kitchen Designers Offer Five Local Showrooms to Serve as Inspiration for Clients

Mint Kitchens is a family-operated business that creates custom-made kitchens and bathrooms. With over 30 years of experience, owners Lyndsay, Frank, and Albert create a stress-free and enjoyable renovation process for clients.

Melbourne, Australia - November 9, 2019 /NewsNetwork/ —

Victoria, Australia – Mint Kitchens, a company that completes kitchen renovations in Melbourne, offers five conveniently-located showrooms to serve as inspiration for clients looking to start a project in their home. These showrooms are available to clients throughout Victoria and help those who don’t know where to start with the home renovation process.

The five showrooms are located in Burnley, Burwood, Carnegie, Richmond, and Moonee Ponds. These locations are open Monday through Saturday with varying hours. New customers can request a free tour of one of the showrooms located near them.

There is also an online portfolio on the company’s site for additional information. Before and after pictures are available so clients can see the award-winning work that the company has performed. New and returning visitors to the company’s site can read over their blog, which contains useful information like cost guidelines and design ideas.

The kitchen designer in Melbourne works with clients to design rooms with both functional and stylish features. The company doesn’t create cookie-cutter results. They take each clients’ personal preferences and the ways in which they utilise their living space to provide customers with the ideal final result.

As part of a kitchen renovation in Melbourne, the company recommends appliances and transforms clients’ dream eateries into reality. The business assigns a project management team to each job and completes each assignment timely and in accordance with an established budget. Their experts work with clients of all style preferences and budget types to ensure an economical and stylish final result.

The company also completes renovations for other rooms in clients’ houses, to include bathrooms, wardrobe cabinetry, and laundry rooms.

The company is an industry leader, as it has won over 100 national awards. These accolades were awarded to the company from institutions like the Housing Industry Association (HIA), the Furnishing Industry Association of Australia (FIAA), and the Cabinet Makers and Designers Association (CMDA).

Mint Kitchens’ showrooms are located throughout Melbourne for clients’ convenience. The company helps clients plan and turn their dream rooms into a reality. Visit their website to learn more and schedule a free tour of one of their showrooms in Victoria.

Contact Info:
Name: Mint Kitchen Group
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Organization: Mint Kitchens
Address: 640 Mt Alexander Rd, Moonee Ponds, Melbourne, VIC 3039, Australia
Phone: +61-1300-268-916
Website: https://www.mintkitchengroup.com.au/

Source: NewsNetwork

Release ID: 88933224

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