My kitchen is very small 2750x 3200. There are two walk through sliding doors connecting to other rooms. The back wall between the doors is only 500mm so no appliances can fit there - currently I have my fridge in the bottom right hand corner which fits perfectly. At the moment I have a wall oven and a very large hotplate which takes up so much of my limited bench space. I have just bought an induction cooktop, which I will put an oven underneath to maximise bench space. I would also like to include a dishwasher if possible. Does anyone have any ideas please.
Any ideas how l could make that corner work..The alcove cannot be adjusted as brick behind. Current the sink bench is 450m..l extending this 600mm
Welcome to the Bunnings Workshop community @debv59. It's brilliant to have you join us, and many thanks for the question about renovating your kitchen.
What sort of renovation are you planning? If you're looking to install new cabinetry and a bench, I can't see that corner being particularly troublesome. You'll need someone to cut out the rear of a Kaboodle corner base cabinet to suit the protruding wall section. You'll then also need to cut out the benchtop to fit. It won't be as simple as installing a pre-made cabinet and bench, but it is certainly doable. I've created a rendering below to illustrate.
Since you're in the beginning stages, check out this handy guide: How to plan a kitchen renovation.
Thanks so much Mitchell. I spent hours trying to design it online and it was doing my head in I am looking at getting a complete new kaboodle kitchen and I have someone coming to my home this week. I will show them your suggestion.
As mentioned @debvan, it will take a bit of custom work, but it is achievable.
You won't be able to create a custom cabinet in the Kaboodle planner. The only thing I can think of is spacing that entire row of cabinetry out at the corner and having a gap behind it. An oversized benchtop could be cut to suit and cover that gap. I'm not too fond of that solution, though, as you lose a portion of the room and the benchtop still needs to be cut to suit anyway.
Keep us updated, and please reach out if you have further questions or get stuck.
It's great that you've received excellent advice from my colleague @MitchellMc. Just to add some ideas to the suggestions made, I would like to suggest the following:
I hope my suggestions help, if you wish to see the cabinetry in another configuration, please let me know. Please note that the cabinets I've used are all based on the Kaboodle flat pack system and will fit your current space.
If you have any other questions we can help with, please let us know.
Thank you so much Eric, some amazing suggestions there. I have someone from Bunnings coming out on Thursday.