Haddon Kitchens is a family-owned company that has been creating beautiful kitchens in Brisbane for over 30 years. We love the look of French Provincial
kitchens. Drop into our showroom in Narangba for some ideas if you’re considering this style for your new kitchen!
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The kitchen is the heart of a home and by creating a beautiful kitchen, you will certainly increase the value of your home. A French Provincial
kitchen has a timeless style. You’ll experience a feeling of relaxation and enjoy the elegance, as soon as you step into your kitchen. The
feeling of opulence is enhanced by our use of superior materials and workmanship and we always use the latest state of the art components and
The appeal of French kitchens lies in the intricate level of detail that sets this style of kitchen apart from the rest. There are minimal straight
lines, rarely completely matched cabinetry, furniture and appliances and almost never monochromatic colour schemes used in French provincial
Designing a Provincial Kitchen
When designing French Country kitchens, it’s important to choose the right combination of features. We suggest some of the following features to
create traditional looking French Provincial kitchens:
quaint, pattern designed doors - we supply Farmers Doors in our French
free standing cabinets, rather than fixed cabinetry,
windowed or glass door cabinets with ornamental carvings,
The range of colours used in French style kitchens are limitless; if a colour can be found in the vibrant French countryside, then it can be utilised
in your French style kitchen! Gain inspiration from France’s impressionist painters, such as Monet, Renoir and Cezanne, for dynamic colour
schemes. However, most French country kitchens favour soft subtle colours such as baby blues and antique whites, used to highlight the intricate
design elements of French style kitchens.
Looking for a new kitchen?
Contact Haddon Kitchens today on 07 3204 0399 or complete our online form for a quote, our experienced craftsmen can design the French Country kitchen of your dreams.
With only a few months left until 2020 is upon us (scary, we know!), it is safe to say that a new year generally brings some new trends for kitchen renovators
to enjoy and mull over (and a few old trust favourites to stick around). From colour schemes to fixture choices to cabinet style and splashback options,