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    Default Kitchen addition required

    Hi, I am in the process of renovating my kitchen. I am putting in a breakfast bar etc and require more cabinets to be made around the kitchen. Let me paint a picture for you. You walk into the kitchen and there are only benches on your left, the sink in front of you and nothing much on the right. I want to put new cabinets on the right as well as a breakfast bar (we knocked down a wall)

    I cant seem to find anyone who will do this. Kitchen makers will only do a full kitchen and not what i am after. I dont want to spend thousands on a new kitchen. Can anyone point me in the right direction? Would a carpenter do this?

    Thanks

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    Carpenter or a good Handyman, you can order the stuff as a flatpack , then all it needs is assembly and fitting to your walls. Which area in Sydney?

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    G'day,

    A builder out of the local paper or word of mouth might have a better "in" with a kitchen mob and do some of the leg work like chasing up colours and styles for them.
    The other option is to keep trying a few Cabinet Makers till you get a bite. We're not all like that...

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