Our style of kitchen is classic.
Colonial square profile and silk finish- $5k upgrade
Category 4 Silestone benchtop to island - $830
Category 1 Silestone benchtop to ext kitchen option- $1k (apparently if you choose a non standard house then the extended kitchen is not covered by the promotions, though floors are, no idea how they make these rules)
1 bank of 2 drawers - $150
1 bank of 3 drawers - $213
fancy shmancy bin drawer - $539
upgraded handles - $300
Sink - $509
back-splash tiles just a small area (make sure you're sitting down for this) - $2k (Australian made and custom made per order, I had too, was the only one I liked, don't judge me 😨)
Integral dishwasher- tons of money! tbc.. still negotiating this. for now it stands at around $2600
With the expensive dishwasher (which I will try and justify in a minute) we are looking at around $13.5k.
The deal with the dishwasher- I am spending so much money on this classic kitchen and the standard free dishwasher is stainless steel and is in a central location of the kitchen. I thought about moving it to the island but then the sink needs to move too and I love how you can see the outside from the sink and it's the perfect prep area so the only choice I have is to have an integrated dishwasher. The board from Kitchen culture is priced at around 800$ and the dishwasher at 1800$, I'm trying to see if there is a cheaper dishwasher option as they quoted me for a blanco and not for the Technika which should be cheaper, pray it's a lot cheaper.
Island - Gunmetal and Lagoon for benchtop
Base kitchen and overheads - White
Tiles - Infinity Brighton - Mineral
|Tiles, will be in a slightly light blue color|
|base kitchen and below island|
Post tender update: we decided not to have a dishwasher so we were refunded $500 for the promotional tecnika one and we will simply get a white dishwasher post-build that will blend better with the kitchen.