Kitchen designer and builder Rhys Mellor started his career as a cabinet maker and boat builder working on prestigious round-the-world race yachts in Europe. Once back in NZ he began custom-making kitchens with beautiful results. But these took time and after discovering Cutshop, Rhys found that he could double his productivity, take on bigger jobs and diversify without losing control or quality.
Designing and fitting a new kitchen can be a daunting prospect. With a price tag of $7,000 to $50,000 (or more), the kitchen is one of the most expensive rooms in the house to renovate. If you are planning to keep costs down by doing as much of the project yourself as possible, Cutshop can help. In this blog we share our top kitchen renovation tips and trends.
When you’re planning a kitchen, corners are often a point of contention. What do you do with them? Do you try to use the space or void it? And how do you access those deep, dark recesses of your corner cupboard when you need to? We’ve got a couple of ideas that might give you a new perspective on this age-old dilemma.
Splashbacks are important, yet often overlooked, components in kitchens, bathrooms and laundries. We have just introduced a new product called Reflections to our range. Made from hard-wearing aluminium, Reflections offers all the benefits of glass, but without the price tag. Read on...
When you run a small business, it’s almost impossible to do everything yourself. From a business point of view, it also doesn’t make much sense to be all things to all men. In this post, we talk to the owner of Extreme Joinery Concepts, Craig Fergus, about how Cutshop has helped to improve his business by delivering capacity without the capital input
Martin Hunter used Cutshop as a DIYer. That, though, was just the beginning – his positive experience led to an ongoing business relationship. He discovered a business opportunity, and set up a specialist wooden benchtop company called Timbertops and soon discovered that using Cutshop allowed him to take on more work and, actually reduce overheads.