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kitchen renovations


Open plan style kitchen
staircase home renovation and fitouts

Project Description

Project:    Kitchen bathroom wardrobes and other joinery work.
Location:   Eastwood

The client contacted Badel Kitchens and Joinery looking for a company that could manage a multi-faceted job – a major renovation of their family home.

The client was looking to update their 40-year-old kitchen and transform it into a more modern, open plan style kitchen. Being an older home, it was quite apparent that even the bathrooms, wardrobes, and the master bedroom walk-in robe needed to be redone. The client presented Badel Kitchens and Joinery with a brief containing the modern ideas and colour selection they wanted to have incorporated in the project. Together, Badel Kitchens and Joinery and the client worked to come up with a design while working within a set budget and timeframe.

The Challenges

  • Design and implementation of work to a well-timed project management
  • Remove walls from kitchen and use building engineer to advice.
  • Design and install new kitchen.
  • Design remove and install new bathroom making use of all modern design features.
  • Design and install new walk in robe and other wardrobes.
  • Work within a strict timeframe and budget.


The results speak for themselves. Please see before and after photos to see for yourself.

With our trade partners we not only created there dream kitchen making for a more open plan kitchen.but we also brought there outdated bathrooms into the modern era on time and with in budget.

Eastwood Testimonial

“We bought a new property in March 2013 and there were a number of areas of the house that required significant renovations. These included a brand new kitchen, two new bathrooms and a laundry, as well as creating a linen cabinet upstairs and an under-the-stairs storage solution. We spoke to a few kitchen and joinery firms including a few old contacts, and also found Badel Kitchens and Joinery through an internet search. Badel designer came for a quote for the kitchen, and we were impressed with the designer’s open plan kitchen concert as well as his ability to listen to what we wanted for the renovation. We picked Badel as it could offer what we wanted, as well as being able to cover not only a new kitchen, but also all other internal renovations required, significantly minimising interfaces.

As with most other renovation projects, there were issues to be resolved. Despite challenges at times, we have always been able to resolve issues (sometimes unexpected) with Badel through frank and fair discussion. Badel also took ownership of its work, provided quality products, engaged skilled tradespersons to perform the relevant trades and made no excuse. Being able to listen to customer’s needs and work collaboratively to develop best-for-project solution is one of Badel’s strengths. For example, we asked for samples of cabinet doors and glass splash back, which proved to be highly valuable to finalise our colour selection for the kitchen.

Despite hearing the horrible stories of working with builders/renovation companies, we must say that we have a pleasant experience renovating with Badel. Thank you Badel once again for helping us achieve the home we enjoy living in now. We would definitely recommend Badel to our friends in the future.”

Eastwood, NSW

bathroom renovations and custom joinery in castle hill

Castle Hill

Sydney kitchen renovation
Sydney kitchen renovation

Project Description

Project:  Kitchen bathroom wardrobes and other joinery work.
Location:  Castle hill

The client contacted Badel Kitchens and Joinery to discuss a kitchen renovation. From the first appointment, it became clear that more work was needed to be done in the bathroom and wardrobes as well. The client had some great ideas that needed to be made into reality. By working closely with the client, we were finally able to settle on a colour selection, tile selection and bathroom accessories which reflected the client’s own sense of style.

The Challenges

  • Create a design for the kitchen, bathroom,walk-in robe, and other joinery work,
  • Pull our trade team together in a tight time frame,
  • Design and install a new kitchen with stunning stone benches and a glass splashback,
  • Remove existing floor tiles and replace all plumbing and electrical work,
  • Design, remove, and install a new bathroom making use of all modern design features, fitting out the outdated bathroom (with heated floor) and turning it into a stylish bathroom,
  • Design and install new walk-in robe and other wardrobes that utilizes the limited space while managing to increase the storage area,
  • And work within a strict timeframe and budget.


The client was more than pleased with the output done by Badel Kitchens and Joinery. We managed to create an open plan kitchen with modern finishings, perfect for entertaining guests.

custom joinery in sydney


Sydney kitchen renovation
New kitchen in Putney, NSW

Project Description

Project:  Full interior joinery
Location:  Putney new dwelling

The customer was referred to us at Badel Kitchens and Joinery by a previously satisfied customer. Our client had just moved into a newly built home which required custom joinery to be made. We presented our proposal to the client, and once approved, we quickly proceeded with the tasks at hand to ensure quick and thorough results.

The Challenges

  • Design and install a new kitchen, laundry and butler’s pantry,
  • Design and install custom joinery (2 stereo cabinets, 4 wardrobes, 3 vani>es, linen room
    with laundry shoot, bar table, storage cupboards),
  • Work within a tight time frame and budget.


Badel Kitchens and Joinery finished a beautiful new home fitted with only the highest quality materials in the market. This project was completed in a timely manner and was done in coordination with the client’s own electrician and plumber.

The completed project was finished using polyurethane, 40 mm caesarstone benchtops and coloured splashbacks.