Design

The design of your cabinet(s) will depend on the style and vision you are trying to achieve.

 

 

Warmth

If you are after warmth and comfort, you cannot go past natural timber.

Many people associate this style with country living and lifestyle choice.

It is also very popular for outdoor woodwork – pergolas, outdoor kitchens etc.

But don’t forget that even modern or contemporary spaces can be softened and warmed by adding carefully placed natural timber feature points, such as panels, doors or columns.

Retro

This style captures a feeling of quirkiness. Any era can be tapped in here with the 50’s 60’s and 70’s the most common. It embraces a kaleidoscope of contrasting colours, shapes and forms to achieve a lively, fun setting.

It is not for every situation, however everyone that sees it stops and takes note.

Warmth

If you are after warmth and comfort, you cannot go past natural timber.

Many people associate this style with country living and lifestyle choice.

It is also very popular for outdoor woodwork – pergolas, outdoor kitchens etc.

But don’t forget that even modern or contemporary spaces can be softened and warmed by adding carefully placed natural timber feature points, such as panels, doors or columns.

Modern

Modern design employs a sense of “simplicity and sophistication” by opening up living spaces and keeping joinery surfaces straight, sharp and simple with contrasting features and a simple colour palette.
Gloss, matt and textured finishes are all carefully combined in this style to achieve a sense of clean perfection.

Contemporary

Contemporary style is defined by a mixture of straight and elegant curved lines. Subtle sophistication and a deliberate use of texture and clean lines, showcasing space, shape and colour to create a “timeless” space.

Avant Garde

The “Avant Garde” style produces a feeling of being “Out There” and is mostly applied in commercial settings, such as shop and office fit outs.

Typically chosen for architect designed spaces, it incorporates materials and designs not typically associated with joinery, such as sheet metal, iron and steel, masonry and textiles.

The end result stops visitors in their tracks, and by grabbing their attention causes them to take interest in the business.

Surfaces and Finishes

It is important to use the right material for the right job.

We use the latest materials to ensure your custom project stands out from the crowd and lasts.

Below are some of the surfaces and finishes we work with:

Granite

Marble

Caesar Stone

Other Composite Stone

Laminate

Melamine

Two-pack paint – Matt, satin or gloss finish

Solid Timber – Matt, satin or gloss finish

Timber Veneer – Matt, satin or gloss finish

Stainless steel

Touchless Pressed Materials

Accreditation

At Newton Joinery Works most of our projects are repeat business. We are always happy to provide you with a past client referral or feedback, ask us.