Kim Duffin for Sublime Architectural Interiors

+61 7 3715 5003

Services Provided
•National Kitchen Design and Bathroom Design Service
•Architectural Joinery Design Service
•Kitchen Storage Solutions and Interior Space Planning
•Interior Finish and Colour Coordination
•Quality workmanship and Cabinet Manufacturing
•Onsite Trade Coordination and Project Mangement.

Areas Served

Business Description
Design Director of Sublime Architectureal Interiors(formaly Sublime Cabinet Design), one of Australia’s most awarded kitchen and bathroom design Companies, with over 70 regional, state and national awards since 2005. Including 5 x Australian Kitchen Designer of the Year and 7 x Queensland Kitchen Designer of the Year.

Certification and Awards
•2013 HIA Australian Kitchen Designer Of the Year "Kim Duffin"
•2012 HIA Australian Kitchen Designer Of the Year "Kim Duffin"
•2011 KBDI Australian Kitchen Designer Of the Year "Kim Duffin"
•2006 HIA Australian Kitchen Designer of the Year "Kim Duffin
Brisbane, QLD AU 
Kim Duffin 
Unit6/45 JiJaws, Sumner Park
Brisbane, Queensland 4074
(073) 715-6009 
Kim Duffin for Sublime Architectural Interiors is following Stephane Osborne
August 22, 2014
Kim Duffin for Sublime Architectural Interiors now has a photo featured in an ideabook

Kitchen Planning: 10 Ways to Create an Amazing Indoor/Outdoor Space

Love your kitchen and your garden? Then why not merge them into one fabulous room? Full Story
   Comment   August 20, 2014
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If you ever plan something like this, either be very thorough from the beginning or pay a designer or architect to help make sure you end up with exactly what you want. We didn't and learnt this lesson the hard way; although we have a nice space all together, it's a bit all over the place and not really coordinated.

Firstly, we knew we want an indoor-outdoor space, so when we chose kitchen tiles we bought some 10sqm extra for the outside. The seller told us the tiles are frost resistant, but couldn't guarantee they won't become very slippery in the rain. The landscapers were really unhappy to use them though, saying that in their experience porcelain tiles outside don't fare too well in the long run and the wouldn't recommended it. We ended up buying slate slabs; at least we had them laid in the same pattern as in the kitchen.

Secondly, we wanted to raise the outside level to be flush with the kitchen floor; when the landscapers told us how many million(!!) cubic metres of gravel/ soil that would require, we gave up.

Lastly, I really liked this square/ angular approach that seem to make the space look larger and based the garden design on it, although our kitchen sofas are curved. Then, we used red in the kitchen and purple outside... etc.

As I said, it doesn't look too bad, but I wish we'd have had a cohesive plan from the beginning and not flounder our way through it.

view from kitchen 2014
Garden May 2014
last Saturday at 8:23AM   
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