Kitchen Designs by Klever Kitchens

Kitchen Designs by Klever Kitchens

Last Updated: 02 Jun 2015
Localista Team

The highly skilled team at Klever Kitchens proves anything is possible when hard work, a flair for design and eye for detail are brought to the table.

It's a difficult enough job to design a kitchen in a new house – to take a cramped, rundown kitchen in an existing home and turn it into an attractive and exciting hub requires a designer of no small talent.

Specialising in kitchen renovations, Klever Kitchens' aim is to offer the latest
in kitchen design and innovations, working closely with clients to deliver the kitchen or entertaining area of their dreams.

Owner and head designer Sergio Alvarez achieves this by listening carefully to his client's needs, while providing expert advice and the benefit of 10 years of
industry knowledge. With a background cooking for a large family, Sergio recognises that a kitchen should not only look beautiful but also have great flow, and be pleasure to cook and entertain in.

Established in 2012, the Osborne Park business goes to great lengths for all clients, placing outstanding five-star service and customer satisfaction at the fore.

The professional team will be there every step of the way to help you select from an impressive array of stone tops and kitchen appliances, as well as an extensive range of stone, glass or tiled splashbacks, lighting ideas, and cabinets in a variety of styles, colours and fittings.

When the design has been created, the project will be managed professionally from beginning to end, and constructed by Klever Kitchens' trusted team of tradesmen.

Take the stress out of your next renovation and enlist the help of the gifted design team at Klever Kitchens - you won't be disappointed.


It's hard to believe this charming and modern Federation-style kitchen was once a dark and dated space, closed off from the rest of the home.

Once again going above and beyond to exceed his client's expectations, Klever Kitchens' owner Sergio transformed this home's kitchen into a spectacular Hamptons-style design, cleverly divided into four working areas that flow together beautifully.

The brief was to create a kitchen that combined the timeless glamour of Hamptons and Federation-style homes with a modern edge.

It also set out to make use of the impressive 12-foot ceiling height, and elements of symmetry in the room. On Sergio's second visit to this early 20th century home, he shared his vision with the clients to remove the wall that separated the small kitchen from the dining room, and turn it into one large open-plan area, filled with natural light.

When the wall had been removed, Sergio and the clients sat together in awe of the newly created space, and knew even then they were onto something special.

The brief was then achieved by retaining the stunning architectural cornices, and using classic chessboard black-and-white tiles. Crown mouldings were added to the overhead cabinets, a butler-style sink employed, and timber scrolls applied on the rangehood cabinet and existing fireplace.

A modern twist came about with the use of a 40mm square-edge profile on the Caesarstone Calacatta Nuvo benchtops, matching stone splashbacks, modern industrial pendant lights above, and the latest glass light switches and power outlets. To incorporate the Hamptons theme, Sergio selected antique white shaker doors, drawers and panels, fitted with satin chrome knobs and shell handles.

The cooking area also provides visual delight, with an Italian-designed Milan 900 freestanding oven, its undermount rangehood hidden in the overhead cabinet.

Klever Kitchens also provided the clients with a wealth of storage space, even integrating a pull-out corner unit and pantry to make the most of every nook
and cranny. Featuring a bar, kitchen, study recess and dining area all in one, this carefully designed kitchen is both stunning and practical, allowing multiple people to work in the area at once.


Klever Kitchens
61 McDonald Street, Osborne Park
Phone (08) 6162 6535

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