Your Kitchen,

Your Style

Lé Grandt Woodcraft offers the full range of kitchen styles, from sleek contemporary lines and gloss finishes to relaxed country styling, at Lé Grandt Woodcraft you’ll find design expertise to create your dream kitchen.

The choice truly is as individual as you are.

Your Kitchen,

Your Style

Lé Grandt Woodcraft offers the full range of kitchen styles, from sleek contemporary lines and gloss finishes to relaxed country styling, at Lé Grandt Woodcraft you’ll find design expertise to create your dream kitchen.

The choice truly is as individual as you are.

Our expert design consultants will guide you through every element of the process and the result will be a kitchen truly Lé Grandt Woodcraft. 

Style

Classic Kitchens

Traditional kitchens are all about sticking to a classic colour palette. Think warm and cool neutrals, like deep cherries and light beige. Opt for cabinets with glaze or antique finishes and keep the backsplash simple in terms of colour, style and materials.

crown mouldings, corbels and furniture-like pieces, Decorative lighting and element of adornment

opt for countertops with lots of movement in the pattern

Vintage Raised Panel or Classic Raised Panel style cabinet doors

Traditional kitchen designs tend to feature more adornment and decorative flourishes, like cabinets with intricate woodworking or panelling, hardware and accessories inspired by their respective historical periods.

In some cases, they may feature distressing or other weathering techniques to inspire a more cosy and inviting design aesthetic. Colour palettes for traditional kitchens tend to feature neutral and lighter colours, as well as historic or period colours that contribute to a warm and welcoming feel.

Style

Farmstyle Kitchens

Farmhouse-style kitchens tend to focus on natural materials, unpretentious design, and cooking spaces that can accommodate large meals. Guests should always feel welcome and comfortable in these spaces, even if their boots are still dirty.

high-quality woods, long sheets of oak, feature-rich detailing, featuring pastoral or farmhouse scenes

Sinks have a special place in farmhouse kitchen design. Classic farmhouse sink, deep, wide basin, porcelain or stainless steel

fabrics and patterns for curtains, Plaid, gingham and toile, featuring pastoral or historical scenes from farming eras

Cabinets, chairs and tables are often constructed from quality hardwood, with cherry, maple, oak and pine particularly common choices.

Pine is an especially popular choice for farmhouse-style kitchens—it’s knotty, natural appearance can make it a perfect fit for the down-home appeal of a farmhouse kitchen.

Ancillary design touches like artwork or antique farm equipment may be used to add visual interest to a farmhouse kitchen design, artfully hung from walls or integrated into the design next to more contemporary cooking implements.

Style

Modern Kitchens

The modern design generally featured flat surfaces, geometric forms, and little or no ornamentation or adornments. Modern kitchen cabinets, for example, are often defined by a sleek, angular and simple design, featuring little or no hardware, flush doors and flat surfaces.

Flat surfaces, geometric forms, laminate, ceramics and molded plastics, frosted glass and sleek laminate or wood veneer

bold and bright colours and unique designs that seem positively science fictional - adding great visual interest

crisp, cool colours that highlight materials and bring a pop of edgy style to a space

In the current era, modern kitchen design is part of a larger trend which embraced mid-century modern design and furniture and introduced bold angles and curves to the design landscape.

These kitchen design often features man-made materials like laminate, ceramics and moulded plastics. That’s not to say that modern kitchens can’t, shouldn’t or don’t feature natural materials—they almost always do, and often to great effect.

Lé Grandt Woodcraft

Makes Making Kitchens Better

1000+ clients rely on Lé Grandt Woodcraft to create great kitchens. Why?

It’s built beautifully well. We aim to deliver a daily smile without fail.

Style

Classic Kitchens

Traditional kitchens are all about sticking to a classic colour palette. Think warm and cool neutrals, like deep cherries and light beige. Opt for cabinets with glaze or antique finishes and keep the backsplash simple in terms of colour, style and materials .

crown mouldings, corbels and furniture-like pieces, Decorative lighting and element of adornment

opt for countertops with lots of movement in the pattern

Vintage Raised Panel or Classic Raised Panel style cabinet doors

Traditional kitchen designs tend to feature more adornment and decorative flourishes, like cabinets with intricate woodworking or panelling, hardware and accessories inspired by their respective historical periods.

In some cases, they may feature distressing or other weathering techniques to inspire a more cosy and inviting design aesthetic. Colour palettes for traditional kitchens tend to feature neutral and lighter colours, as well as historic or period colours that contribute to a warm and welcoming feel.

Style

Farmstyle Kitchens

Farmhouse-style kitchens tend to focus on natural materials, unpretentious design, and cooking spaces that can accommodate large meals. Guests should always feel welcome and comfortable in these spaces, even if their boots are still dirty.

high-quality woods, long sheets of oak, feature-rich detailing, featuring pastoral or farmhouse scenes

Sinks have a special place in farmhouse kitchen design. Classic farmhouse sink, deep, wide basin, porcelain or stainless steel

fabrics and patterns for curtains, Plaid, gingham and toile, featuring pastoral or historical scenes from farming eras

Cabinets, chairs and tables are often constructed from quality hardwood, with cherry, maple, oak and pine particularly common choices.

Pine is an especially popular choice for farmhouse-style kitchens—it’s knotty, natural appearance can make it a perfect fit for the down-home appeal of a farmhouse kitchen.

Ancillary design touches like artwork or antique farm equipment may be used to add visual interest to a farmhouse kitchen design, artfully hung from walls or integrated into the design next to more contemporary cooking implements.

Style

Modern Kitchens

The modern design generally featured flat surfaces, geometric forms, and little or no ornamentation or adornments. Modern kitchen cabinets, for example, are often defined by a sleek, angular and simple design, featuring little or no hardware, flush doors and flat surfaces.

Flat surfaces, geometric forms, laminate, ceramics and molded plastics, frosted glass and sleek laminate or wood veneer

bold and bright colours and unique designs that seem positively science fictional - adding great visual interest

crisp, cool colours that highlight materials and bring a pop of edgy style to a space

In the current era, modern kitchen design is part of a larger trend which embraced mid-century modern design and furniture and introduced bold angles and curves to the design landscape.

These kitchen designs often feature man-made materials like laminate, ceramics and moulded plastics. That’s not to say that modern kitchens can’t, shouldn’t or don’t feature natural materials—they almost always do, and often to great effect.

Lé Grandt Woodcraft

Making Kitchens Better

1000+ clients have relied on Lé Grandt Woodcraft to create great kitchens. Why? It’s built beautifully well. We aim to deliver a daily smile without fail.

It's About You

Lé Grandt Woodcraft is here to provide you with more information, answer any questions you may have and supply you with delightful ideas for your woodcrafting needs.

Factory Location

Corner of Johan Le Roux & Morris Street
Pilkington Industrial Park
Unit 20
Meyerton
1961

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It's About You

Lé Grandt Woodcraft is here to provide you with more information, answer any questions you may have and supply you with delightful ideas for your woodcrafting needs.

Factory Location

Corner of Johan Le Roux & Morris Street
Pilkington Industrial Park
Unit 20
Meyerton
1961

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