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If your kitchen is a bit dated and the thought of installing a brand new kitchen gives you nightmares – then maybe a kitchen ‘facelift’ is just what you need! A kitchen facelift can save thousands of dollars compared to an entirely new kitchen and results in a kitchen with new benchtops, door fronts and drawer fronts.

Dream Doors Kitchens was founded 20 years ago in the UK as a simple and cost-effective way of refurbishing kitchens by merely re-facing all the cabinets with high-quality doors and drawer fronts. From those early beginnings, the business model has evolved into a business that offers all that and more including complete new kitchens, benchtops, splashbacks and state of the art kitchen storage solutions in Australia, NZ, USA and the UK – including right here in Newcastle!

The technology and systems utilised by Dream Doors Kitchens reduce the labour content so dramatically that a kitchen facelift (including benchtops and converting existing cabinets to 'soft-close') often costs less than half the cost of a new kitchen – saving you thousands.

“Most often, it is possible to renovate a kitchen, adding modern surfaces, doors and drawer fronts to produce a fabulous new kitchen, without needlessly discarding items such as the units, plumbing, gas and electric connections, thereby saving thousands compared to redesigning and installing everything from scratch,” says Simone Rose, who, together with her husband Dean own and operate the Newcastle franchise.

“You won’t suffer the stress, mess or upheaval that comes with a new kitchen and you can choose from a huge range of latest door styles and colours. Not only that but all doors and cabinets are made to measure by Australian manufacturers and come with a ten-year guarantee, giving you complete peace of mind.”

For more information or a measure and quote, contact Dream Doors Kitchens on 0428 501 419 or visit

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