Dreaming of a concrete floor in your home but have no idea where to start? Here at Kalka we have collated some basic tips to get you started on your concrete journey because let's face it - the options are quite endless!Read More
So what is it? Well... Of course it is the rimless toilet! This latest innovative design is an absolute MUST HAVE in any new home. That’s right, out with the ol’ dunny and in with the Mr Roca - the creator of the original rimless toilet design!Read More
Move aside natural and reconstituted stone – porcelain benchtops have arrived.
Porcelain benchtops are growing in popularity over Australia, but what are they and how are they different from more conventional materials?Read More
A custom home doesn’t just mean custom external and internal design. The inner workings of the home can be fine tuned, too, providing full control of the layout and workings of your perfect house.
Despite Australia experiencing some of the hottest summer temperatures anywhere in the world, University of Sydney researchers have found that housing constructed to cope. According to one researcher, homes trap heat “like a plastic bag”, and new building codes are in dire need of provisions to encourage better heat management.Read More
It's not often that display homes conjure up images of elegance and luxury but our new Clayfield display home has changed that for the better.
Designed by our in-house custom design studio, the Clayfield display is an impressive example of contemporary design and material expression.Read More
With such a large price gap, a common question asked when choosing a cooktop is, what’s the difference between electric and induction?
Electric and induction cooktops are a smart and timeless addition to a kitchen. With modern digital features, both cooktops are easy to use and offer accuracy in temperatures.Read More
Narrow doorways, high counters, and steep stairs are common hurdles impossible to navigate for people with limited mobility. Modifying your home to improve accessibility can seem like a big job, but it’s easy once you know where to start.
Roughly one in every five Queenslanders has a disability, government statistics reveal. If you or a family member has a disability, it’s important your home is built to accommodate your needs. Narrow doorways, high counters, and steep stairs are common hurdles impossible to navigate for people with limited mobility. Modifying your home to improve accessibility can seem like a big job, but it’s easy once you know where to start. Here’s how you can make your home safer and easier to access for people with limited mobility.Read More