Kitchen with Marble Benchtops Design Ideas
Ardent Architects Pty Ltd
CTP Cheyne Toomey
Kate Mountstephens Architecture+Heritage
The kitchen combines oak joinery with blue-green painted cabinet fronts and marble bench tops
Warc Studio Architects
Kitchen looking across to sliding door panels
Lindon Homes Pty Ltd
Traditional Hamptons Style Kitchen
McDonald Jones Homes
The Gourmet Kitchen will impress with Penny Round Mother of Pearl tiles for the splashback, Caesarstone White Attica benchtops and Laminex Burnished Wood cupboards to really bring home that contemporary styling.
Photography: Damian Bennett Styling: Jack Milenkovic
The Kitchen Hive
The project was the result of a highly collaborative design process between the client and architect. This collaboration led to a design outcome which prioritised light, expanding volumes and increasing connectivity both within the home and out to the garden. Within the complex original plan, rational solutions were found to make sense of late twentieth century extensions and underutilised spaces. Compartmentalised spaces have been reprogrammed to allow for generous open plan living. A series of internal voids were used to promote social connection across and between floors, while introducing new light into the depths of the home.
Kitchen transformation in our Perrie Designs #Renointhecove project in Sydney's Middle Cove. Black satin polyurethane cabinets, Super White Dolomite Splashback and Island with Shadowline edging, Navurban oakwood feature niches and oak Herringbone floors.
C. Kairouz Architects
Light, contemporary kitchen design with open shelving, ample light, stainless steel appliances, marble splashback and benchtop, and a large butlers pantry.
Sky Architect Studio
we created a practical, L-shaped kitchen layout with an island bench integrated into the “golden triangle” that reduces steps between sink, stovetop and refrigerator for efficient use of space and ergonomics. Instead of a splashback, windows are slotted in between the kitchen benchtop and overhead cupboards to allow natural light to enter the generous kitchen space. Overhead cupboards have been stretched to ceiling height to maximise storage space. Timber screening was installed on the kitchen ceiling and wrapped down to form a bookshelf in the living area, then linked to the timber flooring. This creates a continuous flow and draws attention from the living area to establish an ambience of natural warmth, creating a minimalist and elegant kitchen. The island benchtop is covered with extra large format porcelain tiles in a 'Calacatta' profile which are have the look of marble but are scratch and stain resistant. The 'crisp white' finish applied on the overhead cupboards blends well into the 'natural oak' look over the lower cupboards to balance the neutral timber floor colour.
Bawtree Design | Architecture + Interiors
Galley kitchen with servery window