Kitchen with Mirror Splashback Design Ideas
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Sea Breeze Homes
The clever use of a mirrored splashback in this area gives the illusion of more space and helps bring extra lighting into the kitchen. Photography by Asher King
In the case of the Ivy Lane residence, the al fresco lifestyle defines the design, with a sun-drenched private courtyard and swimming pool demanding regular outdoor entertainment. By turning its back to the street and welcoming northern views, this courtyard-centred home invites guests to experience an exciting new version of its physical location. A social lifestyle is also reflected through the interior living spaces, led by the sunken lounge, complete with polished concrete finishes and custom-designed seating. The kitchen, additional living areas and bedroom wings then open onto the central courtyard space, completing a sanctuary of sheltered, social living.
Lucas Muro Photography
Light filled kitchen area features a mirrored splash back that gives an impression of depth and space whilst the push in doors and a concealed range-hood allow for modern, clean lines that flow throughout.
Building Designers Association of Australia
Located on a heritage-lined street in Melbourne’s Williamstown, a young family were seeking a contemporary home with ample room to grow. Benni Trajcevski of Achieve Design Group answered their call, creating the epitome of modern living concealed behind a modest façade. To achieve the long wish list including large indoor and outdoor gathering spaces to entertain family and friends, separate adult and children living and sleeping zones, and a pool suitable for year-round use, Benni has maximised every inch of the block. Seamless transitional spaces link inside with out. This flow between the indoors and outdoors is a key feature of the home, achieved through generous open floor planning and glazing. For example, large hidden sliding doors allow the pool to be closed-off for use in winter; acrylic glass panels link the pool with the sunken lounge, which includes a fire pit for year-round comfort. The inclusion of a courtyard and voids throughout create separate useable zones while maintaining the feeling of spaciousness. Orientated to the north and surrounded with floor to ceiling windows to optimise natural light, the courtyard divides the formal lounge area with the informal living area, while the first floor is divided into four separate wings for privacy and functionality. The interiors are detailed with quality materials and finishes to achieve a sleek and sophisticated aesthetic. Contrasting materials in muted tones, including tiles, steel and lightweight timbers are featured throughout. Corian and a moss green wall are unexpected features.
Photography by Luc Remond
Kitchen opening through to butlers pantry. Recycled timber benchtop to island, stainless steel bench to centre sink area and black laminate bench to rear. Photo: Lara Masselos Partial house Staging: Baxter Macintosh
GN Williams Custom Homes
A design over many floor levels with soaring two-storey stucco feature wall on entry and uninterrupted aspect from the living area through stacker doors to al fresco dining. Photo Credits: Phil Winterton
Emily Bartlett Photography
Austin Maynard Architects