Kitchen with Solid Surface Benchtops Design Ideas
Minosa | Design Life Better
Large kitchens with a large family that all get involved with cooking on regular occasions means there needs to be a large focus on zones, active vs passive over the very old and traditional thinking of the working triangle. By separating the zones and providing large preparation space between appliances the homes regular cooks could do so without interference or hindrance.
Smith & Sons Renovations & Extensions Australia
A bright and vibrant colour scheme with the perfect amount of contrast and fun! The subway tiles, pendant lights and rustic wood floors gives this space a modern farmhouse feel. The subway tiles, pendant lights and rustic wood floors gives this space a modern farmhouse feel. Designed simply this corner kitchen design offers a flow-on affect through to dining and living spaces.
Balnei & Colina
The new kitchen design balanced both form and function. Push to open doors finger pull mechanisms contribute to the contemporary and minimalist style our client wanted. The cabinetry design symmetry allowing the focal point - an eye catching window splashback - to take centre stage. Wash and preparation zones were allocated to the rear of the kitchen freeing up the grand island bench for casual family dining, entertaining and everyday activities. Photography: Urban Angles
Baker Drofenik Architects Pty Ltd
Fun blue kitchen full of life, plywood calms the blue down to balance the space
Kirsten Johnstone Architecture
Open plan Kitchen and Dining area with views to Living area and 3 courtyards (2 internal courtyards and 1 rear courtyard). Black glass mirror splashback with Queensland Walnut timber veneer feature joinery.
Inarc Interior Design
The previous kitchen was completely demolished and the space was reconfigured. The door to the right is new and now contains a laundry/scullery room. Previous access to the laundry room was via the left door.
Helen Baumann Design
Photos by Live by the Sea Photography
Jess O'Shea Designs
A Modern kitchen featuring design elements taken from the facade of the home. Polytec Classic white doors were combined with Dekton Enzo benchtops and Polytec Notaio Walnut shelving
What was once a confused mixture of enclosed rooms, has been logically transformed into a series of well proportioned spaces, which seamlessly flow between formal, informal, living, private and outdoor activities. Opening up and connecting these living spaces, and increasing access to natural light has permitted the use of a dark colour palette. The finishes combine natural Australian hardwoods with synthetic materials, such as Dekton porcelain and Italian vitrified floor tiles
Space Craft Joinery