Large Kitchen with White Splashback Design Ideas
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Sheri Haby Architects
Littlewood St House is the refurbishment of an existing Californian Bungalow in Hampton. A key factor of the brief was the inclusion of a prominent island bench to become the heart of the house, connecting to the dining area and north facing backyard beyond. The project draws on its beachside location with a refined but uncomplicated palette. The island bench is robust but softened by timber detailing. Construction by Bolger Developments Photo by Lisbeth Grosmann
Hannah Gilbert photographer
Interior designer - Shalini George Interiors - Traralgon
Kyal and Kara // Long Jetty Reno
David Campbell Building Pty Ltd
John Paul URIZAR
Marlow & Finch
A beautiful project we did in Croydon with some translucent blinds and sheer curtains. The white blind with black bottom bar went really well with their industrial styled home.
Bella Vie Interiors
Urban Abode Photography
Kitchen Shop QLD
Doors: Shaker/hampton style routed white satin Tops: Opus White Quartzite Hardware: Blum softclose Sink: Oliveri undermounted single bowl x 2 Tap: Black matt gooseneck Splashback: white scallop tiles real property photography
Sally Carson Interiors
Dan Kitchens Australia
A grand room addition to a Federation era home in Sydney. The detailed kitchen from Dan Kitchens sits prominently within this space and is truly a delight to experience. Photos: Paul Worsley @ Live By The Sea
Digital Photography Inhouse
Photographer: Gerard Warrener, DPI Photography for Atkinson Pontifex, Peter Maddison, Great Dane Furniture. Construction: Atkinson Pontifex Design: Peter Maddison Styling: Great Dane
McDonald Jones Homes
a classic single storey 4 Bedroom home which boasts a Children’s Activity, Study Nook and Home Theatre. The San Marino display home is the perfect combination of style, luxury and practicality, a timeless design perfect to grown with you as it boasts many features that are desired by modern families. “The San Marino simply offers so much for families to love! Featuring a beautiful Hamptons styling and really making the most of the amazing location with country views throughout each space of this open plan design that simply draws the outside in.” Says Sue Postle the local Building and Design Consultant. Perhaps the most outstanding feature of the San Marino is the central living hub, complete with striking gourmet Kitchen and seamless combination of both internal and external living and entertaining spaces. The added bonus of a private Home Theatre, four spacious bedrooms, two inviting Bathrooms, and a Children’s Activity space adds to the charm of this striking design.
Studio Black Interiors
The interior design aesthetic for this kitchen was sleek and modern. A strong palette of black, charcoal and white. Sleek concrete Caesarstone bench tops, recycled timber island bar back. VJ cladding and a porcelain sheet splash back. Black sink and tap wear. Built by Robert Paragalli, R.E.P Building. Joinery by Impact Joinery. Wall cladding by Joe Whitfield. Photography by Hcreations.
Dining. Lounge room. Alfresco. Kitchen (Image left to right)
Photographer: Mitchell Fong
Custom designed house renovation in Geelong West.
Vantage Homes QLD
A standout feature of this design is the kitchen layout, an entertainer’s delight for a family home. The central island bench provides a seamless flow from kitchen to dining, encouraging family and friends to come together and mingle with the chef. Situated right in the heart of the home and offers a window splash back to let the outdoors in, a lot of bench space and a generous walk in pantry.
Jane Gorman Decorators & Developers
“I worked with my client in providing zoned living and entertaining areas of the highest standards. As a result, my client had an emphasis on creating a family environment in which they could entertain friends and family for any occasion. I immediately noticed the properties classic period façade when I met with my client at their property. The layout was very open which allowed me and my client to experiment with different colours and fabrics. By having a large expansive space we could use accent colours more strongly as they blended into the room easier than in a confined space. The use of the grey and white colour palette allowed for the space to remain bright and fresh. This was important as it made the space still feel expansive and welcoming” – Interior Designer Jane Gorman.