Toorak Residence

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Deb X added this to Kitchen2 January 2021

Mirrored kickboards to reflect floor

Gaye Goldsmith added this to Gaye's ideas20 November 2020

I love the lay out to this kitchen

shangibbo added this to Kitchen5 October 2020

I like the look and layout of this kitchen. Simple and elegant.

Lee Gunn added this to kitchens12 September 2020

like the corner shelves and the back splash

kevinandruthw added this to Kitchen6 May 2020

For this reason, it often makes sense on an island deeper than 60 centimetres to construct it out of shallower cabinets placed back to back. For example, a 105-centimetre-deep island is often made out of a row of 60-centimetre-deep cabinets on the working side and 35-centimetre-deep cabinets (the depth of standard upper wall-hung cabinets) on the back side, plus a few centimetres of benchtop overhang. With this arrangement, the cabinets on the working side of the island can be used to hold larger and more frequently used items such as pots and pans. The back side can be used to store smaller items, often pieces used less frequently or crockery that’s not used in cooking, such as glassware.Typical base cabinets sitting against the wall are 60 centimetres deep. When cabinets are deeper than this, the back becomes very hard to reach and items become inconvenient to access.

Jac added this to Kitchen29 April 2020

Like splashback. Sink. Pendant lights.

hmede7 added this to hmede7's ideas22 February 2020

Floor is very busy with multi colour timber teamed with short length herringbone pattern