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Approach 1: Select the benchtop firstIf you feel overwhelmed by the benchtop and splashback options, try focusing on benchtop selection first. Your benchtop is the workhorse in your kitchen and can constitute a good chunk of your budget, so
pattern options for benchtop materials, whereas splashback options are practically unlimited. Benchtops will also be installed before the splashback, so you definitely need to decide on them first if construction has already begun.Check out our guide to finding your perfect kitchen benchtop hereShown: Soapstone
Soapstone and butcher’s block benchtop; linear glass tile mosaic splashback
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Cement benchtop - synthetic?
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Cement benchtops...The benchtop...grey benchtops...Drop down benchtop
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comfortable, too.BONUS TIP: If you’re worried a natural stone benchtop may be too high maintenance for you, choose an engineered stone or a high-quality laminate instead.Island benchtop: Quartz Surface in ‘White Shimmer’, Caesarstone; cantilevered benchtop: Orion GraniteSee more of this striking contemporary
mirror-finish post that supports the stunning granite benchtop from below – how sneaky! Even so, this show-stopping cantilevered-style bench still deserves a mention in this Ideabook, since it achieves the same airy, space-enhancing look as a suspended benchtop, albeit with some help from a supportive friend
friend.Here, it’s not just the striking benchtop material that makes a dramatic statement – the under-bench lighting and how the granite appears to be embedded in the white Caesarstone island also take the stylish kitchen bench to new heights. The lowered height of the bench makes this casual meals area more
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absolutely love before you’ve even looked at benchtops, I say go for it. Making this selection will absolutely help you narrow down the options for the benchtop. If you go for a statement-making splashback such as the one here, find a quiet, subtler benchtop material so it doesn’t fight with the splashback
Choose colours that are either similar tones to your benchtop for a more consistent look, or colours that are complementary or contrasting if you want to add interest. This light-coloured tiled splashback is a nice contrast to the darker benchtop, however by choosing similar tones, the look is tied together
splashback.Find inspiration with these stunning splashback designsShown: Stone benchtop; mosaic glass tile splashback
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***** two tone scheme - wrap around floor to counter benchtop
idea of splashback same as benchtop but not grey
Love the idea of using the benchtop material as a splash back
Did you know?The ideal kitchen benchtop along a wall is no more than 650mm in depth. And the length of the benchtop needs to be at least 600mm for one cook or more than 1200mm for two cooks working side by side.
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If you want to go bold with both your benchtop and splashback, bring a sample of your chosen benchtop material with you as you shop for splashback tile. You will be able to instantly limit your splashback options to those that work with your benchtop material. If you are struggling with finding
finding the right splashback material to work with your benchtop selection, consider hiring a pro, even if it’s for just a few hours, to help you nail the selections. Or enlist the help of a colour- or design-savvy friend.Shown: Green quartz benchtop (get the look with Silestone); mosaic glass tile splashback
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family and friends.BONUS TIP: When choosing timber to team with your stone benchtop, look for wood that’s free of prominent knots or patterns that may clash with the veining of the natural stone. More: Find Your Ideal Kitchen Benchtop Right Here
subtle sophistication and an air of luxury, you can’t go past a cantilevered bench combo of natural stone and timber. Here, the suspended style of the benchtop showcases the quiet beauty of the travertine top, while the timber cabinetry below softens the look and complements the stone’s neutral tones. But
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it, rather than being positioned lower than benchtop height as many other are. Bar stools are the choice of seating here…
5. On the sideNow here’s a chic cantilevered bench with a twist. Rather than extending a section of the thin, neutral-toned benchtop past the end of the island, Brisbane designer
of both benches also succeed in transforming a basic island bench into a statement-making design feature.Island benchtop: 12mm Solid Surface in ‘Sanded Chestnut’ Staron; cantilevered benchtop: 80mm Quartz Stone with Jaipur undulated finish in ‘Thyme’, Stone Italiana.