A modern take on traditional

The colour theme was inspired by wedgewood plates however we did not want an overpowering, heavily patterned result so simplicity was the approach.
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The client had originally requested a patterned tile for the splash back but we tempered that by using a smaller plain handmade style tile. Every couple of tiles a smaller patterned tile was cut in that tied in with the blue and white scheme. A traditional style ceramic double sink was installed that supported the traditional look. The final touch was a feature wall in wedgewo...More
“all drawers” — buffybuyse
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The addition of two display cabinets with colonial glazing bars for an eclectic mix of teapots and paneled doors created one aspect of the impact.Designer Royston Wilson Design. Ben Wrigley Photohub
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Just love the solid timber benchtop and granite that had a white undertone to its patterning was chosen. They are two appilance cupboards this one house's the toaster kettle and jams/spreads. Ben Wrigley Photohub
“dont mind timber bench look” — toni62
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The layout was kept relatively straight forward with an L shape around the walls and an island bench. The other was through the addition of a freestanding welsh dresser that housed the plate collection. An old traditional pine style table and chairs completed the theme. This combination of fixed and freestanding furniture in the kitchen design created an ambience that is hard ...More
“Blue walls” — docsuz
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