Huge trendy open concept kitchen photo in Sydney with flat-panel cabinets, white cabinets, marble countertops, an island, white backsplash and paneled appliances — Houzz
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Rebecca Naughtin Architect added this to
5. Lift Up the LocationBy installing high windows, you not only maintain privacy, but you also allow light into a space. Here high windows over the kitchen are louvered in some sections to allow ventilation as required.
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Play With MetalYou can follow the trends — just don’t overdo it. I’m seeing a lot of gold and copper in kitchen design at the moment, and it’s spreading throughout the home. A neutral backdrop is the perfect stage on which these metallics can perform. It is important to use metallics only as accents, as they can quickly overwhelm a room, making it feel more like a nightclub than a home. Look to lighting, fixtures, handles, even utensils for metallic accents that won’t overpower the space and that you won’t get tired of.
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Attractive opposites. Marble has seen a resurgence in popularity in the kitchen. Its bold veining adds drama to backsplashes, islands and other surfaces, and each slab of natural marble varies in color and pattern, However, that beauty comes at a price. Therefore, dedicating a sizable chunk of work surface to another material, such as wood or laminate, can save you a bundle and still retain that classic look.