Castlecrag House, Sydney, Australia contemporary-kitchen
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Castlecrag House, Sydney, Australia

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Inspiration for a mid-sized contemporary galley slate floor eat-in kitchen remodel in Sydney with an undermount sink, flat-panel cabinets, quartz countertops, stainless steel appliances and an island — Houzz

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rpmbaja wrote:
Love the cabinets please tell me the color and manufacturer! - I've been looking for just the right color grain, this is it! thanks!
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RAAarchitects (formerly Rudolfsson Alliker)

The cabinets on the left are "Orlando" Tenessee Walnut" and the right are "Advance frosty white". They are from Leicht Kitchens.


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Hi, would love to know the material of the white cabinets (vinyl wrap, 2pac ect...)
lovedesign2 wrote:
What kind of hood/ventilation system did you use above the cooktop?
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Mari wrote:
what kind of floor is that? what color? Thanks!
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Mais Aburub
Wat color is the floor plz
newrenovator wrote:
minimalist ceiling hvac grille ... mfr and/or source please? - beautiful!
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mumtomitso wrote:
Hi can I ask the clearance between wall and island? the island width?
brandidawn007 wrote:
Countertop? - Love this kitchen! What is the countertop made of and color?
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Ty Towriss wrote:
Trying to find ceiling vent grills like this one. Who makes it? Thanks. - Trying to find ceiling vent grills like this one. No luck. Can you advise who makes these? Thanks.

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Eric Reinholdt, Architect added this to What to Consider With an Extra-Long Kitchen Island
Just because they’re massive doesn’t mean long islands have to dominate a space. The focal point in this kitchen is the natural wood facing on the wall of cabinetry at the rear. In a walled kitchen such as this, a long island can be an obvious complementary design device. The cooking and storage wall requires counter space nearby, and the long island fits the bill with a horizontal surface for every inch of wall cabinet. Here again, note the cooking and cleanup zones.

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