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Inspiration for a contemporary u-shaped kitchen remodel in Melbourne with an undermount sink, flat-panel cabinets, black cabinets, gray backsplash, mosaic tile backsplash and a peninsula

Northcote home - Interiors photographyContemporary Kitchen, Melbourne

Suzi Appel Photography

Inspiration for a contemporary u-shaped kitchen remodel in Melbourne with an undermount sink, flat-panel cabinets, black cabinets, gray backsplash, mosaic tile backsplash and a peninsula —  Houzz
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vwinslow1 wrote:Aug 6, 2017
  • vwinslow1

    Thank you

  • Donna Hurst

    Gorgeous. Looks like what cabs on the bottom. Most of the time I see the reverse. Wonder what made them go this route? I really like this and my kitchen paint job may just make a shift. :)

Sarah Scott wrote:Aug 6, 2017
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    Please ask Von Haus Design Studio - FIND A PRO as Fiona designed this kitchen

    All the best

  • Kelly

    Hi, Do you know the diameter of the pendants? 8"?

Kathy Glynn wrote:May 10, 2017
  • Leslie Klukas

    It's Muse Blend 1 5/8 Hexagon


    From: Oceanside/glasstile

What Houzz contributors are saying:

Mitchell Parker added this to Interior Design Trends Expected to Take Hold in 2018Sep 29, 2017

13. Hidden range hoods. A statement range hood can make an ideal focal point in a kitchen. But in more compact spaces, the last thing you may want is another bulky appliance. Instead, consider hiding a hood behind some elegant cabinetry, as was done in this Australian kitchen. Coupled with under-cabinet outlets, the hidden appliance allows the small amount of backsplash to appear large, streamlined and elegant.See more on hidden range hoods

Gabrielle Chariton added this to Tile Trends: Styles You Need to KnowAug 14, 2017

Thanks to the incredible diversity of products on the market today, decorating with tiles is a much freer exercise than it was 10 to 20 years ago. “There are so many different looks you can bring through with tiles, and everyone’s able to introduce a little bit of their personality to their homes, which is fun,” Gilding says. Interestingly, color seems to be taking a back seat — with black, gray and white dominating the palette — while pattern and texture take center stage.

Mitchell Parker added this to 10 Top Design Ideas From This Week That You’ve Got to SeeAug 3, 2017

9. Hidden range hood. Sometimes the best design features are those you can’t see. In this piece, designer and Houzz Australia contributor Anne Ellard explores a growing trend of range hoods integrated into kitchen cabinetry and concealed in other ways. Among other things, this helps focus attention on design elements. See more ideas for hidden range hoods

Anne Ellard Design added this to Disappearing Range Hoods: A New Trend?Jul 18, 2017

Why Hide It?A concealed or built-in range hood is integrated into the kitchen and out of sight. Hiding a hood, or any appliance for that matter, helps focus the attention on the kitchen cabinetry and other design elements, rather than on the appliance itself. Concealed hoods are especially beneficial in a small kitchen, which can get visually cluttered when lots of appliances are out in the open.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

Kristy Walmsley added this to Kristy's ideasMay 12, 2019

Nice colours, nice colour of light shades.

nimble am added this to Smith St - KitchensMay 1, 2019

Like except for lights - copper ???

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