Queenslander RenovationTransitional Kitchen, Townsville

A simple shaker profile was used to add personality to a kitchen that combines the character of the old home, and the modern living of the new. Two toned cabinetry and benchtops highlight the subway tile splashback.

Kitchen - large transitional concrete floor kitchen idea in Townsville with a farmhouse sink, shaker cabinets, white cabinets, granite countertops, stainless steel appliances, an island, white backsplash and subway tile backsplash —  Houzz
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rebekah32 wrote:Feb 20, 2017
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    Ethos Interiors

    All the cabinetry in this kitchen is 2pac painted, rather than timber. The island is Dulux Black.

a_dennett wrote:Oct 29, 2016
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    Ethos Interiors
    I generally use a charcoal grout rather than black. A lighter grey can also highlight the pattern without it being too graphic.

What Houzz contributors are saying:

yanicsimard
Toronto Interior Design Group | Yanic Simard added this to The Pros and Cons of Upper Kitchen Cabinets and Open ShelvesSep 30, 2016

High uppers. The standard placement for upper cabinets has long been 18 inches above the counter. Modern installations now often hang 21 to 24 inches above, or even much higher, to give the work surface below more of an open feel. This reduces the amount of cabinet space within easy reach but still allows for plenty of storage for less commonly used items.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

ciara_jane
Ciara Jane added this to Ciara Jane's Ideas19 hours ago

Subway tiles and coloured Island

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John Provinsal added this to My ideasJun 29, 2019

Open and clean lines without the shadow under the cabinets

teaniwa_tutara
Te Aniwa Tutara added this to What’s my style??Jun 23, 2019

More dreadful subway tiles again

chestil
Irene added this to KitchensJun 17, 2019

High uppers. The standard placement for upper cabinets has long been 18 inches above the counter. Modern installations now often hang 21 to 24 inches above, or even much higher, to give the work surface below more of an open feel. This reduces the amount of cabinet space within easy reach but still allows for plenty of storage for less commonly used items.

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