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Example of a trendy kitchen design in Brisbane

Red is the new blackContemporary Kitchen, Brisbane

Unique translucent Red glass doors with aluminium edge. Bench tops 20mm Essastone ‘Basmati’ Quartz.
Blum luxury drawers with orgaline trays and inserts.
Includes backlit display cabinet with wine rack, 2 pak sink modesty box in Dulux ‘Mud Pack’, front feature low box in Laminex ‘Tribal Macassar’. Pantry with Blum inner Tandembox drawers with glass shelves above.

Example of a trendy kitchen design in Brisbane —  Houzz
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bad blonde designs wrote:Dec 6, 2014
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    Ellsworth Design Build
    Ikea is not a custom cabinet manufacturer. If they happen to have panels the correct dimension to fit your fridge, you will have to have a cabinet maker build the mounts for the back. Most applied panels are two layers, the decorative part with a second layer of plywood behind routed to fit the mounting tracks on the door.
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    bad blonde designs
    I was looking online at the Bosch panel instructions...I think I could grab some Ikea panels and have them fitted as the top layer...thanks so much for taking the time to assist..!
kbraas wrote:Dec 4, 2014
  • Heidi Kamrath
    These look like the LEM piston stools. I know them from DWR where they are ~$750; but you can find knock-offs at just over $100.
  • revlor

    Where do you find the knock-offs? I just love them.

sgwhalen wrote:Dec 3, 2014
  • Heidi Kamrath
    These look like the LEM piston stools. I know them from DWR where they are ~$750; but you can find knock-offs at just over $100.

What Houzz contributors are saying:

natashasaroca
Natasha Saroca added this to Trend Watch: 13 Kitchen Looks Expected to Be Big in 2015Nov 19, 2014

11. Tribal-inspired tones. Not a fan of all-white kitchens or monochromatic color schemes? Then you’re in luck, because vibrant, attention-grabbing hues are making a comeback in the kitchen. “Color tones will likely shift to echo the diversity of nature, with inspiration drawn from the rich, bold Moroccan and Native American palette,” predicts Hardcastle. “Vibrant yet dusty shades of mustard yellows, deep scarlet, royal blues and dirty pink hues may be used in place of primary colors. We’ll still see a mix of matte and gloss finishes to inject energy in the kitchen hub.”

What Houzzers are commenting on:

pamelann67
pamelann67 added this to pamelann67's IdeasSep 15, 2017

love color and shine basement?

skylightssolar20
Solar Skylights added this to Design InspirationDec 7, 2016

Tribal-inspired tones - Not a fan of all-white kitchens or monochrome schemes? Then you’re in luck, because vibrant, attention-grabbing hues are making a comeback in the kitchen. “Colour tones will likely shift to echo the diversity of nature, with inspiration drawn from the rich, bold Moroccan and Native American palette,” predicts Hardcastle

kbrown9841
kbrown9841 added this to kbrown9841's ideasOct 11, 2016

Example of contemporary interior using glossy finishes

lauraasimp
L Simp added this to lauraasimp's ideasJun 24, 2016

Kind of like red instead of paint

aedogun35
Sam Edogun added this to Samuel Edogun Elements of DesignMar 29, 2016

Monochromatic: I feel ready to cook. I like the red on the cabinets. I don't like that microwave isn't red as well.

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