Aberfeldie ProjectVictorian Kitchen, Melbourne

This is an example of a large traditional galley separate kitchen in Melbourne with an undermount sink, raised-panel cabinets, white cabinets, marble benchtops, white splashback, ceramic splashback, stainless steel appliances, with island and dark hardwood floors. —  Houzz
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victoriaharding wrote:13September,2014
  • Kate Atkinson

    Hi can you please tell me what colour the walls are painted please ?


  • Jill Dexter Clark

    Hi it looks like in the photo there is a gas hobb and is it an induction hobb beside? Thanks Jill

Caroline wrote:20September,2014
  • salgerche
    Gorgeous kitchen. What shade of white are the cabinets? Thank you.
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    Destination Living
    Hi salgerche
    Thanks for the question, the cabinets are a vinyl wrap in ‘Classic White’ Matt finish.
    Regards DL
stgeorgesroad wrote:20June,2015
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    Destination Living

    Hi stgeorgesroad

    The cabinets are all custom made in Polytec vinyl wrap in ‘Classic White’ Matt finish. the handles are Hettich terranda handle 9 113 327 & Hetttich Ottawa knob 9 113 232- stainless steel look, we either use blum or hettich soft close fittings inside the doors

    Thanks DL

  • Sandy Whelan

    Could you please advise benchtop colour and make

Bianca Captia wrote:13April,2015
raepatto wrote:20January,2015
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    Destination Living
    Hi raepatto,

    The benchtops are Caesarstone Calacatta Nuvo 5131 & the cupboards are Polytec vinyl wrap in ‘Classic White’ Matt finish.

    Thanks DL
  • Kate Atkinson

    HI can you tell me vinyl wrapping is different to 2 pack isn't it ? If I chose 2 pack in classic white would it be very close in colour ? or would it be a cream.

salgerche wrote:21October,2014
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    Destination Living
    Hi salgerche,
    The cupboards are Polytec vinyl wrap in ‘Classic White’ Matt finish.

    Thanks DL
  • rundle0909

    What profile did you use from the Polytec range?

    Thank you

arnsacc wrote:6September,2015
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    Destination Living

    Hi

    Sorry for the late reply,

    The flooring is Supplier: WOODCUT Timber Flooring (Richmond Melbourne)
    Product: WOODCUT Collection
    Wood Species: European Oak
    Colour: Georgia
    Size: 220mm wide x 16mm x 2400mm random lengths

    Thanks DL

annettelcox wrote:19August,2015
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    Destination Living

    Hi

    The handles are Hettich terranda handle 9 113 327
    & Hetttich Ottawa knob 9 113 232- stainless steel look, we either
    use blum or hettich soft close fittings inside the doors

    Thanks

annettelcox wrote:19August,2015
  • PRO
    Destination Living

    Hi

    The handles are Hettich terranda handle 9 113 327
    & Hetttich Ottawa knob 9 113 232- stainless steel look, we either
    use blum or hettich soft close fittings inside the doors, Hettitch will be able to provide you with stockists closest to you

    Thanks

bm229 wrote:26May,2015
kikisabode wrote:19April,2015
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    Destination Living
    Hi
    The kitchen mixer is a SWEDIA prima steel kitchen sink Dual Flow
    Thanks DL
Michael wrote:7April,2015
luckydau wrote:12February,2015
  • PRO
    Destination Living
    Hi luckydaurora
    The ceilings are 2700mm high.
    Regards The DL team
teamchappo wrote:7October,2014
  • PRO
    Destination Living
    Hi teamchappo,
    The flooring is engineered oak from Woodcut Premium Engineered Timber Flooring in Richmond, the colour is “Georgia”.
    Regards DL
tim_day85 wrote:14May,2019
    culburra wrote:25July,2016

      What Houzz contributors are saying:

      georgia4321
      Georgia Madden added this to How Do I... Cook Like a Pro?27 January 2019

      A steam-assist ovenSteam cooking is rapidly gaining popularity among professional and home chefs alike, and it’s easy to see why. Cooking with steam is incredibly healthy as less fat and oil are required. Plus, it’s great for preserving the moisture in food and creating a crispy crust on bread and pizza.To save time and hassle, look for a steam-assist oven with automatic programs that allow you to create restaurant-quality meals at the touch of a button. Or, if you want the versatility to choose between different cooking methods, choose a combi-steam oven that offers three different types of cooking in the one machine (pure steam, convection cooking and steam-convection combination cooking).

      joanna_tovia
      Joanna Tovia added this to Reno Reveal: What Australians Want From Their Kitchen Revamps6 February 2018

      Appliances of choiceShopping for appliances? Forty-seven per cent of renovators opt for a gas cooktop, followed by induction (31 per cent) and electric (13 per cent). Stainless steel is still the most popular finish for appliances, and is chosen 61 per cent of the time. Black appliances have grown in popularity in recent years, coming second behind stainless steel as the finish/colour of choice and chosen by 15 per cent of kitchen renovators. White is the next most popular, chosen by 9 per cent of respondents.Browse more kitchen photos

      georgia4321
      Georgia Madden added this to How Do I... Choose a Steam Oven?10 December 2017

      Tell usDo you cook with a steam oven? Tell us about your experiences in the Comments below. And don’t forget to like, share or bookmark this story. Join the conversation. MoreRead more ‘How Do I… ?’ stories

      joanna_tovia
      Joanna Tovia added this to Couple-Friendly Ideas for a More Harmonious Home13 March 2017

      Double ovensFor those households with two master chefs vying for cooking space, a double oven saves time and tension. Both partners can create their cuisine independently at the same time – with no under-the-breath muttering involved.

      sferris4
      Sam Ferris added this to 4 Simple Steps for Measuring Kitchen Cabinets22 May 2016

      Begin with your sink. To find the centre point, start at the end of the nearest wall and measure toward your sink. Stop once you reach the middle part of the basin, appliance or window. Round to the nearest millimetre.

      What Houzzers are commenting on:

      louise_anderson47
      louise Anderson added this to Blackwood Kitchen5 days ago

      a good layout for blackwood. Incorparte the dishwasher and fridge into the cupboard fronts. ODNt put the dishasher next to a wall, same for fridge

      diann_worzalla
      Diann Worzalla added this to diann_worzalla's ideas12 February 2020

      Smart appliances let you know when you leave something on by mistake

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