Aberfeldie ProjectVictorian Kitchen, Melbourne

This is an example of a large victorian 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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victoriahardingvictoriaharding wrote:13September,2014
  • Kate Atkinson
    4 years ago

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


  • Jill Dexter Clark
    2 years ago

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

ccdimitrovskiCaroline wrote:20September,2014
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    Destination Living
    6 years ago
    Hi salgerche
    Thanks for the question, the cabinets are a vinyl wrap in ‘Classic White’ Matt finish.
    Regards DL
  • carynfarber
    last year

    Can you let me know what the floor is?

stgeorgesroadstgeorgesroad wrote:20June,2015
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    Destination Living
    5 years ago

    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
    4 years ago

    Could you please advise benchtop colour and make

bcaputiBianca Captia wrote:13April,2015
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    Destination Living
    6 years ago
    Hi,
    The pendant is the Titan 1 Pendant Light in Natural Aluminum by Original BTC. Available from Dunlin (Sydney) http://www.dunlin.com.au/collections/original-btc Thanks DL
  • maddi_nelligan
    5 years ago

    Hi! How high are the ceilings?

raepattoraepatto wrote:20January,2015
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    Destination Living
    6 years ago
    Hi raepatto,

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

    Thanks DL
  • Kate Atkinson
    4 years ago

    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.

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

    Thanks DL
  • rundle0909
    2 years ago

    What profile did you use from the Polytec range?

    Thank you

arnsaccarnsacc wrote:6September,2015
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    Destination Living
    5 years ago

    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

annettelcoxannettelcox wrote:19August,2015
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    Destination Living
    5 years ago

    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

annettelcoxannettelcox wrote:19August,2015
  • PRO
    Destination Living
    5 years ago

    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

bm229bm229 wrote:26May,2015
kikisabodekikisabode wrote:19April,2015
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    Destination Living
    6 years ago
    Hi
    The kitchen mixer is a SWEDIA prima steel kitchen sink Dual Flow
    Thanks DL
swingpuckMichael wrote:7April,2015
luckydauluckydau wrote:12February,2015
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    Destination Living
    6 years ago
    Hi luckydaurora
    The ceilings are 2700mm high.
    Regards The DL team
teamchappoteamchappo wrote:7October,2014
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    Destination Living
    6 years ago
    Hi teamchappo,
    The flooring is engineered oak from Woodcut Premium Engineered Timber Flooring in Richmond, the colour is “Georgia”.
    Regards DL
tim_day85tim_day85 wrote:14May,2019
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