Alfred StreetTraditional Kitchen, Sydney

Provincial Kitchens Pty Ltd, Sydney Australia

This is an example of a traditional kitchen in Sydney. —  Houzz
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Constance Inns wrote:12October,2014
  • Constance Inns
    6 years ago
    Thanks for your reply.
  • Caroline K
    6 years ago
    Where are the stools from?
ginnygray66 wrote:14July,2015

    What Houzz contributors are saying:

    Anne Ellard Design added this to 10 Kitchen Colour Schemes That Will Stand the Test of Time22 January 2015

    5. French GreyEverything about the French is sophisticated and timeless, especially their provincial kitchen style and colouring.French provincial-style kitchens tend to use subtle soft colours such as light blues, soft greys, antique whites and muted coffee colours. These soft colours highlight the detailed design of French provincial-style kitchens. These soft subtle colours can be used to create a timeless colour scheme in both modern and traditional-style kitchens. Soft greys can have a tinge of blue, yellow and even pink to them if you would like to add a hint more colour. Combine soft grey cabinets with a natural colour benchtop that also contains some grey tones, but don’t forget to create some contrast – make sure that the cabinets and benchtop colours are not too similar or you could end up with a flat, uninteresting scheme.

    Anne Ellard Design added this to 6 Factors to Consider When Choosing Handles for Your Kitchen Cabinets21 September 2014

    In this kitchen the cabinet handles have a porcelain feature that matches the handles on the sink taps. This really helps to tie the whole look of the kitchen together.

    What Houzzers are commenting on:

    HU-131666524 added this to My ideas23 October 2020

    soft grey and could mix it with blue?

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