Bronte HouseContemporary Kitchen, Sydney

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Interior Design - House to Home Design

Design ideas for a contemporary l-shaped open plan kitchen in Sydney with an undermount sink, beaded inset cabinets, black cabinets, white splashback, stainless steel appliances, light hardwood floors and with island. —  Houzz
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hforwardhforward wrote:27April,2020
  • jlkj
    6 months ago

    I would love to know also!

  • firepeak
    3 months ago

    Wrong stools - these are bar stools instead of counter stools: no legroom under counter !

antonellaposterinoantonellaposterino wrote:27February,2018
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    Live by the Sea Photography
    3 years ago

    Hi, Please contact House to Home Design. I'm the photographer for the project. Cheers Paul

What Houzz contributors are saying:

Vanessa Walker added this to The Best of Houzz 2021 Winners Have Been Revealed!26 January 2021

A Photography Award winner from Sydney, NSWSimplicity wins the day in this stunning balanced shot.

Georgia Madden added this to Expert Eye: 6 Architectural Trends You Need to Know About in 201919 February 2019

Where colour isn’t desirable, light neutral tones are being replaced by rich dark finishes: black is very much back.Natural materials including stone, timber, steel and leather are also being used in joinery and furniture pieces.7 Stylish Ways to Make Black Kitchen Cabinets Work

Vanessa Walker added this to What Matters Most: How a Smile Builds a Neighbourhood20 June 2018

It’s probably fair to say that our moral formation is not complete until we’ve learnt how to get along with people who aren’t our chosen friends, who may be quite unlike us in ethnicity, religion, musical tastes, child-rearing practices or recreational pursuits, but who nevertheless share our locality.Not everyone sees being a neighbour as involving that kind of social contract. Some people prefer to live as recluses; some will do everything possible to avoid contact – even eye contact – with their neighbours; some totally reject the idea that, by choosing to live in a particular dwelling, they have any moral or social obligations to the other people who live in that street or apartment block or locality. After all, they may say, I didn’t choose to have these people as my neighbours in the way I choose my friends, so why do I owe them anything? My ‘community’ is my work colleagues, or my friendship circle, or the people I play footy with, or my network of school or university friends, or my Rotary or Probus club, or my church, or the local branch of my political party.

Georgia Madden added this to How Do I... Choose Light Bulbs?20 March 2018

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

Kitchen costsThe average spend on a kitchen renovation is $19,300. Large kitchens over 10 square metres cost an average of $22,600 to renovate, while small kitchens less than 10 square metres in size cost an average of $14,600.Around 20 per cent of renovating homeowners spent over $35,000 on their renovations, with those aged 55 and over being the most willing (or perhaps most able) to splurge.

Georgia Madden added this to A Kitchen Joiner Reveals: 3 Things I Wish My Clients Knew4 February 2018

2. Don’t be fooled by fancy finishesSometimes the more expensive and glamorous options aren’t the best ones. When it comes to performance and upkeep, luxurious materials such as solid timber and marble are often second best to many of the newer, high-tech materials on the market – and these cost considerably less.Timber veneer is a great alternative to solid timber. The latest styles will give you a naturally textured finish, plus they are lightweight and easy to install. Birch plywood is another appealing option for kitchen cabinetry. It has a soft texture and can be stained in different colours. If you love the look of marble, but not the upkeep and price, consider a lookalike product such as engineered stone. Or consider solid surfaces such as Corian and Fenix, which are waterproof and can be moulded into different shapes for a seamless look.

Vanessa Walker added this to Best of the Week: 40 Marble Marvels From Around the Globe1 February 2018

3. Location: Sydney, NSWWhy we love it: Marble is so well employed in this splashback, especially as it acts as a contrast to the black joinery surrounding it. Again, it is an easy way to add a layer of sophistication to almost any scheme.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

Daniel F added this to Kitchen12 June 2021

I love the colour palette and finishes here

l p added this to Kitchen24 May 2021

Can put single chairs backing to fire

Warren Hillier added this to Catherine's ideas5 April 2021

interesting bringing matching cabinetry into living area

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