BulleenModern Kitchen, Melbourne

Corian Large Island Bench Top in beautiful home in Bulleen. Custom made and designed to suit existing floor plan.

This is an example of a mid-sized modern kitchen in Melbourne with an undermount sink, flat-panel cabinets, white cabinets, solid surface benchtops, stainless steel appliances, ceramic floors and with island. —  Houzz
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cityrd wrote:26May,2015
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    3 years ago

    I would love love to know the cabinet finish you have used.... Thank you so much

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The House Doctor added this to 8 Ways to Future-Proof Your Kitchen15 June 2016

3. Be adaptable Good kitchen designers aim for a flexible, adaptable space in which work can be done with minimum wasted motion and maximum efficiency. And this isn’t just for today – think about what your future movement limitations could be. Also consider users with differing needs and capabilities in the space. Mass production of kitchen components may make them cheaper, but they are designed to a hypothetical ‘average’. For example, kitchen benchtops are a standard 900 millimetres from the floor, which is less practical for shorter or taller people. Wall cabinets then tend to be installed at 450 millimetres above the benchtop, which is once again no good for short people. An adaptable kitchen ignores the standards and concentrates on making the kitchen fit its users.

Susan Redman added this to 9 Easy Steps to Planning a Dream Kitchen8 September 2015

3. Think about appliancesYou don’t have to select particular appliance models at this stage, but it will help the design process if you have an idea of the kind of appliances you want.The most important appliances to consider at this stage are your oven and fridge. Think about whether you would prefer a conventional under-bench oven or an eye-level wall oven – the latter may be especially appealing if you’ve spent years bending down to lift heavy roasting dishes out of your oven. Or maybe you’ve always dreamed of having a 900-millimetre-wide freestanding range. Both scenarios will have an impact on the design and layout of your new kitchen. Also think about the style and size of fridge you would like; maybe you have a small fridge now but want to leave space for a bigger fridge in the future, or you might like to allow space for a tall side-by-side fridge and freezer.Questions to ask before buying a kitchen appliance

mcrae + lynch interior design added this to Over or Under: Where Should You Put Your Oven?5 June 2015

If you’ve always had a kitchen with a wall oven, it can be hard to imagine using anything else. Likewise, if you’re used to an under-bench oven, that’s likely to be your go-to choice. But several factors should come into play before you make your final decision:The size and shape of the floor space available.The amount of wall space you have.The amount of bench space you need.The style you want to achieve.The other appliances in the kitchen.

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Светлана added this to Кухняyesterday

Идея специально оборудованной «станции» для малой кухонной техники хороша тем, что позволяет решить сразу две задачи: эстетическую и практическую. Убрать девайсы с глаз долой в шкаф, значит все равно занять в этом шкафу место. Лучше разместить их таким образом, чтобы они: не загромождали рабочую поверхность; не нарушали эстетический вид кухни; всегда были под рукой; всегда были готовы к работе по аналогии с крупной бытовой техникой — подключенной и встроенной. Осталось найти оптимальное место с учетом возможностей кухни и снабдить «станцию», как минимум, одной розеткой.

zclack added this to 1919 kitchen4 days ago

Prob tea and coffee should go directly under coffee maker

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Peter Kidd added this to Kitchen May 20206 days ago

an easy accessable space needed for busy bakers and cooks. kenwood and blender and geogre foreman all used frequently but i hate every thing out on the counters.

tinamort added this to Kitchen Ideas6 days ago

Cupboard for large items needed frequently

Cathy Rubio-Arellano added this to Cathy's Home Renovation ideas22 May 2020

cupboard for small kitchen appliances

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