Castlecrag ResidenceContemporary Kitchen, Sydney

Simon Whitbread

Photo of a contemporary l-shaped eat-in kitchen in Sydney with a double-bowl sink, flat-panel cabinets, medium wood cabinets, blue splashback, stainless steel appliances, medium hardwood floors, with island and brown floor. —  Houzz
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Move over glass: today’s kitchens are all about pattern, texture and colour. “I think people are becoming more courageous with their kitchen aesthetic,” says Amesbury. “With many of us spending so much more time at home, we’re wanting a space that is not only functional, but shows our taste and personality.” And the perfect way to do this is with show-stopping tiles. The splashback in particular is often a prominent decorative feature of the kitchen, and overwhelmingly, designers are eschewing beautiful-but-bland glass in favour of tiles – fun, fabulous and sometimes downright frivolous. In fact, O’Donohue says the splashback is the ideal place to go a little wild with design: “I urge my clients to be daring and do something a little bit out of their comfort zone, because if you get tired of it within a few years, it can be easily changed with little expense.”

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