Colour HouseEclectic Kitchen, Melbourne

photographer Emma Cross

Inspiration for an eclectic u-shaped kitchen in Melbourne with flat-panel cabinets, laminate benchtops, white splashback, no island, an integrated sink and white appliances. —  Houzz
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What Houzz contributors are saying:

Vanessa Walker added this to 16 Kitchen Cupboard Front Ideas to Inspire7 October 2020

6. Melbourne, VictoriaDesigner: Ande Bunbury Architects

Liz Durnan added this to Colour Commotion: Throw Out the Rulebook à la Beyoncé21 March 2017

Cupboard chaosA colour mix-up could start in a hip and happy kitchen. Experiment with different colours by colour-blocking the cupboard doors. This is good idea for a DIY job and a great way to enliven a tired kitchen without breaking the bank. This colourful Mondrian-inspired kitchen in Melbourne features flat-panel cabinets painted in colours not always considered as ‘going’ together but it looks pretty great.

Louise O'Bryan added this to When Just One Benchtop Material Isn't Enough2 August 2016

Colour blocksLaminate surfaces are the most affordable option, and are particularly hard-wearing thanks to their tough coating wrapped around high-density chipboard, plywood or MDF. They also come in a whole host of colours, so your design choice is unlimited. Here, they’ve been paired with a more practical and pared-back stainless-steel benchtop around the washing-up area, for ease of use, as well as water- and heat-resistance.

Simon Farrell-Green added this to Why the '80s are Back and it's OK by Us21 March 2016

Tie it together with blackThe key to this fantastic assemblage of colours in the kitchen of the Colour House in Melbourne by Ande Bunbury is actually … black. Built from re-purposed cabinetry painted in colours ranging from red to yellow to pink, there’s nothing quiet about it. The thing that ties it together is the black.TELL USHow is the 1980s making a return in your home? Tell us about it and share a photo in the Comments section.MORE10 Retro Ideas for Your Kids’ SpaceHow to Work With Pantone’s Colours of 2016

Jo Simmons added this to 9 Standout Ideas for a Unique Kitchen24 November 2015

Paint a patchworkGiving your kitchen cupboard doors a coat of paint will quickly refresh them and ensure your space has a new look, but why stop there? Try painting the doors in a handful of different colours, to create quirky, eye-catching storage.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

Laurie E. Friedman, AIA Architect, LEED AP added this to Modern eclectic kitchens30 March 2022

Love bold, playful use of color.

kashmi added this to Kitchen Ideas10 June 2021

This is too much! But with a bit more restraint, I do like the dark line between the cabinet doors -- even though saying that is the opposite of other comments about a "seamless look"!

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