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Contemporary Eat-in Kitchen Design Ideas

Complete Home Renvation
Complete Home Renvation
User
Complete kitchen renovation. LED under bench lighting.
Photo of a large contemporary galley eat-in kitchen in Gold Coast - Tweed with an undermount sink, white cabinets, quartz benchtops, grey splashback, marble splashback, black appliances, ceramic floors, with island, beige floor, grey benchtop and flat-panel cabinets.
Contemporary Kitchen
Contemporary Kitchen
Large contemporary l-shaped eat-in kitchen in Sydney with a drop-in sink, dark wood cabinets, limestone benchtops, with island and grey floor.
Randwick Project
Randwick Project
Braeside Building & Joinery
Classic, clean, contemporary kitchen with a timber veneer detail bookshelf.
Inspiration for a mid-sized contemporary l-shaped eat-in kitchen in Sydney with flat-panel cabinets, white cabinets, quartz benchtops, grey splashback, ceramic splashback, stainless steel appliances, medium hardwood floors, with island, brown floor and white benchtop.
Warrandyte Kitchen 4
Warrandyte Kitchen 4
The Kitchen Design Centre
Design ideas for a mid-sized contemporary l-shaped eat-in kitchen in Melbourne with a double-bowl sink, flat-panel cabinets, medium wood cabinets, quartz benchtops, white splashback, stone slab splashback, black appliances, light hardwood floors, with island, beige floor and white benchtop.
MV Residence
MV Residence
Lisa Cannon Interior Design
Mid-sized contemporary u-shaped eat-in kitchen in Melbourne with an undermount sink, flat-panel cabinets, white cabinets, quartz benchtops, engineered quartz splashback, black appliances, medium hardwood floors, no island and brown floor.
Tamarind Avenue Project
Tamarind Avenue Project
BCI Hawker
This is an example of a contemporary l-shaped eat-in kitchen in Gold Coast - Tweed with a double-bowl sink, flat-panel cabinets, black cabinets, wood benchtops, window splashback, with island, beige floor and brown benchtop.
BDAA National Design Awards 2019 - James Hardie Industry Partner Award
BDAA National Design Awards 2019 - James Hardie Industry Partner Award
Building Designers Association of Australia
Located on a heritage-lined street in Melbourne’s Williamstown, a young family were seeking a contemporary home with ample room to grow. Benni Trajcevski of Achieve Design Group answered their call, creating the epitome of modern living concealed behind a modest façade. To achieve the long wish list including large indoor and outdoor gathering spaces to entertain family and friends, separate adult and children living and sleeping zones, and a pool suitable for year-round use, Benni has maximised every inch of the block. Seamless transitional spaces link inside with out. This flow between the indoors and outdoors is a key feature of the home, achieved through generous open floor planning and glazing. For example, large hidden sliding doors allow the pool to be closed-off for use in winter; acrylic glass panels link the pool with the sunken lounge, which includes a fire pit for year-round comfort. The inclusion of a courtyard and voids throughout create separate useable zones while maintaining the feeling of spaciousness. Orientated to the north and surrounded with floor to ceiling windows to optimise natural light, the courtyard divides the formal lounge area with the informal living area, while the first floor is divided into four separate wings for privacy and functionality. The interiors are detailed with quality materials and finishes to achieve a sleek and sophisticated aesthetic. Contrasting materials in muted tones, including tiles, steel and lightweight timbers are featured throughout. Corian and a moss green wall are unexpected features.
Broad House
Broad House
Align Concepts
Photograph: Julian Gries Photography Design: Ad Design Develop
Contemporary l-shaped eat-in kitchen in Melbourne with a double-bowl sink, flat-panel cabinets, white splashback, stainless steel appliances, light hardwood floors, with island, beige floor and white benchtop.
Private Home
Private Home
Radiant Lighting
Photo of a large contemporary l-shaped eat-in kitchen in Perth with a double-bowl sink, flat-panel cabinets, grey cabinets, solid surface benchtops, window splashback, black appliances, porcelain floors, with island, grey floor and grey benchtop.
Privium Homes Canvas Series - Point Cook
Privium Homes Canvas Series - Point Cook
Design Rouge
Inspiration for a mid-sized contemporary single-wall eat-in kitchen in Melbourne with an undermount sink, flat-panel cabinets, light wood cabinets, solid surface benchtops, beige splashback, glass sheet splashback, terrazzo floors, with island, grey floor and beige benchtop.
East Malvern Apartment
East Malvern Apartment
Peter Schaad Design Studio
Inspiration for a small contemporary l-shaped eat-in kitchen in Melbourne with an undermount sink, flat-panel cabinets, white cabinets, white splashback, black appliances, no island, grey floor and white benchtop.
Clyde St - Renovation
Clyde St - Renovation
Mollymook Building Co
Contemporary u-shaped eat-in kitchen in Wollongong with an undermount sink, flat-panel cabinets, white cabinets, white splashback, stainless steel appliances, medium hardwood floors, brown floor and white benchtop.
Nautica 36
Nautica 36
MOJO Homes
Looking for style, charisma and a home that’s a cut above the rest? The luxurious design of the Nautica 36 could be just what you’ve been searching for. The whole family will love congregating for meals and get togethers on the Ground Floor, where an open, light-filled area is created by the clever open plan Living/Kitchen/Dining space bringing the sunshine in through wide doors to the Outdoor Living. Working from home? The location of the Home Office just off the front Entry makes it easy to work from home away from the noise of the main Living area, while the Home Theatre, Children’s Activity and First Floor Study Nook give everyone places to relax and retreat. Complete with four Bedrooms, including Master Suite, all fitted out with Walk In Robes, this home is perfect for the growing family.
Calacatta Blanco Brightens Up Southern Queensland Home
Calacatta Blanco Brightens Up Southern Queensland Home
Smartstone | Quartz Benchtops, Engineered Stone
The brief for the Toowoomba Residence was to combine practical design with high-end, modern finishes to create a ‘forever family home’ that would also feel like a sanctuary away from the office. Drawing inspiration from Spicers Peak Lodge, natural materials were employed to create a textured and moody palette that complemented the sprawling green lawns and landscaped gardens outside. Credits: Builder – Swish Design and Construct Cabinetry – Focus On Kitchens Photography – Toby Scott Styling – Lynda Evans
Middle Dural
Middle Dural
ENI Design Interior Architecture
Large contemporary l-shaped eat-in kitchen in Sydney with a farmhouse sink, black cabinets, quartz benchtops, white splashback, engineered quartz splashback, stainless steel appliances, porcelain floors, with island, grey floor, white benchtop, vaulted and shaker cabinets.
Nunawading Renovation
Nunawading Renovation
Greenstruct
New and blue. 2-pac cupboards, pocket doors, retro appliances and white stone benches set this kitchen apart. Detailing to the vertical grooves and cupboard layout was paid special attention, and the results were gorgeous.
Haberfield
Haberfield
Kenwood Kitchens Pty Ltd
Inspiration for a mid-sized contemporary l-shaped eat-in kitchen in Sydney with a single-bowl sink, flat-panel cabinets, white cabinets, grey splashback, panelled appliances, medium hardwood floors, with island, brown floor and grey benchtop.
Feng Shui Designed Homes
Feng Shui Designed Homes
Meritor Homes
Inspiration for a mid-sized contemporary galley eat-in kitchen in Perth with an undermount sink, flat-panel cabinets, white cabinets, white splashback, black appliances, light hardwood floors, a peninsula, beige floor and white benchtop.
Hawthorn East Home
Hawthorn East Home
smarterBATHROOMS+
The kitchen was relocated from one side to another at the back of the client’s home, stairs were moved and the placement of the new kitchen where existing skylights where housed added more light to the space. A mixture of white and grey tones were used throughout this space. The island was the feature of this kitchen, the grey stone wrapped around the island with a floating element and a waterfall end, this would be an area where the whole family could congregate and become a stand out feature to the space. A mirrored splashback on the back wall opened the kitchen up further with simple grey cabinetry to complement a modern look to the space. Tall Cabinetry housed a pantry, an oven tower and integrated fridge also. The Laundry was also thought of with the same tiles used in the Main Bathroom continued into this space and new cabinetry.
Old Be-al
Old Be-al
FMD Architects
Underpinning our design notions and considerations for this home were two instinctual ideas: that of our client’s fondness for ‘Old Be-al’ and associated desire for an enhanced connection between the house and the old-growth eucalypt landscape; and our own determined appreciation for the house’s original brickwork, something we hoped to celebrate and re-cast within the existing dwelling. While considering the client’s brief of a two-bedroom, two-bathroom house, our design managed to reduce the overall footprint of the house and provide generous flowing living spaces with deep connection to the natural suburban landscape and the heritage of the existing house. The reference to Old Be-al is constantly reinforced within the detailed design. The custom-made entry light mimics its branches, as does the pulls on the joinery and even the custom towel rails in the bathroom. The dynamically angled ceiling of rhythmically spaced timber cross-beams that extend out to an expansive timber decking are in dialogue with the upper canopy of the surrounding trees. The rhythm of the bushland also finds expression in vertical mullions and horizontal bracing beams, reminiscent of both the trunks and the canopies of the adjacent trees.
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