Cremorne Point transitional-kitchen
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Cremorne Point Transitional Kitchen, Sydney

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This is an example of a transitional kitchen in Sydney. — Houzz

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rdludbriike wrote:
How do you hide the microwave - How do you hide the microwave in the kitchen.
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Photos please of Microwave not being seen in kitchen designs
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Caroline wrote:
What shaker style/profile was used in the kitchen please?
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In Residence - Kitchen, Bathroom, Hardware wrote:
Love the tap!! - Can you tag this product as:
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Kim Baxter wrote:
Paint colours - Hi, I was hoping you could tell me the three colours used, wall and the 2 kitchen cupboard colours. Thank you Kim
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What Houzz contributors are saying:

Jenny Drew added this to Choose Your Own Spring Cleaning Plan
Spring cleaning focus: Get cooking If you love to cook (or want to cook more), it can be well worth the effort it takes to give the kitchen and pantry a thorough cleaning. Start by clearing out old food and spices, and wash the interior of your fridge and food cupboards. Clean all of those forgotten nooks and crannies, including inside the oven, microwave and toaster, plus the dish drainer. Finish by wiping down the walls (which can get surprisingly grimy) and windows.If you have a bit more time, give your breakfast nook or dining area a once-over. Chairs and table legs (especially in households with kids) can use an occasional cleaning. Put pads on the feet of chairs to protect your floors, clean dust from the corners of the room and set something pretty in the centre of the table.
Joanna Tovia added this to Beat the Sunday-Night Blues and Kickstart Your Working Week
Go easy on yourself Either share the load when it comes to making dinner on Sunday night or throw some ingredients into the slow cooker on Sunday morning so your evening is relaxed and largely chore free. Tip: If this is the one night of the week you sit down as a family to have dinner, ensure it’s a meal everyone loves and give it a sense of occasion – the good glasses, a tablecloth if you have one and candles. It doesn’t take a lot of extra effort to make dinner special.

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Joey Castro added this to Kitchen Ideas
Kitchen window. Dark wood island

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