Elm St HouseContemporary Kitchen, Melbourne

This is an example of a contemporary kitchen in Melbourne with flat-panel cabinets, medium wood cabinets, window splashback, stainless steel appliances, concrete floors, with island, grey floor and white benchtop. —  Houzz
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Georgia Madden added this to How Do I... Improve the Value of My Property?30 May 2019

5. Maximise light: The brighter a space is, the bigger it will look and feel. If you’re planning on renovating, consider an open-plan living area as it will provide a nice flow throughout the home. Adding in skylights and enlarging windows will also draw in more natural light.6. Pay attention to the kitchen: Plenty of bench space for food preparation and lots of kitchen storage are things you can’t have enough of in a kitchen. A pantry, or even a butler’s pantry if space allows, will add extra value to your property.

Rebecca Gross added this to Houzz Tour: A Californian Bungalow Designed to Create Community6 May 2019

Gardiner Architects designed a large, open kitchen with a walk-in pantry and plenty of bench space and storage. The kitchen island has an overhanging benchtop to let kids, family and friends gather around. Deep-blue paint on the rear kitchen wall provides a calm backdrop and demarcates the space. Benchtop in London Grey: Caesarstone; Blackbutt Natural Feature Grade veneer: Ventech

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auroramoon added this to Stairs26 July 2020

Nice wood platform at landing...

auroramoon added this to Kitchen cabinets26 July 2020

No handles drawers and cabinets...

Affi Bakhtiar added this to Kitchen ideas29 June 2020

Pantry idea what if sliding closet door or pocket door

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