Fun and Funky Mudjimba Beech HouseContemporary Kitchen, Brisbane

This is an example of a contemporary kitchen in Brisbane with a double-bowl sink, flat-panel cabinets, white cabinets, green splashback, glass sheet splashback and stainless steel appliances. —  Houzz
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Melanie Gardener added this to 12 Kitchens That Flaunt Their Curves20 March 2016

5. Lime freshen-up Distinguished by its curvy shapes and lime and aqua colour pops, this kitchen features a round breakfast bar that matches the shape of the raised bar area adjacent to the sink. The careful choice of bright colours creates an accent to make whites really stand out, while the curves are kept to the front of the kitchen to soften the view of the room.

Bryna Howes added this to 8 Rooms, 4 Ways to Go Big and Bold With Colour6 October 2014

WHAT COLOURS? Using the formula above, some fun colour combinations include: hot hues of pink, purple and orange; rich shades of blue, purple and green; and citrus tones such as yellow, orange and green.TELL USWould you be bold enough to try a seriously colourful room? If so, where would you start? Let us know in the comments sectionMOREIs Colour Setting the Right Tone in Your Home?How to Be Truly Confident With ColourAwash With Colour: Go With Every Shade Under the Sun

Kerryn Ramsey added this to Kitchen Layouts Laid Out: G-Shaped Kitchens11 August 2014

Geometric elementsIn this G-shaped space, blue and green should always be seen! While the mix ’n’ match style provides a quirky touch, it’s the geometric elements – stripes and block colours – that catch the eye. And the pièce de résistance? The curvaceous unit at one end of the bench to soften the sharp edges.

Joanna Tovia added this to 20 Gorgeous Kitchen Colour Pairings7 May 2014

5. Blue and greenIf blue and green should never be seen, I beg to differ. This cheery kitchen uses colour in all the right places to pull off this contemporary look.

Natasha Saroca added this to My Island Home: 10 Kitchen Islands for Families16 April 2014

7. Colour and curvesA kitchen island that’s fun and vibrant will be a hit with the kids and make your cooking zone infinitely more inviting. Curved surfaces and rounded corners will also add interest but are practical, too, as they eliminate potential hazards due to corners at children’s head height.

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Marie added this to Eclectic Fun Inspiration21 September 2019

Curiously cringeworthy. I think it's the lack of indigo/ teal vs happy blue color cohession and the irksome repetition of stripes on the teal wall. Teal wall close and white walls far back is bad, too.

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