Glenhaven KitchenMidcentury Kitchen, Brisbane
What Houzz contributors are saying:
Use bins and trays to keep your fridge cleaner (and more user-friendly) Removable, washable plastic trays and containers make it easy to clean up when a sauce bottle or condiment jar springs a leak – just remove the whole tray and toss it in the sink or dishwasher. Containers are also great for corralling groups of items that you would like to store together.Make it easier to keep track of leftovers Keep a roll of masking tape and a felt-tip marker near the fridge for marking leftovers with the date, and you can tell at a glance whether something needs to be used up soon or tossed.How to Deep Clean Your Fridge
Don’t forget to be nice to the neighbours and ask your trades to do the same. Let your neighbours know you’re starting a construction project and that there will be crews around. Tell them to please let you know if they have issues. Noise, debris and blocking the street with deliveries are often issues that come up with neighbours.Set up a recurring weekly construction meeting to touch base with your builder and other professionals. You may not need it every week, but at least it’s on the schedule in case you do.
5. Location: Brisbane, QueenslandDesigner: Bones StudioFeatures: A modest entertainer’s kitchen is made great with a delectable palette of soft spearmint and pale grey. The natural timber of the dining table adds warmth and balances out the cool tones.
What Houzzers are commenting on:
A similar feel could be achieved with 143. * Close of the Kitchen door to the sunroom and extend the kitchen along that wall. * Remove the kitchen/ dining wall to open up the space. * Instead of the 1/2 wall dividing the space, make it a breakfast bar with stools. * I love the mint colour with the white and stainless steel, but I don't really like the tile. I prefer the tempered glass.