House KContemporary Kitchen, Melbourne

Martina Gemmola [Photography]; Ruth Welsby [Styling]

Inspiration for a mid-sized contemporary l-shaped open plan kitchen in Melbourne with a drop-in sink, flat-panel cabinets, black cabinets, quartz benchtops, window splashback, stainless steel appliances, light hardwood floors, with island and beige floor. —  Houzz
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Nard 1979 wrote:26April,2017
  • PRO
    F3 Studio
    3 years ago

    Hi there. The low window is 4.6m x 0.7m. The upper window is the same width x 0.6m. Regards, JW

  • Mick Dee
    2 years ago

    Hi! Can you let me know the finish of the cabinetry ?


Katrina P wrote:1February,2019
  • PRO
    F3 Studio
    2 months ago

    Hi there,


    Sincerest apologies for the delay in coming back to.


    The cabinetry finish is a finger print resistant matt black.


    I would recommend looking at either Fenix [which is a little pricey] or the Venette range from POLYTEC.


    Best Regards,


    James Woodford

kotlik wrote:15August,2018

    What Houzz contributors are saying:

    joanna_tovia
    Joanna Tovia added this to Kiwis Name Their Top 30 Favourite Kitchens of 201820 November 2018

    28. Location: Melbourne, VictoriaDesigner: F3-StudioFeatures: A kitchen that opens to a green wall is a genius move that delivers privacy and wow-factor.

    joanna_tovia
    Joanna Tovia added this to Top 30: Australia's Favourite Kitchens of 201820 November 2018

    13. Location: Melbourne, VictoriaDesigner: F3-StudioFeatures: A kitchen that opens to a green wall is a genius move that delivers privacy and wow-factor.

    vanessalwalker
    Vanessa Walker added this to Picture Perfect: 45 Plant-Loving Homes From Around the Globe3 December 2017

    5. Room with a view. Melbourne, Victoria

    anneellarddesign
    Anne Ellard Design added this to Expert Eye: 6 New Handle Styles to Dress Up Your Kitchen9 July 2017

    Where to use it: Depending on the style of the handle, matt black can be incorporated into both traditional and contemporary spaces. Use them on light-coloured cabinetry for a sophisticated contrast that will draw attention to the hardware.Alternatively, use them on matt black cabinetry, a finish that is quickly growing in popularity in kitchen design, for a streamlined, understated yet elegant look.Tell usWhich handle styles most appeal to you? And if you enjoyed this story, like it, bookmark it, save the photos and share your thoughts below. Join the conversation!MoreRead more trend stories

    What Houzzers are commenting on:

    jade_keanne_mitchell
    jade_keanne_mitchell added this to Parkfield Reno - Windows27 July 2020

    Love single ceiling window above cabinets for kitchen

    jade_keanne_mitchell
    jade_keanne_mitchell added this to Parkfield Reno - Kitchen24 July 2020

    ** LOVE the single ceiling window. Although I like the idea of the middle window, we’re probably not a good candidate because of the view of the alleyway

    claudine_raoult
    Claudine RAOULT added this to Cuisine Men Meur28 June 2020

    Grande ouverture pour l.apport du soleil du matin ? Au dessus des placards ? Ou en crédence de pavés de verre ?

    kiwi_liv
    kiwi_liv added this to Kitchen16 June 2020

    The long horizontal window under the cabinets

    chdesigndraft
    Clare Hennessy Building Design added this to Clarke Commonwealth16 June 2020

    Splashback window behind sink & stove with highlight windows above

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