Industrial Kitchen and LibraryTraditional Kitchen, Melbourne

Industrial style is displayed beautifully here with scrap metal dining table, chunky handles, reclaimed timber bar stools, black board and oversized clock and matte black cabinetry. Far from being cold, this industrial styling is warm and inviting.

This is an example of a large traditional l-shaped open plan kitchen in Melbourne with light hardwood floors, with island, a double-bowl sink, recessed-panel cabinets, black cabinets, quartz benchtops, white splashback, subway tile splashback and stainless steel appliances. —  Houzz
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Joanna Tovia added this to Reno Reveal: What Australians Want From Their Kitchen Revamps6 February 2018

Bigger and betterMost renovators hope to enlarge and open up their kitchens when they renovate, with more than half opening up kitchens to nearby rooms, and a similar share opening them up to the outdoors.Almost 60 per cent of renovating homeowners increase the size of their kitchens, and a similar percentage change the layout of their new kitchen as well. L-shaped and U-shaped kitchens are the most popular, followed by galley-style designs.

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Joanna Tovia added this to Best of the Week: Warm and Wonderful Family Kitchens7 September 2017

6. Location: Melbourne, VictoriaDesigner: Smith & Smith KitchensWhy we love it: Without a sink or stovetop to get in the way, an island bench like this one creates a whole lot of bench space that can be used for everything from eating breakfast to jigsaw puzzles. And the clean-up couldn’t be easier.

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The Art of Decluttering added this to Convenience Store: 7 Decluttering Tips for Pantry Success6 September 2017

Once you can see what you have, it’s easier to declutter and decide what you’re going to put back into the pantry, and what containers you’re going to need.

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Georgia Madden added this to Pro Panel: The 8 Biggest Kitchen Blunders19 July 2017

8. Blunder: Choosing cold, clinical lightWhen a kitchen feels cold, uninviting and commercial, it often comes down to poor lighting choices. The kitchen is the heart of most homes, so it’s important to choose a warm light that will create a welcoming feel.

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hayleyreay added this to Interiors23 April 2020

two tone, cupboard doors, farmhouse sink

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