Interiors Photography - Project #5Beach Style Kitchen, Melbourne

This is an example of a beach style galley kitchen in Melbourne with blue cabinets, concrete benchtops, white splashback, light hardwood floors and with island. —  Houzz
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Drift Interiors wrote:20November,2016
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    3 years ago
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bubbaindian wrote:30July,2016
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    Suzi Appel Photography
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    Hi .

    From a Melbourne store - HK Living.

    Regards, Suzi

dave_40 wrote:3November,2016

    What Houzz contributors are saying:

    joanna_tovia
    Joanna Tovia added this to Dish it Up: The Best-Looking Kitchens of 20172 October 2017

    28. Location: Melbourne, VictoriaKey features: Encaustic cement tiles in a bold flower pattern add personality to this beachy kitchen, and blue cabinetry softens the look.

    anneellarddesign
    Anne Ellard Design added this to 10 Kitchen Colour Schemes That Will Stand the Test of Time13 September 2017

    8. Blues and GreysThe combination of blue and grey tones creates a soothing and tranquil colour scheme that can be applied to both contemporary and traditional-style kitchens. Here, the darker tone of the blue cabinetry is instantly brightened with the introduction of lighter grey benchtops and grey and white feature tiles. Any shade of blue and grey will work well together as long as there is some contrast. Ensure that one of the colours is a darker tone than the other to avoid a bland effect. Add some white accents to further lighten the colour scheme. Concrete benchtops, or engineered-stone benchtops designed to look like concrete, are a popular choice for kitchen renovations at the moment. Concrete has actually been used in kitchens of different styles for many years and is certain to look just as good in 15 years as it does now. Real concrete will slowly patinate over time, changing slightly in colour and appearance, whereas engineered-stone benchtops are consistent in colouring and won’t change over time.

    georgia4321
    Georgia Madden added this to Pro Panel: The 8 Biggest Kitchen Blunders19 July 2017

    Rachel Gilding, communications and design specialist at Beaumont Tiles4. Blunder: Poor preparationSome of the most common mistakes we see people making when tiling their kitchen come from a lack of preparation before the tiles are actually laid, for example not ordering the right quantity of tiles. This can be a costly mistake in terms of both budget and time. It’s recommended that you buy 10 per cent more square metreage than the area to be tiled.

    anneellarddesign
    Anne Ellard Design added this to Expert Eye: How to Integrate Timber Panelling Into Your Kitchen4 July 2017

    We’ve explored some ways that panelling can be used in a kitchen, now let’s take a look at some of the kitchen styles that this look can be incorporated into. Beach styleThe frameless, full-length panelling of these kitchen cabinet doors lends itself perfectly to a relaxed beachy look. Having the panels run the full height of the doors gives the space a much less formal look than a Shaker-style door with a tongue-and-groove centre panel, for example. Choosing a darker colour further enhances the grooves of the panelling, and the tone used here is a perfect beachside choice. Consider having no handles on these panelled door fronts, or use a simple round knob, maybe even in solid timber, for a true beachy look.20 of the Best Country Kitchens

    anneellarddesign
    Anne Ellard Design added this to Why Copper Works in the Kitchen20 December 2016

    Its natural beauty is never out of styleWhile mass-produced copper accessories may be disappearing from the shelves of our favourite homeware stores, designers are continuing to embrace copper; but they are focusing more on the natural beauty of this warm and malleable material. At no time is a material more beautiful than in its pure, raw and organic form. In place of the recently trendy polished copper finish, we will see a shift towards a more natural and industrial aesthetic in the use of metals such as copper in the home. British designer Tom Dixon launched a new range of homewares at Milan Design week in 2016 called Materiality. It tells the story of the materials that he uses in his products, including copper, and focuses on their natural characteristics and beauty.

    What Houzzers are commenting on:

    hscrawford
    hscrawford added this to Ranch4 days ago

    Don’t love the style but I really like the mix of patterns and textures across all surfaces

    elisa_tassoni78
    Elisa Tassoni added this to kitchen13 October 2020

    2020- ceramiche su pannello verticeli penisola

    priscillaf
    priscillaf added this to Kitchen Refresh2 October 2020

    No handles on pantry v-groove doors and also have to v-groove from top to bottom

    omotola_hope
    Omotola Hope added this to ideas for kitchen in agulu22 September 2020

    bright, modern, concrete counter top

    kayla_ganter
    Kayla Ganter added this to Kitchen20 September 2020

    Bench and those tiles could be cool

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