Kew HouseContemporary Kitchen, Melbourne

Architecture by Neil Architecture

Inspiration for a mid-sized contemporary galley kitchen in Melbourne with a double-bowl sink, white cabinets, white splashback, stainless steel appliances, dark hardwood floors, with island, flat-panel cabinets and marble splashback. —  Houzz
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Mary Mizzi wrote:29February,2016
  • peterkovac
    I second that please....
  • Ellen-Jean Roberts

    ditto what colour is the bench top and the material used for the back splash please

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Katherine Wolfe wrote:20October,2015
  • peterkovac
    Yes, please I'd like to know as well...
stevencmartin wrote:10October,2015
    lulufrankie wrote:14May,2015

      What Houzz contributors are saying:

      jennycdrew
      Jenny Drew added this to Houzz Quiz: Which Kitchen Benchtop Is Right for You?5 August 2015

      1. Which of the following best describes your favourite kitchen style?Traditional all the way [granite]Make mine modern [quartz]Cutting-edge contemporary [concrete]Colourful and eclectic [laminate]Rustic with lots of character [wood]I love those elegant, all-white kitchens [marble]

      francesca_newby
      Francesca Newby added this to The Scullery Reinvented for Modern Living25 May 2015

      The screened sculleryInstalling a screen, folding door or partition is a simple and cost-effective way to turn one end of a long, open-plan space into a discrete scullery area, especially if you’re renovating within an existing floor plan.A screen allows you to open or close the area as and when you need to. You can open it up to increase the overall available space when necessary, or use the screen to keep food preparation or dirty dishes out of sight while dining or entertaining. It’s a flexible solution, as well as being practical and attractive.

      joanna_tovia
      Joanna Tovia added this to 16 Common Kitchen Dilemmas Solved4 May 2015

      DILEMMA 16: You haven’t got enough benchspace to work comfortably.SOLVED: Whatever benchspace you think you need in your next kitchen, double it if you can – too much is never enough. In the meantime, here are some handy ways you can double your kitchen workspace.YOUR SAYWhat would you do differently if you could do your renovation over again? Share your regrets in the Comments!MORE7 Super-Practical Things to Remember When Planning Your KitchenWhere to Spend vs Where to Save on Your Kitchen RenoHow to Choose the Right Cabinets for Your Kitchen

      What Houzzers are commenting on:

      webuser_268967735
      Linda added this to new home2 March 2020

      kitchen runs seamlessly thru to scullery

      louise_brown_thomas
      Louise Brown-Thomas added this to Louise's ideas23 February 2020

      I like the idea of the Butler's Pantry running like this next to the kitchen - as opposed to behind the kitchen as many of them are. Not sure I would want my kitchen to be quite as long as this one!

      emma_harkin
      Emma Harkin added this to Kitchen Ideas15 December 2019

      Kitchen bench - wood stone combo

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