Killarney HeightsModern Kitchen, Sydney

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Design ideas for a mid-sized modern kitchen in Sydney with a single-bowl sink, flat-panel cabinets, white cabinets, quartz benchtops, medium hardwood floors and with island. —  Houzz
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rubyrainvines wrote:29August,2016
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    Winston Design Collaboration
    4 years ago

    It's an inset or flushmount. Have a look at the Abey 'Barazza' range.


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    Collaroy Kitchen Centre
    4 years ago

    Thank you Winston Design Collaboration for clearing that up.

lisamaree87 wrote:23December,2014
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    Collaroy Kitchen Centre
    6 years ago
    It's CaesarStone, Bianco Drift
  • lisamaree87
    6 years ago
    Thank you
RICHARD MCEWEN wrote:9March,2021
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    Collaroy Kitchen Centre
    last month

    We have used Dulux Vivid White satin

What Houzz contributors are saying:

amandapollard
Amanda Pollard added this to 11 Awkward Areas to Put to Use in the Kitchen5 June 2017

6. Fit a drawer insteadPlanning your kitchen from scratch? Consider an under-sink drawer rather than a cupboard. This one is wide enough to fit everything in and has compartments to keep it all tidy. When you’re planning a drawer like this one, make sure you get it custom-made to fit with your waste pipe. Usually there is a gap in the drawer that slots neatly around it.A kitchen drawer for everything…

joanna_tovia
Joanna Tovia added this to The Great Sink Debate – Overmount or Undermount?17 August 2016

But be sure to look at all the options available before making a decision. Some overmount sinks can look just as sleek as their undermounted cousins.VERDICT: Undermount sinks are the go-to choice for most renovators, but don’t discount drop-in sinks before you’ve seen what’s on offer.

anneellarddesign
Anne Ellard Design added this to How to Choose the Right Stainless-Steel Kitchen Sink15 June 2015

Zero radiusYou may hear the term zero radius during your search for the ideal stainless-steel kitchen sink. Zero radius refers to the shape of the corners of the sink. As opposed to the more conventional and gently curved corners and sloped sides in most other types, a zero radius sink is completely rectangular with 90-degree corners and completely straight sides. The simple flat, squared planes of this style of sink are very much in keeping with minimalist contemporary-style kitchen design, however, this look comes with a disadvantage. Zero radius sinks are more difficult to clean due to the tight square corners. You may want to weight up how much you love this look versus how much time and effort you want to put into cleaning your new sink.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

danielle_upston
Danielle Upston added this to Kitchen6 days ago

Undersink drawer - use of space

becjd21
becjd21 added this to Kitchen Reno24 November 2020

flushmount sink CaesarStone, Bianco Drift abey barazza sink

olicaro92
Ollie Duran added this to Cuisine7 October 2020

Tiroir plutôt que placard sous évier !!!

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