KitchenContemporary Kitchen, Brisbane

Large open plan kitchen and view up hallway towards the entry.

www.laramasselos.com

Photo of a contemporary galley open plan kitchen in Brisbane with flat-panel cabinets, white cabinets, metallic splashback and metal splashback. —  Houzz
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trosull wrote:25 Apr. 2016
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    Skyring Architects

    yes it probably would. An electrician is the best person to advise as they have to meet the code to sign off on the job.

  • trosull

    Thank you for you help

dogga1 wrote:5 Nov. 2014
Katherine Bennett wrote:29 Jan. 2015
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    Skyring Architects
    Hi
    everyone seems to love this timber - its red ironbark
Lauren Cooper wrote:2 Sep. 2014
  • sallycray

    They are from Hermon & Hermon , Melbourne

What Houzz contributors are saying:

rebeccalgross
Rebecca Gross added this to Our Neck of the Woods: 9 Australian Timbers and Their Characters2 Jul 2017

6. Red IronbarkEucalyptus tricarpaRed ironbark is a distinctive Australian hardwood that grows from Victoria through the western slopes of NSW into southern Queensland. Its rough bark is hard and deeply furrowed, and ranges from a dark grey to black hue.Colour: Red ironbark timber ranges from deep dark red to red-brown.Texture and grain: It has a fine and even texture with an interlocked grain.

anneellarddesign
Anne Ellard Design added this to Where to Spend vs Where to Save on Your Kitchen Reno8 Mar 2015

SPEND ON: Quality workmanshipA well-made, good-quality kitchen will really stand the test of time and serve you well for many years to come. Do your research into the suppliers that you are considering and the materials they use. Regardless of the supplier you use, check out their warranty and check online for reviews. Ask friends, family and work colleagues for recommendations and, best of all, talk to other Houzz users – they will be more than happy to share their experience with you; both good and bad. TIP: When it comes to installing new cabinets, it’s tempting to save a buck or two by installing it yourself. Only consider this option if you are confident that you can do a good job. If not, leave it to the professionals. It’s definitely worth the investment. Not only is it faster, it will also save you a lot of money spent on fixing out-of-square walls, uneven floors and misshapen kickboards.

ktmacdessi
Kate Macdessi added this to Dirty Secrets: Where do You Stash Your Stuff in a Hurry?26 Jan 2015

Behind a raised benchtopNow this one is not for your serious disarray, but perfect for a more amateur mess – a slight disorder. The raised benchtop gives you a shield with which to quickly hide plates, cups, saucers and those secret chocolates you don’t want your kids to find. Stash them behind a bench like this, pop them in your mouth quickly and your little darlings will have to believe you when you tell them you’re munching on the steamed broccoli they’re getting for dinner.

rebecca_naughtin
Rebecca Naughtin Architect added this to 8 Alternatives Beyond the Boring White Ceiling24 Oct 2014

2. VJ (vertical joint) timber lining VJ timber lining is a beautiful alternative that finishes off a certain beachside and homely appeal. Bought in panels or individual boards, it can often be an economical alternative to plasterboard.

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