KitchenContemporary Kitchen, Melbourne

Lisa Atkinson

Design ideas for a large contemporary u-shaped open plan kitchen in Melbourne with an undermount sink, white cabinets, quartz benchtops, metallic splashback, mosaic tile splashback, stainless steel appliances, dark hardwood floors, with island and flat-panel cabinets. —  Houzz
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JE C wrote:10April,2017
  • seanagh10
    2 years ago

    Thank you. Do you know the colour and size by any chance? I am in Adelaide.

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    My Beautiful Abode
    2 years ago
    https://ml.houzz.com/AzGf/2pldkKK02I here's a link to a close up picture showing more detail of the tiles.
Jin Hwang wrote:22April,2017
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    My Beautiful Abode
    2 years ago
    Katie, these were made by Granite Transformations.
  • PRO
    My Beautiful Abode
    2 years ago
    Sorry to spell your name wrong Catie!
B J wrote:21May,2016
  • B J
    4 years ago
    Thanks for getting back to me quickly. What is the name of the benchtop? Thanks
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    My Beautiful Abode
    4 years ago

    I'm sorry, I don't have a record of the colour name. Best to view their collection in person in any case.

mbond2 wrote:5January,2016
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    My Beautiful Abode
    4 years ago

    Hi mboyling, I finally have the information you were looking for;

    The island is 2230mm wide x 1300mm deep The room is approximately 5000mm wide x 2700 deep.

    All the best with your project,

    Sophie

  • mbond2
    4 years ago
    Thanks for following up. Much appreciated.
robebern wrote:4January,2016
  • Rellish
    4 years ago
    Can you provide details for the pendant lights and island bench chairs please? Thanks
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    My Beautiful Abode
    4 years ago
    The pendent lights are 'Egg Black' with hammered silver interior. They are 300mm high and diameter. The stools are by Feelgood designs.
ivanhoesharon wrote:6June,2016
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    My Beautiful Abode
    4 years ago
    This unique piece is from Weylandts. Thanks for your enquiry, Sophie
taniaandmark wrote:1June,2016
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    My Beautiful Abode
    4 years ago

    These are tiles from Lifestiles in Camberwell and are called 'SQ2305'.
    Thanks for your enquiry, Sophie

espacat wrote:22November,2015
  • PRO
    My Beautiful Abode
    5 years ago
    These tiles are from Lifestiles in Camberwell and are called 'SQ2305'.
    Thanks for your enquiry, Sophie
dayfamilyreno wrote:23October,2015
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    My Beautiful Abode
    5 years ago
    These stools are by Yuzuru Yamakawa from Feel Good Designs. Private message me if you'd like retail pricing.

What Houzz contributors are saying:

anneellarddesign
Anne Ellard Design added this to The Return of Tiled Kitchen Splashbacks18 November 2015

MaterialCeramic and porcelain are the most common choices for kitchen splashback tiles. Ceramic tiles are readily available and are cost effective. They are made from a mixture of clays that are baked at high temperatures. The tiles are then glazed to make them hard and resistant to water. The glaze can be gloss or matt finish depending on the look you’d like to achieve. Porcelain tiles are similar to ceramic tiles, but have been fired at even greater temperatures. This makes them virtually non-porous and so they won’t require an additional glaze to protect them. Porcelain tiles are much tougher than ceramic tiles and will therefore carry a higher price tag.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

melinda_willow
Mel w added this to Melinda's ideas1 October 2020

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