Large Contemporary Kitchen RenovationBeach Style Kitchen, Sydney

Beach style kitchen in Sydney with an undermount sink, flat-panel cabinets, white cabinets, grey splashback, light hardwood floors, with island and beige floor. —  Houzz
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Lauren Dunec Design added this to 10 Style-Boosting Design Ideas for Your Indoor Plants1 July 2019

5. Hang a plant ‘chandelier’Draw the eye upward with the addition of one stand-out house plant suspended from the ceiling. Look for trailing varieties, including hoya, pothos, hearts entangled (Ceropegia woodii) or some varieties of rhipsalis that will hang down from the container. If you don’t have a bright spot with a skylight, position the hanging plant near a window.11 Hardy House Plants That Thrive on Neglect

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Joanna Tovia added this to Top 30: Australia's Favourite Kitchens of 201820 November 2018

28. Location: Sydney, NSWDesigner: Carrera By DesignFeatures: A kitchen that opens to the garden has all the colour it needs.

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Vanessa Walker added this to Picture Perfect: 45 Plant-Loving Homes From Around the Globe3 December 2017

7. Macrame moment. Sydney, NSW

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

Jenefer Macleod, principal designer at interior design firm eat.bathe.live1. Blunder: Rushing things throughPoor planning and hurrying through the design process are the reasons behind most kitchen renovating disasters.

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Gabrielle Chariton added this to Sold! 15 Invaluable Tips for Your Open House17 May 2017

8. Style the kitchenAny real estate agent will tell you, kitchens sell houses. So in the lead-up to your open house, lavish yours with attention. The main things buyers are going to be looking for in a kitchen are storage space and bench space. “You can create that illusion of space by decluttering and not having an excess of anything on benchtops or taking up space,” Biondi says. Remove everything from the benchtop: dishcloths and detergent, salt and pepper, utensils and large appliances. Soften the look with a beautiful oversized bowl or platter, or some cut flowers. Visually maximise the storage by removing excess items from the cupboards, leaving ‘just enough’ behind. When cleaning, pay particular attention to the cooktop, oven, sink and tap.Hide your daggy old tea towels.Clean the insides of cupboards and drawers.Empty the bin.Empty the dishwasher so people can look inside.Take photos and notes off the front of the fridge.

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Kate M added this to new houseplant looks19 May 2020

Hang a Plant “Chandelier” Draw the eye upward with the addition of one standout houseplant suspended from the ceiling. Look for trailing varieties, like hoya, pothos, hearts entangled (Ceropegia woodii) or some varieties of rhipsalis that will hang down from the container. If you don’t have a bright spot with a skylight, position the hanging plant near a window.

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lisha44 added this to lisha44's ideas18 April 2020

Hanging plants..on each side of the window?

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Vika Chydovo added this to Kitchen16 March 2020

Skylights, white, plants in kitchen

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Kristine Vergara added this to Kristine's ideas15 March 2020

kitchen colour scheme, colour of floorboards

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Sky Rennels added this to Houseplants3 February 2020

Hang a Plant “Chandelier” Draw the eye upward with the addition of one standout houseplant suspended from the ceiling. Look for trailing varieties, like hoya, pothos, hearts entangled (Ceropegia woodii) or some varieties of rhipsalis that will hang down from the container. If you don’t have a bright spot with a skylight, position the hanging plant near a window.

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