MillerContemporary Kitchen, Melbourne

Photographer: Veeral

Inspiration for a contemporary galley open plan kitchen in Melbourne with an undermount sink, flat-panel cabinets, black cabinets, grey splashback, panelled appliances, light hardwood floors and with island. —  Houzz
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Georgia Madden added this to Expert Eye: How to Boost Your Home's Value and Potential3 Oct 2018

3. Choose a kitchen design that ticks as many boxes as possibleWhen thinking re-sale, it’s vital to get the kitchen right. In order to reach as broad a market as possible, consider these elements:The layout should make the kitchen feel easy to use, with plenty of space for several people to use it or move through it at once (this is particularly important if the kitchen doubles as a thoroughfare).It never hurts to oversize a kitchen – it adds to the feeling of luxury in your home. Good storage, plenty of bench space and easy-to-clean and maintain finishes are key. There are very different types of cooks out there: some will want to use the kitchen every night, while others will barbecue four nights a week. Consider this and install a great kitchen, backed up with an outdoor area set up for alfresco cooking and entertaining.

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Georgia Madden added this to Renovation Insight: 5 Common Rookie Kitchen-Reno Mistakes26 Aug 2018

3. Not placing lights above benchtops Having lights in the wrong places is one of the most common mistakes rookie kitchen renovators make. As a result, they often end up working in their own shadows, which is not only impractical but dangerous too.

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HU-737937763 added this to Kitchens12 Feb 2019

Black and white cupboards, slim marble bench top

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HU-262326094 added this to Kitchen Ideas12 Dec 2018

Black bench top with white and timber

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Debbie Carrivick added this to Kitchen ideas9 Nov 2018

Connect your lighting to dimmers so you can switch the mood from a bright cooking zone to a relaxed, moderately lit entertaining zone when you have guests over. Not placing lights above benchtops Having lights in the wrong places is one of the most common mistakes rookie kitchen renovators make. As a result, they often end up working in their own shadows, which is not only impractical but dangerous too.

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