Modern Classic Style HomeContemporary Kitchen, Melbourne

Liam Cullinane

Large contemporary u-shaped eat-in kitchen in Melbourne with a double-bowl sink, flat-panel cabinets, black cabinets, white splashback, quartz benchtops, medium hardwood floors, marble splashback, stainless steel appliances, with island, brown floor and white benchtop. —  Houzz
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jkcfamily wrote:1April,2016
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    Tennille Joy Interiors
    4 years ago

    Hi JKCFamily, the colour is from Dulux and it's called Domino. All the best, Tennille

  • jkcfamily
    4 years ago


meadowdream wrote:27February,2017
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    Tennille Joy Interiors
    3 years ago


    This is a satin finish on the cabinets.

    Kind Regards,


gabbikearney wrote:31October,2016
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    Tennille Joy Interiors
    4 years ago

    Hi Gabbi, the white cabinets are in Dulux Lexicon White. All the best! Tennille

What Houzz contributors are saying:

Anne Ellard Design added this to Expert Eye: How to Work Dark Tones Into Your Kitchen25 July 2017

Designer tip: When combining black and white, or any combination of light and dark colours in a small space, it’s a good idea to use the darker colours on lower cabinetry, and possibly benchtops, while keeping the upper cabinetry white. This helps to open up the space and avoids a top-heavy look.

Anne Ellard Design added this to Designing a New Kitchen? Find Your Dishwasher Sweet Spot19 February 2017

Having said that, people are often creatures of habit, so I sometimes find my clients will prefer to locate the dishwasher in their new kitchen on the same side of the sink that it was positioned in their old kitchen, regardless of whether they are left or right handed. The overall layout of the rest of the kitchen and the location of other appliances is also important to consider, so try not to become wedded to left or right at the expense of creating a poor layout in other respects.

Natasha Saroca added this to 16 Knock-Out Kitchen Cabinet Combos14 February 2016

10. Black and whiteYou can’t go wrong if you work contrasting cabinets in a classic black and white palette into your kitchen. Not only does the colour combo ooze drama and timeless appeal, but the high-contrast hues can also add dimension to a space. Here, a sleek black floor-to-ceiling cupboard draws the eye up to the ceiling, creating the illusion of height, while the coordinating base cabinets that line the perimeter of the room ground the scheme. Meanwhile, the crisp white fingerpull wall cupboards enhance the room’s airy feel and ensure the space doesn’t appear too top heavy.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

peggypistols35 added this to peggypistols35's ideas7 November 2020

tall cupboards and dishwasher placement

Jojo added this to Kitchen18 August 2020

Freestanding dishwasher and colour scheme

bill_boler added this to living room21 May 2020

colors, cabs, use mirror behind sink instead of window

chrisalaaf added this to Anke‘s Kitchen13 May 2020

Noch ein Beispiel. Oben alles weiss (hell) unten dunkel. Man hat hier halt stark den Kontrast von hell und dunkel. Ein grauer countertop würde mehr mit den unteren cabinets verschmelzen.

Artemis Spinoza added this to condo1 February 2020

I think this would look really nice with acacia floors

Seleka Kerr added this to mrskerr's Ideas22 October 2019

Black and white cabinets L shape

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