Mona Vale Kitchen. Design and installation.Transitional Kitchen, Sydney

Jarrad Duffy Photography

Photo of a mid-sized transitional l-shaped kitchen in Sydney with a drop-in sink, recessed-panel cabinets, black cabinets, white splashback, stainless steel appliances, light hardwood floors and with island. —  Houzz
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Nicole A wrote:21April,2018
  • oklouise
    2 years ago

    it's so good to have a professional opinion with a clear explanation of why something works better one way or the other and i hope your customers appreciate the extra thought but depends on the habits of the cook and at least you still have a corner counter which is so much easier to work at but i have such a fine collection of treasured occasional use big appliances that fit very nicely in my big corner cabinet and i also have another corner accessible from outside the island, many thanks for your considerate response

  • Jodie
    2 years ago
    I'm a bit in love with those lights !
bhp19 wrote:8December,2018
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    CTI Kitchens & Designer Joinery
    last year
    Hi

    5000 back wall x3000
    With 3000 island
  • bhp19
    last year
    Thank you, appreciate your reply.
Nicole Marue wrote:21November,2017
  • PRO
    CTI Kitchens & Designer Joinery
    2 years ago

    Hi Nicole. Unfortunately these were purchased by the client from the UK to my understanding so i don't have any details. Sorry I couldn't be of more assistance

    Paul Snelling

  • Nicole Marue
    2 years ago

    Thank You Paul

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34. Pretty, nice. Sydney, NSW Designer: CTI Kitchens & Designer JoineryTell usWhich of these island benches do you prefer? Tell us if any of these ideas would work for you – or whether we’ve missed something. And while you’re at it, like this story, save your favourite images and join the conversation.MoreCraving more design inspiration? Don’t miss last week’s Picture Perfect: 25 Ideas for Narrow Spaces in Your Home

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Joanna Tovia added this to Best of the Week: 26 Hamptons-Style Homes in Australia16 October 2018

3. Location: Mona Vale, NSWDesigner: CTI Kitchens & Designer JoineryFeatures: The island face adds that something special.

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Vanessa Walker added this to Best of the Week: 30 Homes with Hamptons Style11 December 2017

21. Location: Sydney, NSWWhy we love it: While this kitchen’s a bit more or the dark side than expected, it still embodies Hamptons style in a contemporary iteration, with unexpected decorative vibes.

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Joanna Tovia added this to Dish it Up: The Best-Looking Kitchens of 20172 October 2017

16. Location: Sydney, NSWKey features: A tiled island face can take a classic kitchen to the next level.8 Finishing Touches to Make Your Kitchen Stand Out

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Joanna Tovia added this to Best of the Week: Warm and Wonderful Family Kitchens7 September 2017

17. Location: Mona Vale, NSWDesigner: CTI Kitchens & Designer JoineryWhy we love it: Multiple stools and a sizeable fridge meet the needs of hungry kids (and their friends, when need be), while tiling the face of the island cheers up the otherwise cool black kitchen.

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Melanie Gardener added this to 15 Kitchen Trends Set to Hit Big in 201718 December 2016

11. Combinations of patternsWith more education of homeowners and easier dissemination of design ideas worldwide, we’re seeing a welcome move towards pushing the boundaries of pattern, shape and colour combinations. What this means is homeowners are more open to combinations of patterns or textures that wouldn’t traditionally be considered – for example, here we have a geometric pattern on the island front, combined with a subway tile for the splashback.Kitchen islands showing off their best side

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Joanna Tovia added this to Face First: Kitchen Islands Showing Off Their Best Side12 October 2016

PatternThese classic tiles enhance the Hamptons-style aesthetic of this Sydney home, adding a welcoming dose of pattern in complementary tones.

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Joanna Tovia added this to 8 Finishing Touches to Make Your Kitchen Stand Out From the Crowd26 September 2016

4. Add the unexpectedCookie-cutter kitchens are nice, but who wants nice when you can have a kitchen that wows? The tiles on the front of this island bench give this kitchen character galore, without deviating from the Hamptons style of this Sydney home. Imagine the same bench in black or white. Still fine, but not nearly as lovely.Browse more kitchens like this

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heidiergang
heidiergang added this to Kitchen10 July 2020

Pattern on an island. Not this one but would be interesting

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