Neptune St - CoogeeContemporary Kitchen, Sydney
What Houzz contributors are saying:
SolutionMake your kitchen a considered part of the architecture of your home and the style of the living area right from the planning stage. When choosing elements for your kitchen – such as colours, benchtop and splashback materials, and joinery styles – ask yourself if they suit the design era of your home and the decor in the adjoining spaces.Repeating the same colours and finishes in your kitchen and living spaces can help create a sense of cohesion between the two areas.See how the designers of this open-plan kitchen/dining/living space introduced a continuity of materials throughout
How else did you add storage? Kennedy: The timber buffet in the dining area to the left of the kitchen is really an extension of the kitchen and stores many kitchen items. This meant I could design the open marble shelf along the back of the kitchen without sacrificing cupboard storage.