Spoonbill House, Peregian Beach, Sunshine Coast, QueenslandContemporary Kitchen, Sunshine Coast

Design ideas for a mid-sized contemporary kitchen in Sunshine Coast with flat-panel cabinets, white cabinets, green splashback, glass tile splashback, stainless steel appliances, medium hardwood floors and with island. —  Houzz
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Georgia Madden added this to How Do I... Choose Indoor Trailing Plants?30 December 2018

What are some of the easiest species to grow?1. Devil’s ivy (Epipremnum aureum): Pictured here, this lush, hardy plant is a great choice for beginner indoor gardeners as it requires very little maintenance.

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Georgia Madden added this to Best of the Week: 25 Kitchens With Colourful Touches23 November 2017

14. Location: Sunshine Coast, Queensland Why we love it: Because it shows how a coloured splashback – apple green in this instance – is all you need to inject life into an all-white kitchen. Top points for the overhead trellis that ties the colours together perfectly.

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Vanessa Walker added this to 14 Clever Ideas From Homes Around the World4 July 2017

5. Bring the outside in, big timeHere’s another decorating idea that’s relatively straightforward, if you have a decent amount of light entering a room; erect a trellis just below ceiling height, then train a trailing vine such as devil’s ivy (Pothos), which can grow up to several metres in the right indoor conditions, over the top to provide a beautiful green canopy. This is particularly appealing above a dining table or as a softening device in an otherwise hard-surfaced area. Tip: For maximum convenience this can be grown out of a plumbed-in planter.See more spaces designed for plant lovers

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Louise O'Bryan added this to Little Luxuries That Lift Your Kitchen in a Big Way20 February 2017

Touches of greeneryNothing evokes the feel-good factor more than a touch of greenery, and with a few carefully selected plants displayed around the kitchen, or draped across a supported trellis, you’ll have a room with renewed vigour and vitality. What’s more, if you’re keen to add some colour to an all-white space, indoor plants or herbs will easily colour it up, while their natural benefits will ensure the space feels fresh and uplifting. Tip: Look out for plants that can cope with the fluctuating heat and humidity, such as mother-in-law’s tongue (Sansevieria trifasciata), and tropical devil’s ivy (Epipremnum aureum).

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rosewhitlock added this to Living Room Ideas19 July 2020

grow vine plant over ceiling beams in lounge/dining

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HU-987186614 added this to My ideas17 July 2020

using paint to frame a modest space when there are few architectural details at hand.

tanya1967
tanya1967 added this to Kitchen Ideas13 June 2020

Splash back in green in the white and timber kitchen

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Ross Turner added this to kitchen2 June 2020

Dont like the colour but solid colour splashback is a thought. Achievable with tiles

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