St Kilda West contemporary-kitchen
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St Kilda West Contemporary Kitchen, Melbourne

This is an example of a large contemporary kitchen in Melbourne with marble benchtops and an island. — Houzz

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ekweaver wrote:
Love the tiles - Where did the tiles on the front of the island come from? Can anyone help please?
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Tiento Tiles
Hi tiles are Popham design. Available at Tiento tiles Prahran
clarex wrote:
Where did the black bar stool come from?
Sara Finnigan wrote:
Range hood - Hi, does anyone know where to source this range hood or similar ? Thanks!!

What Houzz contributors are saying:

Susan Redman added this to 8 Essential Kitchen Style Decisions to Tick Off at Design Stage
3. Your finishesLet your visual reference and colour palette direct your selection of finishes for cabinetry, benchtops, taps and sinks. In a Norwegian wood theme, add contrast by combining blonde veneers with white stone or black granite benchtops and add interest with geometric pattern tiles. If installed in an island bench, taps and sinks become the focus of the entertaining area, so for minimalist looks, choose something sleek and sculptural.
Joanna Tovia added this to Fresh Twists on Your Favourite Interior Fads
The other way to future-proof a trend is to embrace it with gusto. Confidence is key when it comes to interiors that work, and the face of this kitchen island is a case in point.
Joanna Tovia added this to Face First: Kitchen Islands Showing Off Their Best Side
Tiling the front of your island with graphic or whimsical tiles says a whole lot more about your personal style than one that simply matches the kitchen cabinetry.
Louise O'Bryan added this to Little Luxuries That Lift Your Kitchen in a Big Way
Alternatively, you could liven up a kitchen island with some flamboyant tiles and finish the striking feature with a shapely stool or two.
Rebecca Gross added this to Kitchen Kicker: Islands With a Difference
Still in Melbourne, this kitchen has an impressive stone island bench that reflects the restrained palette throughout the house. Adding pattern, the encaustic tiles are Honeycomb Hex by Popham Design, a Moroccan studio where all tiles are handmade by skilled artisans.
Bagnato Architects P/L added this to Artful Impact: How Bold Images and Surfaces Invigorate a Home
1. Kitchen joinery – restrained approachLining the outer face of this kitchen island in geometric-patterned tiles brings the room to life and makes it feel less utilitarian – perfect for a kitchen that extends into an open-plan living and dining space where decorative appeal is key. Tip: The tiles on the face of this kitchen island have been cleverly contained within a border created by the benchtop and the slab end. Using this technique means that if you tire of the tiles, you can simply replace them without affecting the rest of the island unit.
Joanna Tovia added this to Best of the Week: 35 Great Ways With Pattern Around the World
27. Location: St Kilda West, VictoriaDesigner: Kennedy NolanFeatures: The island face is prime real estate when it comes to a place to put pattern.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

Mary Stewart added this to maryprimrosestewart's ideas
Bench kickback w gold veined marble & timber
HU-442965745 added this to 426 South Ave
Tile bar front (not that design)
Millers of Carnoustie added this to Extension/Renovation
Hexagon design on wall of island

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