Toorak GardensTransitional Kitchen, Adelaide

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Photo of a large transitional u-shaped open plan kitchen in Adelaide with flat-panel cabinets, medium wood cabinets, solid surface benchtops, grey splashback, ceramic splashback, stainless steel appliances, slate floors, with island and multi-coloured floor. —  Houzz
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What Houzz contributors are saying:

Joanna Tovia added this to Best of the Week: 30 Kitchens With Wonderful Timber Touches21 January 2018

30. Location: Toorak Gardens, SAWhy we love it: The beauty of this kitchen is in the detail – in the splashback, the pendants and the grain in the timber. Lovely.Tell usAre you a fan of timber in the kitchen? How have you used it in your own renovation? Tell us in the Comments section below. And if you enjoyed this story, don’t forget to like it, share it, save it and join the conversation. MoreBest of the Week: Clever and Compact Spaces

Vanessa Walker added this to Picture Perfect: 40 Supreme Splashbacks From Around the Globe22 November 2017

13. Subtle yet stunning. Adelaide, SA

Georgia Madden added this to How Do I... Choose Cabinetry for a Dark Kitchen Floor?17 September 2017

Weathered finishesRaw, aged finishes are an emerging trend in kitchen cabinetry right now. They give your kitchen a warm, laid-back look and feel. We’re loving cabinetry in American oak timber veneer (a warm mid-tone), paired with matt-black panelling, aged brass hardware, and a dark floor.

Georgia Madden added this to Best of the Week: 29 Sensational Joinery Ideas8 August 2017

15. Location: Adelaide, South AustraliaWhy we love it: The soft graininess of wormy chestnut (with a satin finish) doors, back panel and floating shelves paired with the darkness of Dulux ‘Domino’ tick all the boxes in this kitchen. Cut-outs as handles are unobtrusive, allowing the pattern of the wood and tiles to sing.

Georgia Madden added this to Hot Tile Trends: The Styles You Need to Know About3 August 2017

Use grout to dress tiles up or downFor a bold, graphic look, a contrasting grout will highlight the form of the tiles and really bring out the pattern, Gilding says. For a more subtle effect, finish with a colour-matched grout. And if you love the look of shaped tiles, but you’re unsure if you want to take them across a whole wall, consider using them to pick out key architectural features, such as wall recesses or the area around a vanity. Tip: Gilding suggests using epoxy grout rather than cement grout as it’s stain-resistant and easier to clean.Epoxy vs Cement Grout: What’s the Difference?

Joanna Tovia added this to Buying a Home to Renovate a Top Priority: 2017 Houzz Survey30 July 2017

Renovation challengesStaying on budget was a challenge for 34 per cent of homeowners who have recently renovated, followed closely by finding the right service providers and sourcing the right materials. Defining their own style and funding the project were other challenges.

Deirdre Avenell added this to Pro Panel: The 8 Biggest Kitchen Blunders19 July 2017

6. Blunder: Selecting a clashing styleIt’s surprisingly common for people to forget about the furniture and other finishes in a room when selecting tiles. Tiles can be a beautiful way to finish a floor, but not when they clash with other elements in a room.

Georgia Madden added this to How to Renovate Your Kitchen for Profit16 July 2017

Focus on noticeable areasDon’t have the budget for a full kitchen overhaul? Focus on improving an area that buyers will see the moment they walk in, such as a splashback, says Azmi. “Retiling your splashback can make a huge difference to the look and feel of your kitchen, and can cost as little as $20 per square metre.”

What Houzzers are commenting on:

Deborah Biancotti added this to Deborah's Ideas8 September 2020

Like the patterned splashback. A little too many textures here for me - or maybe simply too much wood grain. Like the Euro feel.

Ramona Harry added this to Veronica Court23 July 2020

It would be interesting to do a graphic tile

Meg L added this to My ideas19 July 2020

Cut out handles. Wood and black.

HU-263870526 added this to Kitchen18 June 2020

Colours quite nice. A bit too much wood, but nice splashback.

anna_thom22 added this to Kitchen9 May 2020

highlight splashback. Set back exhaust maybe better than cupboard based but don't like the cupboards either side like that. Don't like sink in the island

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