White MinimalistScandinavian Kitchen, Sydney

Dan Kitchens Australia Pty Ltd

This is an example of a mid-sized scandinavian galley eat-in kitchen in Sydney with a drop-in sink, white cabinets, quartz benchtops, stainless steel appliances, porcelain floors and with island. —  Houzz
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debmate76 wrote:9 May 2015
suero wrote:1 Nov. 2014
zaffa wrote:26 Jun. 2016
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    Dan Kitchens Australia

    It is our "DKA white". It is one of our custom proprietary colours.

Kirsten Murray wrote:22 Jan. 2015
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    Dan Kitchens Australia
    We would if we could Kirsten, we had no involvement with the tiles.
John Wheatley UA Creative wrote:27 Dec. 2014
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    Dan Kitchens Australia
    Hi John,

    Yes, storage space is at a premium with this design. More suited for your empty nester! It has one integrated fridge/freezer and a tall door pantry.

    If you needed more space a scullery or pantry could be built behind the kitchen, or lengthen the kitchen and add more pantry doors.
ottofred wrote:27 Oct. 2014
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    Dan Kitchens Australia
    Hi ottofred, are you referring to the bar stools? They are Eric Buch bar stools and come in a variety of colour options. They can be purchased through Great Dane Furniture in Melbourne.

What Houzz contributors are saying:

georgia4321
Georgia Madden added this to How Do I... Choose a Kitchen Benchtop Material?4 Sep 2017

Certain marbles: It’s hard to beat Calacatta Oro marble, with its pale grey veining, for sheer luxury and impact. However, it has a hefty price tag, plus as a surface it’s soft, porous and difficult to maintain. For a more affordable alternative, consider Carrara marble (which we love). For a more durable option, consider Dolomite marble. All marble types will need to be re-sealed regularly. Corian: This acrylic-based, solid surface is super hygienic, stain-resistant and low-maintenance (no sealing required). It’s also very versatile: small pieces can be welded together to give you a seamless look from sink to benchtop, with no visible joins. No other materials can achieve this apart from concrete and stainless steel. It comes in a decent range of colours and patterns, although there’s not as much choice as you’d find in engineered stone. Mid to high pricing – expect to pay around the same price as you would for some of the more expensive engineered stones.

susanredmanryan
Susan Redman added this to How Your Star Sign Influences Your Decorating Style8 Aug 2016

Those born under the star sign of Virgo like a minimalist decor and dislike being cooped up in a messy, dirty home. They are also known to be practical, well organised and meticulous people, although they can find it difficult to operate effectively in the middle of chaos. As Virgos have an affinity for the outdoors, they should design and decorate with this in mind. The clean lines of this kitchen would appeal to Virgos’ aversion to clutter, and the close proximity of the natural world would calm their nerves when the kitchen is a little untidy.

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Adam Hobill : Design added this to Hidden Costs to Consider in a Kitchen Renovation20 Apr 2016

Ducting for range hoodsAnother important consideration in any kitchen is the cooking ventilation system; the exhaust fan, or range hood. These systems expel odours, steam, grease and heat generated by cooking and are located above the stovetop. However, it is important that we consider them as ventilation systems, not just range hoods. Although you are likely to choose your ventilation system based on both appearance and performance, the hidden ducting is just as important in ensuring that the system will be effective.

grace_chamia
Grace Chamia added this to Picture Perfect: 28 Kitchens With Breathtaking Views11 Jan 2016

25. Into the wild. Sydney, Australia

What Houzzers are commenting on:

mdmrlm
mdmrlm added this to Lighting2 Oct 2019

love the square black but they are big $$

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