Wooden Box HouseContemporary Kitchen, Melbourne

Christine Francis

Inspiration for a small contemporary open plan kitchen in Melbourne with black cabinets, marble benchtops, white splashback, subway tile splashback, stainless steel appliances, light hardwood floors and with island. —  Houzz
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Joanna Tovia added this to Kiwis Name Their Top 30 Favourite Kitchens of 201820 November 2018

4. Location: Melbourne, VictoriaDesigner: Moloney ArchitectsFeatures: Plywood and pot plants come together to turn this kitchen into something special.

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Joanna Tovia added this to Top 30: Australia's Favourite Kitchens of 201820 November 2018

22. Location: Melbourne, VictoriaDesigner: Moloney ArchitectsFeatures: Plywood and pot plants come together to turn this kitchen into something special.

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Joanna Tovia added this to Dish it Up: The Best-Looking Kitchens of 20172 October 2017

22. Location: Ballarat, VictoriaKey features: Hoop pine plywood brings a humble quality to this out-of-the-ordinary kitchen, and greenery brings it to life.

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Georgia Madden added this to How Do I... Add Plants to My Kitchen?18 September 2017

Plants are a wonderful addition to a kitchen. They add a touch of colour and calm, while cooling and purifying the air – and all for very little outlay.

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Rebecca Gross added this to Kitchen Kicker: Islands With a Difference10 May 2017

This kitchen in Ballarat, Victoria, is a relaxed and social space in the home of architects Mick and Jules Moloney. They designed the island bench like a piece of furniture, and it sits off the floor to enhance the sense of airiness in the room. They also integrated the stovetop into the island to encourage conversation between the cook and those sitting around the bench. “We love that you don’t have to turn your back on the space,” Mick says.

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Rebecca Gross added this to Stickybeak of the Week: A Living Space Thought Out Inside the Box9 April 2017

The kitchen is a relaxed and social space. Mick and Jules designed the island bench like a piece of furniture, and had it sit off the floor to enhance the sense of airiness in the room. They also integrated the cooktop into the island bench to encourage conversation between the cook and those sitting around the bench. “We love that you don’t have to turn your back on the space,” Mick says. Kitchen: Moloney Architects

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Joanna Tovia added this to Out-of-the-Ordinary Kitchen Islands Designed to Dazzle4 April 2017

Light on its feetWith extra storage one of the outcomes desired by homeowners in a renovated kitchen, islands tend to be blocky to accommodate drawers on one or both sides. When your kitchen has ample storage built in elsewhere, however, the island can take on a different form. This island was designed to look like a piece of furniture, to sit off the floor and complement the extension’s airy feel.

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marciagreenpea added this to Our house renovation3 July 2020

Pot plants against black background

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Pamela McAllister added this to Kitchen2 July 2020

Exposed beam ceiling. Table/bench