Love the colour marble??
Beautiful stone bench colours
Print and light
Love the vein in stone colour. Plus colour scheme
Love the window
Nice colour kitchen bench top
Like the ribbed detail
Like the ribbed detail end of kitchen bench
Beautiful cooker check out the price. Comes in lots of colours
Simple clean white
Laundry clean lines love the tiles
Great complimentary colours for kitchen bench and cupboard
Love the design layout, textures and colours
Love the textures and colours in this kitchen
Grey with timber insert cupboards look great
Grey with timber contrast
Don’t like colour but like the layout and paneling
Simple white and timber kitchen and love the tiles
Dark colours with timber
Colour combinations - earthy tones
Beautiful natural looking kitchen blends with floor
2. Take storage from floor to ceilingAdequate storage is one of the most important things buyers are looking for. If you’re re-doing your kitchen, maximise your storage potential by installing cupboards that run the full length of walls from floor to ceiling, and take them as wide as possible. Good to know: Open shelving will need cleaning and styling from time to time, so only install it in spots you can reach. Install closed cupboards in high spots and use them to store items you only use occasionally, such as storage boxes and platters.
The kitchen is warm and modern with a Carrara marble island and benchtops, and black and timber joinery. The black cabinetry complements the architectural details throughout, while the timber cabinetry harmonises with the brick wall outside.
A glass splashback extends the length of the kitchen bench. “The one-piece splashback window gives a glimpse of the beautifully mottled, recycled brick,” Morris explains.
1. Warm Up Classic Whites With Modern TimbersWhite kitchens are a timeless choice that continue to emerge as the winner of the kitchen popularity contest, but best of all this look is extremely easy-going and adaptable. White cabinetry is the perfect companion to many other textures and finishes, such as rich timber accents that warm up the space to make the scheme more inviting. Try pairing white with a statement feature such as a timber-panelled island front, or a timber rear benchtop. Alternatively, emulate a high-end look without the designer price tag by using timber detailing to define the joinery and open shelves.Introduce timber accents through the accessories. Extend the warming timber theme through to the door handles, kitchen stools and even the pendant lights, for a designer look that feels slick and polished.
Like this timber white combo