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This bright and light shaker style kitchen is painted in bespoke Tom Howley paint colour; Chicory, the light Ivory Spice granite worktops and Mazzano Tumbled marble flooring create a heightened sense of space.
This Coastal Inspired Farmhouse with bay views puts a casual and sophisticated twist on beach living. Interior Design by Blackband Design and Home Build by Arbor Real Estate.
Krista + Home
Design by Krista Watterworth Design Studio in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida. Photo by Lesley Unruh. A view to the intercoastal waterway in this beautiful double island chef's kitchen. Shaker Nordic White cabinetry with Quartzite counters and white ceramic herringbone backsplash. Kravet counter stools in Sunbrella fabric with contrasting sunflower welt. Wood floors throughout.
Lauren Rubin Architecture
Minett Studio Architecture and Design
Hill Farm Furniture Ltd
Bright, open and airy Knocking through a few rooms to create a large open-plan area, the owners of this sleek kitchen wanted to create a free, fluid space that made the kitchen the unequivocal hub of the home whilst at the same time stylistically linking to the rest of the property. We were tasked with creating a large open-plan kitchen and dining area that also leads through to a cosy snug, ideal for relaxing after a hard afternoon over the Aga!! The owners gave us creative control in the space, so with a loose rein and a clear head we fashioned a faultless kitchen complete with a large central island, a sunken sink and Quooker tap. For optimum storage (and a dash of style) we built a number of large larders, one of which cleverly conceals a television, as well as a false chimney surround to frame the Aga and a bespoke drinks unit. All the units are hand-crafted from Quebec Yellow Timber and hand-painted in Zoffany ‘Smoke’ and ‘Elephant Gray’ Walnut worktops, with Silestone ‘Lagoon’ Worktops around the outside and American Black Walnut on the island. Photo: Chris Ashwin
Darren James Interiors
Ditching the hectic city life in favour of a more relaxed pace in the country, empty nesters Chris and Veronica decided to uproot their life in Sydney and move to their holiday home, nestled in the lush rolling hinterland of Bangalow, Byron Bay. Forming part of a larger extension and renovation, the client’s desire for their new kitchen was to create a visual centrepiece for the home that made an impactful statement whilst still remaining welcoming, relaxed and family friendly. As avid entertainers, it was a priority that the kitchen had a semi-commercial feel, was well equipped with high-grade appliances, durable surfaces and designated work zones to facilitate catering for large parties and events. Both partners have travelled extensively to far corners of the world collecting beautiful things, there was a natural desire for the space to reflect their global style and layer a mix of sentimental and bohemian inspired pieces from all over the world.
Designer: Jan Kepler; Cabinetry: Plato Woodwork; Counter top: White Pearl Quartzite from Pacific Shore Stones; Counter top fabrication: Pyramid Marble, Santa Barbara; Backsplash Tile: Walker Zanger from C.W. Quinn; Photographs by Elliott Johnson
Martha O'Hara Interiors
Interior Design by Martha O'Hara Interiors; Build by REFINED, LLC; Photography by Troy Thies Photography; Styling by Shannon Gale
The Salted Chair
WORKS by Jesse DeBenedictis, LLC
Kitchen renovation on Boston's North Shore. Photo: Corey Nickerson
Mowlem & Co
This updated classical English hand-painted bespoke kitchen works sympathetically with its grand period property in London, offering grace and elegance in a superbly functional design for modern living Photo: Jake Fitzjones
Dan Brunn Architecture
Kitchen Decor Designs & Ideas