Port Melbourne Renovation

Derek Swalwell

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Emma Bolger added this to Design Rules: 5 Ways to Create a Timeless Interior26 June 2020

Or mix it up: If your decorating style embraces different textures, or you’re looking to do something a little different to the norm, then select a different material, colour and/or texture (timber, metallic, glass or statement colour) for cupboards, splashbacks, benches, or fixtures and other fittings. This kitchen is a good example, utilising oak veneer (un-stained with a sprayed clear coat) for the cupboards and extended ceiling in addition to a black veneer bench, the streamlined design creates a statement within the home while not overpowering the rest of the interior. It is this balance, between statement and a complementary streamlined design – that makes it timeless.

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bill_boler added this to mid century modern kitchen13 May 2020

colors, black island, light wood grain cabs and ceiling

abbycbrooks added this to kitchen18 October 2019

Like asymmetrical and no counter in the back

ABC Architecture added this to Hi14 June 2019

The timber deco above and on the wall

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