East MalvernContemporary Kitchen, Melbourne

John Wheatley - UA Creative

Inspiration for a contemporary u-shaped kitchen in Melbourne with a double-bowl sink, flat-panel cabinets, white cabinets, stainless steel appliances, dark hardwood flooring and an island. —  Houzz
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poppy222 wrote:6 March 2016
  • nicolakwai
    4 years ago
    if you click on the photo there is a green tag on the flooring. If you click on that it gives you some information.
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    LSA Architects
    4 years ago

    This is a Rosewood board that was existing in the house before renovating, we polished and a matte finish was used.

Sonya Slater wrote:26 August 2015
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    LSA Architects
    5 years ago

    There are 2 pac paint finish.

What Houzz contributors are saying:

Kate Burt added this to 16 Ways to Work a Dreamy Kitchen Splashback Window17 September 2019

2 LSA Architects

Sarah Alcroft added this to 9 Reasons to Love Wooden Floors10 February 2016

Vary the widthsYour choice of narrow versus wide planks is down to personal preference, and your decision will be influenced by the overall look you want to achieve. Slim floorboards are less common, but they can look elegant, and are a nice change to the chunkier boards we typically see. In this kitchen, they provide a pleasing contrast to the wider lines of the cabinets, adding texture to the slick scheme.

Liz Durnan added this to Ask an Expert: 17 Ways to Communicate Your Vision to Your Architect19 November 2014

Keep communicatingWhy not invite your architect over for dinner? As with any relationship, good communication is crucial to keeping it healthy. Talk regularly to your architect by phone, email or in person. Be patient, have respect and listen to your architect and they will be more likely to do the same for you. It’s their job to distill your ideas and combine this with their vision – a delicate process requiring patience on both sides.

Cathy Rebecca added this to Architecture: Cut a Dash With Sleek Ribbon Windows10 September 2014

Behind the kitchen sink, worktop and hob, ribbon windows can double as an easy-to-clean splashback. In this kitchen, cabinets above the benchtop provide for additional lighting and an extractor, without interrupting the openness of the ribbon windows.

What Houzz users are commenting on:

Carrots added this to karenpocock_66's ideas15 September 2020

lighting above the wall units splashback window

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