Parure HouseContemporary Dining Room, Melbourne

Photo of a medium sized contemporary kitchen/dining room in Melbourne with white walls, concrete flooring and no fireplace. —  Houzz
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jessedots wrote:6 July 2015
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    Architects EAT
    5 years ago

    Thank you - we are more phenomenological architects (as wanky as that sounds) and don't like to misrepresent materials. That's a 'false' impression on our spaces, and thus we embrace blockwork or concrete or timber etc. for all the features/faults they may have. Good luck with your concrete.

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    4 years ago

What Houzz contributors are saying:

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Parsons Gray {interior decoration + design} added this to Where to Spend and How to Save When Designing Your Kitchen7 July 2017

Spend… on lightingYour kitchen is one of the most used spaces in your home and the lighting can really make a difference to how it feels. Think about adding layers with LED task lighting under the wall units, as well as practical overhead fittings. Try to find a little give in your budget to accommodate great-quality, statement light fittings, such as a beautiful pendant. Special features, like the light-washed walls in this airy kitchen, are also worth considering during the planning stages.

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Connor Pannell added this to main house14 June 2020

good color combos with floors and cabinets and countertop

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Jo Green added this to Floors10 January 2020

Burnishing is a type of finish that is applied to a new concrete pour, before it is cured. A mechanical, powered trowel (helicopter) is used to create a finish that renders it with a level of sheen and the inconsistencies in colour are intended to form part of its appeal.

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