This expansive galley style kitchen has contrasting colours & textures with woodgrain finish dark melamine features, and smooth quartz look laminate benchtops. The tall doors hide access through to a full size walk in pantry room, making great storage space behind the main room. Reeded glass doors to the back of the island give a solid finishing touch to the space.
Small details are the star of this Kangarilla kitchen, giving a simplistic yet stunning look. Care has been taken to ensure doors & drawers line up to create sleekness, while downlights under cabinets and under sink soft close drawers make it a practical space. A subtle touch of luxury has been added with pearlescent inserts to the stainless steel framed doors, and natural granite benchtops and splashbacks.
Country with an edge, this striking kitchen in rural South Australia combines black doors with a terrazzo style Caeserstone benchtop. Slab ends to the stone make the benchtop a seamless, flowing surface, and with the space saving accessories incorporated into the cabinets, a tricky layout has been turned into a spacious and clever room. Lift up aluminium framed doors with Perspex inserts, and two different glass splashback colours reflect light and add interest.
High gloss Createc doors shine brilliantly in this kitchen, just made for entertaining a crowd in Mawson Lakes. A bar fridge tucked under the bench allows easy serving to the alfresco area, while a Bifold appliance unit hides away the clutter in an instant.
A simple yet strikingly effective contrast colour scheme is used in the large family kitchen in Mount Barker. The three colours include a combination of gloss vinyl and textured woodgrain melamine to add extra depth to the finish. Placing the sink under the window leaves the island free to prepare meals and creates a minimalist look.
The organic feel of this kitchen matches its Balhannah setting, with simple grey doors allowing the horizontal woodgrain melamine feature panels, and pressed metal splashbacks to take centre stage. Cupboards to the back of the island with reeded glass inserts create a space for stools to tuck neatly away.
In a modern addition to an early St Georges home, a burgundy metallic glass splashback complements the original Jarrah flooring perfectly, and provides a stark contrast to the gloss white cabinets.Long handles accentuate the lines of the drawers, which include a bank of Blum corner drawers. Stainless steel kickboards and a shadowline below the benchtop complete this sparkling kitchen.
Old meets new in this luxurious open plan living area; traditional 2 pack shaker doors mix with glossy dark melamine and glass feature panels to bring a modern touch to a beautifully restored Goodwood residence. Large pantry cabinets and ample preparation space make this an extremely practical kitchen.