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This kitchen design includes an island bench layout creating a balanced work area with well-appointed appliances all within easy reach. The design also takes advantage of the great views. The mix of materials, surfaces and finishes work very well together.
More information available for this kitchen as a 2012 HIA NSW K&B award winner
Detailed finishes have been displayed beautifully in this farmhouse style traditional kitchen such as the corbelling and shelving. The timber floorboards set off the white cabinetry brilliantly.
A kitchen design with a definite warmth achieving both a retro and country feel, incorporating an AGA oven and Smeg refrigerator to add to the retro style.
More information available for this kitchen as a 2012 HIA Northern NSW K&B award winner
Featuring Orian granite used as the table top placed at the end of the island providing an informal dining area for the family.
More information available for this kitchen as a 2012 HIA Qld K&B award winner
This kitchen design includes a combination of attractive and interesting design accents such as the American oak battens and the decorative custom designed powder-coated screens contribute to achieving the overall effect of a contemporary beach house with eastern influence.
More information available for this kitchen as a 2012 HIA Sunshine Coast K&B award winner
Although large and spacious, this kitchen design is still welcoming using clever design elements such as lighting and interesting material selections adding warmth and a timeless appeal.
More information available for this kitchen as a 2012 HIA SA K&B award winner
This kitchen combines a number of different finishes. A combination of natural stone, timber, glass, paint, laminate and an amazing back-lit onyx bar, complement each other creating a stunning result.
More information available for this kitchen as a 2012 HIA Victoria K&B award winner
This design incorporates a clever combination of multiple materials creating an interesting timeless appeal. The spacious design incorporates a welcoming dining area within the kitchen.
More information available for this kitchen as a 2012 HIA WA K&B award winner
The kitchen connects visually with both the indoor living areas and outdoor areas. Abundant work spaces and storage ensured a tidy uncluttered kitchen, creating a welcoming ambient space.
The mirror splashback is illuminated with natural light creating the perception of a much larger space. Handle free drawer fronts and the suspended breakfast bar create a minimalistic uncluttered look with LED lights highlighting the gloss surfaces.
More information available for this kitchen as a 2012 HIA North Qld K&B award winner
The key design feature of this kitchen is the timber veneer bulkhead detail adding a bold element that wraps up the wall of the mezzanine floor level above creating a beautiful feature and linking the kitchen to the other architecture.
More information available for this kitchen as a 2012 HIA ACT K&B award winner
This kitchen incorporates a large appliance and work area hidden behind three tall doors. A fully integrated fridge and freezer on the rear wall and a suspended platform above the island cleverly incorporates the rangehood and work area task lighting.
More information available for this kitchen as a 2012 HIA Tasmania K&B award winner
Situated in a rural area, this home hasn't been updated since it was built in the 1980s. The client's brief to Mal Corboy Design was to design a sleek modern kitchen.
Quartz bench tops are featured in organic white with touch-in handles.
A range of the latest appliances in the industry have been installed.
With a gravity defying island bench top and the latest fittings and appliances, this kitchen designed by Archertec Interiors Canberra, is a great example of what can be done if you want to push the boundaries of construction and design.
The contrast between the light polyurethane and the dark timber veneer is harmoniously tied together with use of a two toned recycled quartz stone.
Reflecting the latest trends, this kitchen, designed by Robert Bayly Design and built by Alby Turner & Son Adelaide, has a new age appearance and incorporates top-end appliances.
This kitchen would suit a contemporary style of home. It is simple, appealing and demonstrates distinct areas of design flair.
Caesarstone® engineered stone surfaces are a smart and modern alternative
Elica has revolutionised the world of 'home' ventilation
As a heritage status home, there were certain restrictions on what could be altered throughout this project.
Mal Corboy Design were able to renovate the kitchen with a modern design as per the client’s brief, while keeping with the high standard of ornate furnishings throughout the rest of the house.
Carefully plan your electrical installation by considering the number of power outlets
Today’s kitchens use a myriad of appliances. To make this space more functional, it is essential to carefully plan your electrical installation by considering the number of power outlets, the convenience of motion sensors, safety devices, airflow, energy saving, and lighting design.
The ultimate in kitchen living, this project designed by Michelle Smith of dzineChoice and built by Choice Cabinetworks, demonstrates clean lines and modern finishes including polyurethane paints, grain filled veneer, stone, and modern lighting creating a wonderful ambience.
With a range of over 80 colours to select from, Staron® offers the most extensive range of solid surface in Australia
V-ZUG has always understood that design means more than just looking good
A luxurious and affordable kitchen, designed by Enigma Interiors, shows bold new trends in the industry.
The rangehood is an elegant Elica product with its highly decorative cascade of crystal. It is composed of hundreds of tiny glass prisms that make it a sophisticated light source while extracting fumes through the fan.
The cabinet doors have a unique and exciting ultra high gloss surface.
Hettich is one of the world’s largest producers of cabinet hardware and fittings.
Choosing the right finishes and hardware for your kitchen can be challenging, Mal Corboy’s design encapsulates a soft contemporary style with a dateless feel. By incorporating organic and modern finishes with Hettich LED lighting and handles the design has perfectly harmonised the existing constraints of the space. The kitchen then opens up to reveal Hettich soft close drawers and hinges to compliment the opulence and class of Mal’s design.
Curved kitchen benchtop in Staron colour Bright White
Benchtop featuring drop down edge in Staron Solid Surfaces
This captivating kitchen embraces its surrounds and takes inspiration from the natural bushland at its doorstep. The kitchen and al fresco barbeque space have been designed to effortlessly flow, blurring the line between the indoor and outdoor areas.
A custom graphic, designed by Kim Duffin, has been used for the glass pantry doors and splashback. This eye-catching detail is balanced by more subdued finishes such as textured wood grain laminate and a simple colour scheme of natural tones.