Sunday Loves Spaces: Kitchen Edit
Popping in today to share a few fave kitchens I've spotted lately - starting with this beachy beauty by Georgie Shepherd Design. I especially love the design of the kitchen island - the new-traditional shaker style, and the fact that it has nice deep drawers and space to sit. I'm really partial to those timber ledges, too - love that they went for two rather than a single, and how they wrap around onto two walls.
Photography by Christopher Morrison
See more of the beautiful Stanley House by Georgie Shepherd Design here.
Photography by Marnie Hawson
This humble little kitchen belongs to an original 1920's cottage which recently had a refresh thanks to Genine Noakes Design. I love the palette of powdery blues with driftwood hues - it's the perfect casual country aesthetic.
Photography by Thomas De Bruyne
Have you ever seen a stone countertop and splash back combo quite like this? And did you notice how the stone top is actually recessed down into the island slightly? *chef's kiss*
Also loving the way they’ve used the same whitewashed wood for the kitchen cabinetry, for that gorgeous ceiling, and for the dining set - dining table, bench seat and banquette. Designed by AM Residences.
Photography by Derek Swalwell
This showstopper of a kitchen was designed by Melbourne architects Kennedy Nolan for Laminex. We especially love all the oversized sculptural curves (those giant drum legs on the kitchen island, the scalloped cabinet fronts, the twin cylindrical rangehood...) and the palette of french cream, paper bark green and whitewashed oak - it's a palette that's purposefully muted, but still warm and organic at the same time.
Another day, another beautiful space conceived by the girls at Three Birds Renovations. See more of this kitchen (and it's matching 'hidden' laundry) here.