Every geek and / or foodie who loves cooking needs this clever invention in the kitchen.

Every geek and / or foodie who loves cooking needs this clever invention in the kitchen. Your a foodie. What do u think?

I've been on the hunt for inspiration for our kitchen mini-reno, this marble splashback is definitely ticking my boxes ✔️ from the home of Melbourne interior designer Lynn Cheong @derek_swalwell for @houseandgarden by Cortese Architects

I've been on the hunt for inspiration for our kitchen mini-reno, this marble splashback is definitely ticking my boxes ? from the home of Melbourne interior designer Lynn Cheong for by Cortese Architects

Melbourne residence Alta Architecture  Our Media Design Studio by lucdesign http://amzn.to/2keVOw4

Melbourne residence Alta Architecture Our Media Design Studio by lucdesign

A convenient drawer to have in otherwise wasted space

Great use of dead space with hidden sponge cabinet located below kitchen sink. Hidden pull-out panel below kitchen sink housing kitchen sponges and accessories. - Model Home Interior Design

Budget-friendly ways to revamp your kitchen.  Styling by Tessa Kavanagh. Photography by Derek Swalwell.

A classic, luxurious kitchen achieved with the use of marble on the waterfall island bench, as well the benchtop to bulkhead splashback material, framed by the dark cabinetry it just looks divine!

Luxury, opulence and style aren’t words you’d usually associate with a bachelor pad, but this stunning Auckland home is certainly an exception. Story by Debbie Harrison The ultimate man cave Adam Thomson’s home in Mt Eden, Auckland, would have many a man swooning. Cowhides and leather couches. A primeval-looking fireplace set into a cleft in a …

A year-long renovation transformed this traditional Mt Eden, Auckland villa into a contemporary and luxurious bachelor pad


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