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1,109 Likes, 19 Comments - Adore Home Magazine (@adoremagazine) on Instagram: “There’s no denying that potted plants indoors can really make a room come to life. I love the way…”

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My inspo for our next house... I am dying for a black kitchen and that window splashback and window above the overhead cabinetry are both perfection ❤️ Designed and built by @jameswoodforddesign Photo @gemmola Styling @ruthwelsby

My inspo for our next house... I am dying for a black kitchen and that window splashback and window above the overhead cabinetry are both perfection ❤️ Designed and built by @jameswoodforddesign Photo @gemmola Styling @ruthwelsby

Butler's Pantry through secret door in tall cupboards - different colour doors on pantry

Armadale Interior

Butler's Pantry through secret door in tall cupboards - different colour doors on pantry

Kylie at the long Corian benchtop, which affords her ample working space. To the right of the bench is a concealed butler’s pantry. “With the amount of entertaining we do, it’s wonderful to have a designated place for mess,” she says. Stools, Clickon Furniture. Flooring, American oak with a black japan finish. Australian House & Garden

Kylie at the long Corian benchtop, which affords her ample working space. To the right of the bench is a concealed butler’s pantry. “With the amount of entertaining we do, it’s wonderful to have a designated place for mess,” she says. Stools, Clickon Furniture. Flooring, American oak with a black japan finish. Australian House & Garden

Apartment Tour - An Australian Interior Designer, Suzanne Gorman's Home

Apartment Tour – An Australian Interior Designer’s Home

Glass window splashback. Love the long kitchen need overhead storage though.

Glass window splashback. Love the long kitchen need overhead storage though.


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Beautiful kitchen splashback. The white is nice and bright too. Modern Kitchen Oatley | Art of Kitchens (2188) Big long kitchen drawers.

Beautiful kitchen splashback. The white is nice and bright too. Modern Kitchen Oatley | Art of Kitchens (2188) Big long kitchen drawers.

Window backsplash  | Contemporary interior design| www.bocadolobo.com | #beachstyle #luxurydesign

Window backsplash

Window backsplash | Contemporary interior design| www.bocadolobo.com | #beachstyle #luxurydesign

Cantilever Interiors, Ivanhoe. Beautiful method of bringing natural light into the kitchen without sacrificing wall unit storage

Cantilever Interiors, Ivanhoe. Beautiful method of bringing natural light into the kitchen without sacrificing wall unit storage

Modern Home in Melbourne by Robert Simeoni Blends Simplicity With Style

Modern Home in Melbourne by Robert Simeoni Blends Simplicity With Style

Modern Decoration

Modern Decoration

Lennox Street House by Corben Architects- Love the window splashback, pendant lights & the industrial stools

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An option is to make the island counter wider to include extra seating

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High Ideal by [Architect Prineas](http://www.architectprineas.com.au/|target="_blank"). Here’s how to create massive impact on a meagre budget. The owners of this 1930s bungalow on Sydney’s North Shore hired architect Eva-Marie Prineas of Architect Prineas to renovate the rear of their home. “Faced with a very tight budget, we started with a traditional shed-like structure which would be simple to build and then explored ways to bring in natural light through the manipulation of the roof,”…

High Ideal by [Architect Prineas](http://www.architectprineas.com.au/|target="_blank"). Here’s how to create massive impact on a meagre budget. The owners of this 1930s bungalow on Sydney’s North Shore hired architect Eva-Marie Prineas of Architect Prineas to renovate the rear of their home. “Faced with a very tight budget, we started with a traditional shed-like structure which would be simple to build and then explored ways to bring in natural light through the manipulation of the roof,”…

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