Three effective uses of surfaces in kitchen designs



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Surfaces, benchtops and stone can be features and focus points of the modern kitchen design. Here’s three designs enhanced by the use of interesting surfaces

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This sleek, dark hued kitchen design is enhanced greatly by the use of a dark marble benchtop – the surfaces throughout the kitchen reflect this, with dark, shiny materials being utilised perfectly.

Copyright Eliot Cohen - Zeitgeist Photographyemail: eliot@zeitgeist.com.au

This kitchen takes a lighter, subtler design route, with a white and gray granite benchtop. Contrasted with the simple matte white cupboards and polished timber flooring, this use of surfaces and design creates a lovely and light kitchen design.

Comleroy Rd022V2

This kitchen takes a bold black and white palette to another level – utilising reflective black surfaces in the form of a granite and stainless steel benchtop. Matching the floor-to-ceiling window frames and the spotted black surfaces throughout the kitchen, this design is perfect monochrome.

Written by Lauren Farquhar

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