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A light filled galley kitchen

I love this light filled kitchen that provides the link between the old and new in this inner-city Sydney terrace house. Reclaimed bricks and rustic timber shelf balance the sleek modern lines and smooth stone benchtop of the galley kitchen. Light tumbles in from the skylight while the transition from traditional dining room to the modern alteration is made via worn sandstone steps. Finally the space reaches a small but stylish courtyard. Such a beautiful space for cooking. By Paddington based design firm Alexander & CO.

Reader Comments (3)

Wow! those stone steps are amazing!
thank you for sharing!

Utterly, utterly gorgeous. Especially the sandstone steps.

19 Dec 2013 | Unregistered CommenterBlanders

Usually not a huge fan of galley kitchens, but this one is the BOMB! Love it!!!! Thank you.

19 Dec 2013 | Unregistered Commenterjane

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