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Love this simple white and wood kitchen by Sydney-based architect Tash Clark. Small but stylish. More kitchen as furniture than island bench. I'd possibly lengthen the bench or perhaps it's the weirdly distorted images that have me wanting just a bit more. The inclusion of Aboriginal art pieces just seals the deal for me.
Here is another home decorated by the super talented team of Bunny Turner and Emma Pocock of Turner Pocock. A bit more subdued and classy than the last home, this one is quite the looker! I love the unexpectedness of the tulip chairs in the dining room and that little banquette dining area next to the kitchen island is genius. I bet it's a favourite homework spot for the kids.
It has been a while since I featured the brilliant kitchens of UK-based design firm Artichoke. They sent over photos of a recently completed Tuscan-inspired kitchen that is so beautifully designed and SO spacious. I am in love. A variety of furniture styles were deployed in this bespoke kitchen to give the impression that the room had evolved over time. The central islands were designed in plaster, with hand planed and finished arched chestnut doors at the ends, typical of the local vernacular. The dresser uses bespoke espagnolette ironmongery with rounded inside moulds on the lay-on door frame to introduce a French element, while the furniture flanking the Wolf range oven is more Georgian in feel.