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all-encompassing style, e ectively reducing the risk of a
room that will date.
In the Belmont Street Residence, for example, David
Boyle has designed a contemporary kitchen with clean
lines and strong architectural finishings.
The colour use is subtle: one green chair and a bowl
of green apples create a striking contrast against the red
walls, white benchtops and glossy timber cupboards.
It's generally quite a warm space, cooled down by a few
On the other end of the scale is Johnny Grey's Dutch
Barge kitchen, which features softer colours such as
purple, yellow and blue.
Dark wood and stainless steel finishings give the space
its balance, and with lots of natural lights creates a light
and airy ambience.
We can see then that colour presents an unlimited
range of design options for your kitchen and bathroom.
Whether you strip the canvas down to white and
add splashes of colour with products and finishings,
or choose bold benchtops, cupboards and floorboards
and balance it out with lighter pieces, there is great reward
-- and lasting beauty -- in a colourful kitchen
and bathroom space.
This bathroom by David Boyle Architects
explores the tactile quality of light, materials,
artistry, craftsmanship and pattern-making.
The Kohler Surprise
toilet seat is like a
simple, elegant gift
box that -- when
opened -- dazzles
with colour. Visit
The Tuga Collection designed
by Studio Carlesi for Antoniolupi
features a sterling range of
colourful bathroom products.
Available at K&B Exclusive Group,
1/267 Scarborough Beach Road,
Mt Hawthorn, (08) 9443 1899.
The Ilbagnoalessi Dot bath project was designed in collaboration with
Wiel Arets, reflecting a sense of vibrancy and weightlessness that is rare
in today's product scene. Visit alessi.com/ilbagnoalessi/
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