INDOOR IN STYLE
If your kitchen has dead space, look at extending part of the benchtop to create a breakfast bar. Using a dark colour and timber throughout creates a cafe vibe and a unified design.
5 The clever breakfast bar
overhang makes room for all the family, not just the kids. It’s also a savvy spot to use your laptop or to help the kids with homework while you prepare dinner!
6 A beautifully designed kitchen
doesn’t have to cost the earth. This sleek flat-pack from Kaboodle has tons of storage and style.
7 You have to love
a slender pull-out tap – it makes washing pots so easy! Consider an integrated dishwasher to give your kitchen a seamless – and more expensive – look. And if you’re creating a servery, add a bi-fold window so that the panes of glass stack neatly, to create more space.
8 Give simple white subway tiles
a free, clever and distinctive style upgrade by laying them in a herringbone pattern and using grey grout to make them pop!
9 Decorative plants
hanging from a timber frame bring the outside in and add extra flow to the space.