☆The kitchen in last week's Fixer Upper was one of our favorites! The white subway tile creates a neutral backdrop for the teal color lower cabinets and is brought full circle by tying in the raw wood accents.
Vibrant aqua paired with red, dark wood and hammered pendant lights makes a bold statement in this Port Melbourne kitchen designed by Camilla Molders. The large windows let in a flood of light from the gardens and beckon you to carry your meal outdoors.
The kitchen of our 2015 Cottage at Cloudland Station features custom cabinets painted in Olympic's Castile, a bespoke pendant with glass globes found at an antiques warehouse, and island top made of reclaimed chestnut.
For an eclectic modern feel try mixing bold colours with natural tones and textures. This combination of deep oak work surfaces and wood effect floor tiles effortlessly compliments the dark slate of the cabinets and the deep teal feature wall, forming a h