34 Great Australian Kitchen Island-Bench Styles

ByRick Schafer

Picture Perfect: 34 Great Australian Kitchen Island-Bench Styles

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From marble to melamine, tiles to timber and standout shapes to hero materials; if you’re looking for inspiration, here are 34 fantastic approaches to kitchen island benches, the all-important element at the heart of the home.

And remember, you can get more details of a project and see more of a professional’s work by clicking on a photo.

1. Vertical wood works wonders.Canberra, ACT 
Designer: Studio Black Interiors
2. Stone age. Sydney, NSW
Designer: Renotech Building
3. The hangover. Melbourne, Victoria
Designer: Bryant Alsop Architects
4. Like a jewel. Melbourne, Victoria
Designer: GIA Bathrooms & Kitchens
5. Scandi style. Geelong, Victoria
Designer: Altereco Design
6. Soothing shiplap. Melbourne, Victoria
Designer: The Kitchen Design Centre
7. Thin profile. Perth, WA
Designer: Mikasa Designs
8. Marble marvel. Brisbane, Queensland
Designer: Nick Tyson Architecture
9. Little addition. Gold Coast, Queensland 
Designer: Reece Keil Design
10. Wrap around. Sydney, NSW 
Designer: Office 88
11.Beautiful in blue. Melbourne, Victoria 
Designer: Katie Sargent Design
12. Classic comfort. Red Hill, Queensland
Designer: Intrim Group
13. All tucked in. Melbourne, Victoria 
Designer: Ardent Architects
14. Timber tones. Melbourne, Victoria 
Designer: Studio MKN
15. Curves ahead. Perth, WA 
Designer: Eco Outdoor
16. White is right. Melbourne, Victoria
Designer: BuildHer Collective
17. Points ahead. Brisbane, Queensland
Designer: Big House Little House
18. Dark horse. Ballarat, Victoria
Designer: Porter Architects
19.Of a piece. Sydney, NSW 
Designer: Danny Broe Architect
20. Monumental. Brisbane, Queensland
Designer: Kalka
21. Rustic done right. Melbourne, Victoria
Designer: Studio Ezra
22. Parts of a puzzle. Brisbane, Queensland
Designer: Kelder Architects
23. Wood you? Melbourne, Victoria
Designer: Clancy Constructions
24. Building blocks. Melbourne, Victoria
Designer: The Kitchen Design Centre
25. Extension time. Sunshine Coast, Queensland 
Designer: Suncity Homes
26. Shadow land. Melbourne, Victoria 
Designer: Mr. Mitchell
27. Material mix. Sydney, NSW
Designer: H Interior Design
28. Mesh magic. Sydney, NSW 
Designer: Minosa
29. Bold choices. Brisbane, Queensland
Designer: Skyring Architects
30. A singular statement. Ocean Grove, Victoria
Designer: Minh Architects
31.Set in place. Sydney, NSW
32. Surface art. Melbourne, Victoria
Designer: Eands
33. Keen and green. Adelaide, SA 
Designer: Grieve Gillett Andersen
34. Pretty, nice. Sydney, NSW 
Designer: CTI Kitchens & Designer Joinery

Source: Houzz AU

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