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Breakfast bars are a versatile inclusion to any design. A place to sit, talk, do homework, eat breakfast - all within arm’s reach of your kitchen. A great breakfast bar will bring your family together in the heart of the home, while keeping them out from under your feet when cooking. There are a few ways to incorporate a breakfast bar in your kitchen - we take a look at a few below. Incorporate Into Your Island Creating a breakfast bar as part of your kitchen island is a logical choice, and makes your island multi-functional. It’s great for talking to the kids over breakfast or for entertaining, as you’re able to socialise while getting on with your preparation or cooking. It’s also easy to implement a breakfast bar-kitchen island hybrid with little additional design work. This creates a secondary dining space and maximises the room you have

All things metallic have been on trend of late, and kitchens have been no exception. Whether used as an accent for tapware and door hardware, or incorporated on a larger scale; metallic elements in your kitchen can add an urban flair and modern feel to the space. Here are a few of our favourite ways to feature metal surfaces in your kitchen design: Heavy Metal Deciding to commit to a metallic kitchen is a bold move, but one that’s at the forefront of modern kitchen design. Picking a statement metal and weaving this throughout your island, benchtop and splashback creates a unique and ultra-modern look, with the added bonus of easy cleaning. Throw in metallic-finish kitchen cabinets and you’ll have the heavy metal kitchen of your dreams. Working With White A white kitchen makes the perfect canvas to introduce metals. Choosing white cabinetry gives you the flexibility to choose any

The saying goes that the kitchen is the heart of the home - and as such, it tends to be a hub for the family’s clutter. Mail, keys, magazines, dishes - they all seem to find a home on the bench. Add in your appliances and decor, and your once-spacious kitchen quickly feels cramped and cluttered. Keeping your kitchen clear and organised is an ongoing process, but here are a few little kitchen organisation ideas to incorporate into your routine which will have a big impact on clutter in your space. Keep Your Benchtop Clear This may be easier said than done, but starting out with a clear benchtop makes it a lot easier to keep it that way. Create a designated space in your house for the mail and keys that are usually dropped on the bench, and relocate small appliances to the pantry or a cupboard. Whatever’s