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The kitchen is the hub of the home. It’s not just all about cooking, it’s where entertaining happens and where we spend time with our families and friends. You need your lighting to be functional to illuminate your work spaces. But functional doesn’t have to be boring – you can incorporate great design elements into your kitchen by choosing the right lighting. Check out some of our kitchen lighting tips below for some ideas.
Fat Shack Vintage is proud to announce a collaboration with CDK Stone, who for the last 35 years has been Australia's leading supplier of natural stone, neolith, stone care and stone working machinery. We've decided to team up to create an essential how-to guide that will show you how to enhance your kitchen benchtop to create a one-of-a-kind space through the combination of stone and lighting. Keep reading to find out some of our favourite stoneware and lighting picks for 2019!
We've created a definitive how-to guide that shows how through clever product choice and arrangement, you can experiment with style and character, but aren't limited in your ability to change things up if you get bored, or if your style changes.
The kitchen is probably the most utilised room in the house and chances are it isn't just used for cooking anymore. Whether you choose to entertain, relax or work in the kitchen, it's easy to create a stylish space without expensive renovations. By making small changes you can create a kitchen that you won't mind spending a lot of time in!
Porcelain enamel lights - Read more https://www.fatshackvintage.com.au/blogs/vintage-industrial-interior-design-blog/why-porcelain-enamel-lights-are-the-best-for-your-kitchen
Pops of red bring life to this gorgeous white and gray kitchen featuring a Wolf range topped with a red kettle and pot positioned in front of a wall covered in light gray mini subway tiles framing diamond pattern cooktop tiles fixed beneath a white kitchen hood flanked by white shaker cabinets with nickel pulls positioned under glass front display cabinets.
A tastefully renovated kitchen in a traditional "Queenslander" Home in Queensland, Australia. Complete with a farmhouse sink, subway tile on the walls, butcher block counter tops, and open shelving - this kitchen is sure to inspire!
A lovely big island by deVOL with oiled oak worktops to match our weathered oak stools