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Clean-lined two-tone brown and white kitchen connects well with surroundings

Limestone tiles provide an elegant floor surface to complement the Corian surfaces and Navurban veneer in this contemporary kitchen by Craig Steere Architects. The barbecue area mirrors the indoor perimeter cabinetry – a cavity slider that doubles as a splashback can be drawn aside to create a servery window between the indoor and outdoor kitchens.

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