I saw this Sydney, Australia kitchen in an Apartment Therapy home tour last week. Max and Peter’s Squeaky-Clean Quarters is an excellent example of Modern Classic design, and probably what you’d expect from the owners of fab eco-cleaning company Murchison-Hume.
I love the blackboard wall, which not only adds interest and is practical, but really opens up what is essentially a narrow galley kitchen. The modern open shelving and a healthy dose of stainless steel keep it real, too.
The rest of the space, though, is actually quite traditional: classic white units (from IKEA, if you can believe it), dark countertops, a subway tile backsplash and quality silver fixtures. I also love the little door that opens into the pantry!
Check out the entire house in the AT slideshow.