There’s a fine line between simplicity and monotony when it comes to interior design, but the following designers have nailed it!

In this feature, we’re looking at how these KBDi Members have used a ‘less is more’ approach to create simple but significant spaces.

A striking quartzite stone takes centre stage in this kitchen, much to the delight of the geologist homeowner. Melbourne designer, Rina Cohen CKD Au, complemented the organic colourings of the Cristalli quartzite with American oak veneer and shades of white and grey. The result is a simple palette with natural style.

Cardellino is the centrepiece of this luxurious space, carefully crafted by Victorian designer, Olivia Cirocco. Dulux ‘Blissful White’ cabinetry lives up to its name, adding a whole lot of bliss to this classy and uncomplicated kitchen.

Layers of white and grey sit stylishly alongside the featured Elba Marble in this kitchen designed by Melbourne’s, Olivia Cirocco. The muted palette allows the marble to sing, and the simplicity of the design is oh-so-sweet.

Such sweet simplicity in the layout of this kitchen designed by Melbourne’s Kia Howat.  Byron Blackbutt, Lexicon Quarter and a gorgeous grey benchtop sing serenity, and glossy green subways add an extra element to this simple, natural and inviting space.

Have a favourite of these four? Vote below, or send us a pic of your best example of a ‘simple but significant’ design.