Geometric patterns are popular for kitchen backsplashes because they are so versatile. They can add interest without the need for color, or make a statement with bold hues. In this kitchen a little bit of color was cleverly sprinkled into the pattern, so as to be bold but not too out there.
The ceiling is lined with shade cloth and acoustic insulation, then covered with blackbutt battens to tie in with the battens elsewhere. The builder, Andrew Steward of ASB Constructions, custom made the pendant light to match the blackbutt island bench. Copper pipe was used to make a utensil rail. **Tapware** from [Reece](http://www.reece.com.au/|target="_blank"). Vintage TH Brown **barstool** from [Vampt Vintage Design](http://vamptvintagedesign.com/|target="_blank").