High and mighty
Good taste on display – the long wall of this kitchen features runs of underlit display shelving. The shelves add to the aesthetics as well as the functionality of the space
Cabinetry that tells a story
The design of your cabinetry can speak volumes – and even tell a story. To evoke a light industrial accent for this new kitchen in a 1920s home, designer Meghan Browne introduced a freestanding pantry with a cross over the front reminiscent of old carriageway doors – as though the piece might have been made from elements of the time.
Benchtop-to-ceiling cabinetry extends into the corners of this Sarah Robertson-designed kitchen, maximising usable space.
For this kitchen design by architect Eliska Lewis, upper cabinet doors open outwards and swing upwards on a sophisticated, labour-saving mechanism – giving easy, unimpeded access to stored items.
Custom-designed cabinetry made of Plyboo in this master bedroom connects with the storage cabinetry in the adjacent bathroom. The bedroom also illustrates designer FuTung Cheng’s hallmark construction material – concrete.
In this sleek kitchen project by designer Kira Gray of Fyfe Kitchens, a soft grey palette breaks up the white walls. The semi-industrial-meets-refined look combines a stainless steel workbench with a concrete island benchtop.
Sorry, all out of coffee
This kitchen’s variety of niche storage solutions includes a dedicated drawer for the owner’s tea storage.
No room for a walk-in robe? Here's an alternative
Can't fit a walk-in robe into your new master suite? A line of carefully organised cabinetry running along one wall can be just as effective.