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    The 5 Rules Of Good Kitchen Design, According To Cantilever Interiors – The Design Files | Australia's most popular design blog.

    You’ve heard it a million times before – the kitchen is the heart of the home. So when it comes time to actually pulling the trigger on your own kitchen renovation, you need to be sure you’ve factored in the most important considerations. We want functionality, efficiency and longevity, and of course, it’s gotta look good!

    If you’re ready to go beyond the flatpack route, it’s hard to go past Cantilever Interiors. The Melbourne-based company offers five beautiful, functional kitchen designs to suit a whole host of spaces and tastes, including their most recent addition, the stylish new EDIT kitchen system developed in partnership with Cosh Living and KETT (pictured throughout!). All their manufacturing is completed from their Brunswick East workshop, delivering high quality and sustainable products.

    Even with these curated designs to choose from, deciding on a kitchen can be overwhelming, so we spoke with Kylie Forbes, creative director of Cantilever Interiors, to get her expert advice on the five things you need to know to make your kitchen work!

    The new EDIT kitchen system by Cantilever Interiors, which integrates a series of task focused niche modules to cater to varied application. Photo – Martina Gemmola


    Steel turns a soft curve through the bench and shelf detail. Photo – Martina Gemmola


    From left: Justin Hutchinson of KETT, Kylie Forbes of Cantilever, and Travis Dean of Cantilever. Photo – Martina Gemmola


    The design language of EDIT is drawn from the meeting of curve, and line. Photo – Martina Gemmola


    EDIT has been designed in collaboration with KETT of Coshliving. Photo – Martina Gemmola


    EDIT uses a flexible design language that can be appropriated into any space, or design layout. Photo – Martina Gemmola


    An appliance niche makes everyday appliances easy to access. Photo – Martina Gemmola


    A custom display system creates a highlight at every hour. Photo – Martina Gemmola


    Natural Australian stone offers beauty through colour and pattern only nature can create. Photo – Martina Gemmola


    Solid Timber table adjunct designed by KETT offers a practical and appealing resolution for dining comfort. Photo – Martina Gemmola


    EDIT is a kitchen inspired by place, material and craftmanship. Photo – Martina Gemmola


    Solid Timber handles resolve touchpoints with robust ease. Photo – Martina Gemmola.

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