New heights

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In a circa-1900 Perth house, a large kitchen foot­print and lofty 3.2m ceil­ing al­lowed for gen­eros­ity of scale in this new lay­out, to the de­light of an owner who loves to cook. Up­per cab­i­nets stretch to a height of 1.5m and the Cae­sar­stone bench is 3.4m long, with 18 over­size draw­ers and four cup­boards un­der­neath. Equally im­por­tant are the con­cealed fea­tures: open stor­age and other ap­pli­ances were moved to a scullery off to the right. Even the fridge was in­stalled in the scullery to pre­serve the tai­lored look of the cab­i­netry. “We love the flex­i­bil­ity of this space,” en­thuses the owner. “It works ef­fort­lessly as a kitchen and as a wel­com­ing place for friends and fam­ily.”

Emma Hann Emma Hann In­te­ri­ors, Ned­lands, WA; 0499 740 799 or emma­han­nin­te­ri­

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