Kitchen rules of thumb

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Sum­mit Homes will be dish­ing up the lat­est in kitchen trends as part of an event at The Style Stu­dio in Mya­ree. Pic­tured are Bib & Tucker chef Scott Bridger and Sum­mit Homes de­sign man­ager Peter Wilkin­son.

THE lat­est in kitchen trends will be dis­cussed when Sum­mit Homes Grou­plaunches the first of their new event se­ries in Mya­ree.

The free event will be held at The Style Stu­dio on Au­gust 28 and hosted by Lisa Fernandez, with food from Bib and Tucker and May Street Larder ex­ec­u­tive chef Scott Bridger.

Sum­mit New Homes de­sign man­ager Peter Wilkin­son said one of the lat­est trends for kitchens was shaker doors.

“We’ve had a lot of in­quiries about them and the re­ac­tion has been good, es­pe­cially with dis­play homes,” he said.

“The trend for a scullery off the kitchen can’t be ig­nored due to the many func­tional ben­e­fits it of­fers to to­day’s home­buyer.

“De­sign­ing kitchens with a scullery pro­vides ex­tra stor­age and cre­ates a more open and less clut­tered kitchen.

“When de­sign­ing a kitchen ren­o­va­tion, we also con­sider the great Aus­tralian life­style and our love for the outdoors.”

Regis­ter on­line at thestylestu­dio.summitho mes­group.com.au.

www.com­mu­ni­typix.com.au d485332 Pic­ture: Martin Ken­nealey

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