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Were Street — The Upside to Downsizing

Home to (almost) empty nesters Sally and Malcolm, this elegant light filled ‘downsizer’ is the cultivation of six years planning, a love for scandi design, entertaining and home cooking.

The result is a thoughtful, personalised, beautiful retreat with incredible functionality that fosters an enviable lifestyle for two: perfect for hosting family and friends or pondering life’s next adventure.

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Bloomfield Road – A Whole-home Approach

The Kitchen is Cantilever’s first love, but we often lend our design and supply service to joinery for complete renovation projects, be it a kitchen and bathroom, or a whole home scope. There are many advantages of approaching the joinery components of a renovation as a set, including economy of scale across materials and intersecting trades, along with consistency of service, finish and design detail.  

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The Boulevard — Orientating Out

Built in 1951 this Ivanhoe East gem retained many of its fantastic original features, however the original kitchen – tucked into a dark, disconnected corner - was not one of them.  Having seen us in an eco-minded architectural magazine, our clients Andrew and Sam approached us with a straight-forward brief to renovate their existing kitchen.

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Perth House — Coastal ease in Fremantle

The Petra St project beautifully marries the coastal ease of a Western Australian summer, and the egalitarian and eco-mindedness of our kitchen designs. This Fremantle workers cottage has been lovingly transformed by the client, incorporating a strong Scandinavian aesthetic with a focus on all things Mid-Century.  Clad in black weatherboards, framed in crisp white timber and adorned with a lush garden of succulents, the dwelling was an excellent match for our K1 Kitchen. 

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