With a steadfast commitment to sustainable design, Melbourne’s Cantilever Interiors not only make beautiful kitchens but they’re timeless and built to last too.
In order to ensure your kitchen remains ageless, and less likely to end up in landfill, they recommend a pared-back colour palette that can easily adapt to future trends. Open shelving is also one of their design signatures, included in all their kitchens. This allows objects can be displayed and changed over the years as styles change. They combine these design features with robust materials which are also key to a kitchen’s longevity.
As for their environmental credentials, the company source sustainable materials within Australia, their board materials have zero emissions and all their timber is treated with low VOC water-based finishes. Their benchtops are sustainable and constructed from reconstituted stone (made from 75% recycled materials) or laminate that uses low levels of formaldehyde.
And their environmental commitment doesn’t end there – the whole company is run on green principles. Their kitchens are built using 100% carbon neutral electricity and they use the latest machinery that reduces waste and increases yield from panel products. The packaging, packing boards and packing crates are also recycled.
Green credentials aside, these are some seriously good-looking kitchens, don’t you think?
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