Kitchen Yearbook Vol.22 2018

Kitchens have become one of the most important features of the home. Built for more than just cooking, kitchens are where we help kids with homework, sit and chat with friends over a coffee, watch a weather report or attempt to replicate favourite cooking show recipes, hence the need for the best appliances and accessories. Kitchen Yearbook provides the latest product news, trends and innovations currently on the market, with projects, products and showrooms featured in the magazine inspiring readers to consider renovating their existing kitchens. Plus there is the usual expert advice, cookbook reviews, and gossip from the interior design world.

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from the editor

There’s no time like the present to start making the changes you crave, whether they relate to your health and wellbeing, career or home. If you have been toying with the idea of renovating your kitchen, you have taken a giant step in the right direction by picking up this copy of Kitchen Yearbook. Our annual edition is one of my favourite magazines to curate due to the quality and calibre of projects we get to showcase. This year, we feature some of the stunning projects that were crowned the best by the Cabinet Makers and Designers Association, starting on page 51. Make sure to take note of the design styles, colours and features that catch your eye and earmark pages to revisit later in your reno process. We know that doing…

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what we love

A LITTLE LUXE We believe a little luxury is highly appropriate for every space of the home, including the kitchen! Enter these gorgeous luxury sheepskin seat covers — the perfect statement piece to glam up a neutral kitchen space and ideal for breakfast bar seating. W: KIDS IN THE KITCHEN There’s no time like the present to get the kids involved in the kitchen, and Animi Causa’s adorable kitchen accessory range might see meal prep become their favourite activity. This yolk separator is particularly cute and extremely handy when cakes, baked treats and the like are on the menu. W: SCANDI SPLENDOUR Great news for lovers of Scandinavian simplicity, these Morphy Richards appliances now come in a gorgeous teal. They will no doubt add a pop of colour to your space while complementing…

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going green

OF PLANTS AND INTERIORS You only need to embark on a quick Google search to be convinced of the benefits of indoor plants. They’re great for adding a pop of colour but also have myriad benefits relating to mental health, air quality, your home’s scent, ambience and so much more. Although indoor plants will grow well in most spaces in the home, the humidity and warmth of the kitchen create the perfect environment. Most herbs are easy to grow in kitchen spaces with plenty of natural light, and can make meal preparation much easier. If you’re hoping to grow more than just herbs, we’ve got some expert advice on which indoor plants grow best in kitchen spaces and what you need to do to ensure they thrive. DUTY OF CARE Though indoor plants can…

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the hot list

ALL THAT GLITTERS This beautiful copper number is a limited-release offering that’s bound to sell out fast. Chic and sophisticated, this stand mixer includes a tilt head design, 10 variable speeds, a quiet and energy-efficient direct drive motor and a power hub with a versatile range of attachments that can turn your stand mixer into a complete culinary centre that allows you to prepare fresh pasta, shred parmesan cheese, and make fresh salads or flavoursome sausages with ease. KitchenAid Copper Artisan stand mixer, JUICY GOODNESS The latest generation in the Juice Fountain range, Breville’s Juice Fountain Cold XL has been thoughtfully developed so that users can create up to two litres of nutrient-rich juice faster and quieter, all within a more stylish compact footprint. It features Cold Spin Technology as well as the…

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something blue

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a gala celebration of industry excellence

After an exciting build-up and months of planning, the 20th annual Cabinet Makers and Designers Awards night at the iconic MCG in Melbourne was a resounding success and celebration for industry and sponsors alike. The new CMDA board delivered a gala event showcasing the incredible talents of Australia’s best cabinet makers and designers and offered sponsors a fresh and relevant platform to connect with industry and business representatives. The judging panel, comprising Mark Williams of Lincoln Sentry, Gary Slade of MadeCo Australia, Carole Whiting of Carole Whiting Interiors + Design, and Emma Mitchell of Emma Mitchell Architects provided a new focus for the judging process, with cross-industry representation combining credibility and experience. Keep reading to be inspired by the work of the businesses recognised for their excellence in cabinet making and…