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Hoop pine plywood cabinetry at boonah

Published on July 13, 2013 by in Kitchens, Ward Robes

Last year I was contracted to supply and install cabinetry out at Boonah for Shaun Lockyer Architects The project consisted of a kitchen, laundry, wash closet, 2 shaving cabinets, hallway linen, window seat and 3 built in robes. The whole project incorporated a lot of hoop pine plywood finished with exposed edges and 2pac clear satin lacquer, along with Laminex polar white melamine surfaces and Quantum Quartz Polar 2omm stone tops. With the island benchtops I had to “finger join” the main top into the waterfall ends whilst allowing the stone to fit seamlessly into the sink area. This was a very fun project to do, and as always I enjoy working on Shaun’s designs as he has a great team of designers that set the bar at levels to make one stretch to achieve them. I was unable to get photos of everything, but the one I do have

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House Fitout, Paddington Kitchen

Published on November 10, 2008 by in Kitchens

The kitchen in this house fitout was made from rotary cut hoop pine plywood, finished in satin 2pac with exposed plywood edges, Laminex eggplant with 1mm pvc edges, stainless steel benches and splash backs with stainless steel shelves fitted to them. All tandembox softclose drawers and blumotion to doors and also a wire basket pull out pantry system with softclose. All handles were supplied by Madinoz. The sink section of the kitchen is suspended off the wall without any kickboards. The pantry section has been designed to look like a large block and the island to look as if its sitting on a block as well. At the ceiling, you will notice blades coming down from the ceiling all the way along, the frame work for these had to be made before being clad, allowing me to fit the blades into the ceiling, then the chippies were able to clad

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