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16 Staggering Scandinavian Kitchen Designs For Your Modern House is a new interior design collection with many modern kitchen designs.

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I love natural finishes - in particular American Oak which features on the kitchen bench and floors with have been smoked and limed. Clean white kitchen, mirror splash backs


Epitomising the modern gastronomic kitchen, the is an exceedingly functional kitchen, that is ergonomic, efficient to use and a joy to be around.

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Stylish: The house is decorated elegantly throughout and boasts an open plan kitchen and living room space which opens onto a lush garden

Trend 2016 Hidden/ Disappearing Kitchen (15 pics) Sink in island wood millwork and flooring. Lennox Street House by Corben Architects.

Consider opening a window to the side yard to extend the perception of space in the kitchen. Sink in island, wood millwork and flooring. Lennox Street House by Corben Architects.

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Wandworth kitchen design with island looking out into the garden

Sleek, minimalist, modern kitchen design in Wandsworth with handle-less cabinets. Large island with integrated sink and pendant lighting. Sliding glass wall looking out to landscaped patio and garden.

JM Homes Bendigo kitchen

The monochrome kitchen is all the rage now, so we think we'll pay homage to this super trend. The term Monochrome,

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Malibu, California, home of real-estate entrepreneur Kurt Rappaport. The architecture and landscaping are by Scott Mitchell Studio, and the interiors are by Denise Kuriger Design.


this is a little too clean lined/modern for me. but love the layout, color, and light Malvern House / Canny Design Malvern House / Canny Design – ArchDaily