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Ancien bungalow transformé en maison de charme côtière

Conceal lighting and curtain rods in your plasterboard ceiling by allowing a void like Corben Architects have done here. Lennox Street House by Corben Architects.

In this kitchen, a large window provides lots of natural light to the mostly wooden kitchen. Exposed shelves are used to store recipe books, and the…

In this kitchen, a large window provides lots of natural light to the mostly wooden kitchen. Exposed shelves are used to store recipe books, and the kitchen has achieved a contemporary look by not including hardware on the cabinets.

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Kitchen: Frameless fixed structural glass window or 'Picture Window' at residential extension by IQ Glass

Stylist, Julia Treuel of Show Pony Interiors, has applied cool tones and a classic aesthetic to create a little slice of Hamptons magic in metro Melbourne @magsodris

Stylist, Julia Treuel of Show Pony Interiors, has applied cool tones and a classic aesthetic to create a little slice of Hamptons magic in metro Melbourne Empty benchtop for island bench

Contactanos a ventas@canterasdelmundo.com www.canterasdelmundo.com

wooden floor, movable wall, large island, window splashback, 3 pendants over island. Could that door be a butlers pantry?

Not a side return but VCDesign can see this working on one

Extending an Edwardian home in Crouch End

© All photographs by David ButlerEye-opener: the use of roof lights and of white and translucent chrome furniture make the kitchen/dining room seem huge

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Kitchen Cabinetry – Choosing the finish that is right for you.

Built by Wilson Timber, white, marble and copper with glass splashback. Loving the aqua stools with it!

Built by Wilson Timber, white, marble and copper with glass splashback in this warm wood kitchen // Loving the aqua stools with it!

Extending an Edwardian home in Crouch End

© All photographs by David ButlerEye-opener: the use of roof lights and of white and translucent chrome furniture make the kitchen/dining room seem huge

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