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Kamis, 12 April 2012

Green Kitchens

After a set of redbrown, black and white and orange kitchens, here is a post dedicated to green kitchens. These kitchens inspire healthy living, not only because of their subtle hues but also because of their designs.
The color green signals wealth, prosperity and growth. What better place to install them in than areas dedicated to good food and fine dining!
This collection showcases the work of some brilliant designers who have worked and produced rich designs before. Peep below for some more.
green kitchen
Picture courtesy, Hanssem.
green apartment kitchen
Courtesy Perene
 minimal kitchen
mvk contemporary kitchen
Pictures by Mint Value Kitchens.green kitchen
By Cameraphotodigital
 fancy green kitchen
 kitchen in green
By Mobalpa.
green and yellow kitchen
recyclable kitchen
By Valcucine
compact kitchen
By Fevzi Karaman

Senin, 09 April 2012

Modern Kitchens From Elmar Cucine

We were browsing through Italian kitchen maker Elmar Cucine‘s catalog the other day and liked what we saw. The forms they use are simple with bold lines and sharp edges giving their designs somewhat of a masculine touch. This emphasis on simplicity is no accident and is expressed quite clearly in their philosophy:

Elmar is not simply content to manufacture products, it wants to manufacture simple products. Simplicity is harmony, the happy balance between form and function that has its fulcrum, its deep meaning, in the human being.

Some great images…

Selasa, 21 Februari 2012

Modern Kitchens From Cesar

As one of the better known Italian kitchen companies, turning out designs since 1969, Cesar produce some pretty cool stuff, and this selection gives a taster of their current offerings should you be in the market for a new culinary space.
As usual the range is shown in a way that the majority of us would not be able to achieve in our houses, ie. enviable huge scale rooms, with unbelievably high ceilings, above vast seam to seam windows, but we can dream and still get the gist of how it might fit into a rather more modest ‘homely’ home!