Design and style from a Scandinavian perspective

Favourites of 2008, part 3, Kitchens

I think it's clear that what I'm longing for is a huge kitchen with lots of industrial features, white tiles and preferably a reeeaaallly long table surrounded by midcentury chairs... Could someone please send one over, since it seems Santa somehow missed this?


  • Anna @ D16 says:

    I love that last kitchen! (Well, I love all of them, but the last one is particularly great.) Subway tiles with black grout always looks so good in kitchens, and next to the concrete countertops...yeah. I could cook in there.

    2009-01-02 | 13:47:01
    URL: http://www.doorsixteen.com/
  • Anna @ D16 says:

    Wow, I just noticed the drying rack in the second photo. So pretty! I can't imagine it being very convenient, but it looks really good. ;)

    2009-01-02 | 13:49:06
    URL: http://www.doorsixteen.com/
  • Loraine says:

    have a wonderful new year emma !

    a kitchen with no tiles is my dream

    an achievable dream you would think

    2009-01-02 | 16:20:33
    URL: http://grijs.blogspot.com
  • laura says:

    seems like santa missed me too!

    for a person who doesn't even cook, i would love

    any of these kitchens...

    happy new year emma!

    2009-01-02 | 17:06:48
    URL: http://lauracattano.com/
  • anette says:

    nice, happy new year

    2009-01-02 | 19:01:22
    URL: http://lifeofnett.blogg.se/
  • malo says:

    Gott nytt år! Fantastiska bilder. Gillar särskilt kakelsättningen på de två nedersta bilderna. Även om jag alltid föredrar 15x15mm. Men yta - jag längtar också efter yta!

    2009-01-02 | 19:54:54
    URL: http://maloblogg@gmail.com
  • mrs. french says:

    I absolutely adore your blog. xo t

    2009-01-03 | 19:06:58
    URL: http://www.blissfulb.blogspot.com
  • euni says:

    i love the white sink with the contrast of the dark wood...so lovely. :)

    2009-01-04 | 07:16:35
    URL: http://eun-i.com
  • Diana says:

    I love the dish rack in the top right photo. Much more industrial then the wood ones you often see. It looks like the dishes are separated by cables. What a great idea.

    2009-01-05 | 00:14:37
    URL: http://off-set.blogspot.com/

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