By fetherston xavierb. Kitchen. Published at Tuesday, November 07th, 2017 - 16:24:16 PM.
Like the Scandinavians do best: Simple, classy and sleek. The trend has been around for some time, but this basic, stream lined look is here to stay in 2014. To avoid a cold uninviting kitchen experience, add some natural wood accessories, which will do wonders to the aura of the room. Tiled splashbacks aren’t welcome here: Just solid slabs of marble, strips of glass or other solid wall coverings. This will continue to be a winner in 2014.
The interior and exterior were designed for comfort and entertaining. The top level encompasses the main living space with an elegant dining area, showcase-worthy front and back kitchen, butler’s pantry, four seasons room and 125 windows to ensure full enjoyment of the spectacular view. The finished lower level includes a guest bedroom suite, home office and theater room with surround sound and wall-to-wall projection screen.
Italian manufacturer Smeg needs no introduction – a cheerful brand keeping vintage dreams alive through modern technology. Their latest small home appliances designs complete the lovable Smeg 50’s Retro Style collection.
New York City is famous for being a metropolis for architecture and culture. However, amid all those skyscrapers, there is not a lot of room for residents to spread out. Those willing to pay for room to roam need look no further than this luxurious residential loft in Soho. At $4,650,000, wood, brick, and stone design elements blend modern and traditional design to create a spacious escape in the middle of New York City’s hustle and bustle.
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