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Wednesday, June 2, 2010

My dream kitchen

A little Moroccan, a bit clean contemporary, light and bright, access to the outdoors, and a big rustic table in the middle of it all. A flash of gold doesn't hurt either.





[via Table Tonic blog]

Thanks, Andrea, for the tip!

15 comments:

susieq said...

I share your dream. It's drop-dead gorgeous. Only thing better is to plant Kevin Gillespie in front of the stove!

ticklishfromadistance said...

Oh, the counters. So fab.

nkp said...

Holy fuck. Sorry.

The tile, that inlaid coffee table and the bowl/platter, the built-in daybed, the perfect table and chairs. Unbelievable.

Tonia @Chic Modern Vintage said...

OOoo, I have 8 of those little Thonet like cafe chairs.

Laura @ EdenRose said...

wowza!! Love Love Love!! Adore the worktops, the chairs, the everything actually. Good find X

GiniGL said...

This would look so fabulous in your house.

The Down East Dilettante said...

Funny, when I picture my dream kitchen, it always has someone in chef's clothes standing at a stove.

red-handed said...

Woof! Well, here's hoping for the lottery.

Camilla @ Designalogue Blog said...

I was recently pouring my eyes of this kitchen too. Its just so gorgeous.
Its the editor of Australian Vogue livings own house and designed by the clever fella Scott Weston.

sanctuaryhome said...

absolutely lovely! I have all these photos in my drool-worthy files.

Paul Anater said...

Wow. That room manages to be interesting and uncluttered at the same time. What a balancing act. Great find Raina.

Raina Cox said...

Red-handed - Hello and welcome to this deliciousness!

erin@designcrisis said...

What is that sexy golden bizness, anyway? I really wish it were a refrigerator.

Someone PLEASE make gold appliances!

tulpen said...

ack. now it's my dream too.

my favorite and my best said...

i spent a great deal of time in the book store while i was without computer and i thought of you many times while flipping through taschen's living in morocco. also that book, something about designers' country and city homes?? i saw it, i want it, i need it...but it's 50 bucks. so i will be taking trips to the book store more and more...