Top 10: The most viewed kitchens in 2020

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With country style

The retro aesthetic of this kitchen reinforces its look country. The keys: L-shaped layout to take advantage of space and design a office, wooden countertop to enhance the naturalness, and white paneled walls that give it a rustic and bright touch.

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Open to the dining room

This kitchen, open to the dining room, shows that culinary preparation is a spectacle worthy of being enjoyed by all. Blame it on the chamfer – a round corner in the building that made decorating difficult. However, the interior designers Meritxell Ribé and Josep Puigdomènech, from The Room Studio, made her their best ally. When they planned the reform of the house, the curve was so important that they located the dining room in this area and, so that it would shine at all times, they eliminated the door that should separate it from the kitchen. And this is the true soul of the house, where the owners spend more time.

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Dusty rustic

The charm of rustic kitchens in dusty colors, like this soft green, is wonderful. In choosing furniture for him office wood and fiber chairs could not be absent. Simple green striped cushions create the common thread between the two spaces, while the vaulted ceiling with exposed brick in white completes the look.

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With space and light

” I have always been from traditional kitchens, but when I saw open models I began to like them, and the advice of the architect Mª José Navarro was definitive, ” says Femi, the owner of this one in which, despite belonging to a new house, Mª José made several reforms. Everything to gain space, a window and more light.

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The sweetest

One of the keys to the new design of this open kitchen to the dining room was to free the walls of the upper cabinets, paint them white, and add a subway tile front in the same color. So that the whole was not too bland, the interior designer added different textures and materials, combining metallic finishes, with wood and vegetation, distributed on several floors throughout the kitchen.

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Pure elegance

The contrast between the elegance of this kitchen, by Nordic Srandard, and the reclaimed brick wall is spectacular. The perfect coexistence of the fronts in a very soft green with the marble of the countertop and the embedded steel appliances is striking. Thanks to the height of old houses, the kitchen gains storage space by extending the furniture up to the ceiling. This made it possible to keep the striking brick wall clear. Do you want to see more details?

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A naive style kitchen

This kitchen that exudes freshness just by looking at it belongs to an old restored farmhouse in Formentera, where modernity has known how to respect the marked criteria of tradition wisely protected on the island. Walls of white lime, stone and native botany, exposed wood structures, continuous pavements, naturally ventilated areas, and wide open spaces give shape to this house that has become a true vacation paradise.

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Farmhouse chic

Contemplate this style kitchen chic farmhouse it is synonymous with transporting us to one of those idyllic tales that take place in a country house, where happiness and peace are always present. The project, at the hands of the interior designer Leanne Ford, also included the reform of the dining room, living room and hall. All these areas were designed with an open concept that follows the same aesthetic line, dominated by white tones and natural wood, with marble and leather elements, as well as golden details. Do not miss it!

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Provencal airs

How we like Provencal kitchens! It does not matter if it is an apartment in Seville or a flat in Santander, the effect is the same: soft colors, natural materials, lots of light and a cozy atmosphere that takes us as if by magic to the relaxation of the French countryside. On this occasion, the architect from Tortosa, Ivan Gas, has made a surprising transformation with this Provencal-style kitchen. ” Above all, I wanted to create a cozy kitchen that would say ‘good morning!’ happy, loaded with good vibes and that allowed my clients to start the day with the most energy possible. ”

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Semi-open to the living room

The owners of this apartment located in a town near Barcelona, ​​went to the studio of the designer Laura Martínez to carry out a reform that would unify the day area. The challenge consisted in integrating the entrance of the house, since it was the link between the kitchen and the living room, giving rise to a more welcoming home. To achieve this, a custom piece of furniture was designed that acts as a visual separator between the hall and the kitchen.

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