Now trending: the clean-lined, cabin-like kitchen with cabinets and paneling in blonde woods. Ingmar Bergman would approve–and we’re on board, too.
Above: Flooring, cabinets, and wall paneling in oak from Dinesen of Denmark define a London kitchen designed by software developer and architectural enthusiast Daniel Lee for himself and his family. Tour the whole townhouse in The Uncluttered Life in London and discover Dinesen in World’s Most Beautiful Wood Floors. Photograph by Rory Gardiner.
Above: The Osea Kitchen from UK kitchen design company Plain English has Dinesen Douglas fir flooring that runs up the main wall, and modern picnic-table seating. Explore the details on pages 186-191 of the Remodelista book, and learn more in Kitchen Confidential: 10 Ways to Achieve the Plain English Look.
Above: Dale, a long, narrow kitchen in Australia by Robson Rak Architects, was short-listed for the 2014 Australian Interior Design Awards.
Above: A Shaker-inspired design by Teddy Edwards in Oxford, England.
Above: The precision laser-cut Wiedemann Werkstatten Eight-Meter Kitchen in Munich; see more at A Kitchen Made from Eight Oak Trees.
Above: John Baker and Juli Daoust’s Scandinavian-Inspired Kitchen with Hints of Japan in their family quarters above Mjölk, their Toronto design shop.
Above: A model kitchen in Misaki, Japan, built using traditional joinery techniques applied to modern needs. See Built to Last: Joinery Kitchens by KitoBito of Japan.
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