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Stunning Kitchen Cooker

A shallow ledge provides place for display.

The Aga Total Control electric cooker hides digital touch-control technology behind an old world cast-iron façade. The kitchen cabinets, by Ikea, are built out to sit flush with the cooker and create extra-deep counters.

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  • Photographer: Michael Graydon 
  • Source: House & Home October 2012 issue
  • Products: Cabinets, installation, Ikea; marble counters, Ciot; marble fabrication, York Fabrica; island carpentry, Michael Black; kitchen table, pendant lights, large basket, vessel, Elte; sinks, Ginger's; Axor faucets, pot filler, Hansgrohe North America; refrigerator drawers, Jenn-Air; dishwasher, Scholtes; microwave drawer, Sharp; tea towels, accessories, West Elm; vase, black platter, Pottery Barn; wall unit, Grange; wall unit refinishing, Bill Boyko, House Art; oven, stove, AGA; cabinet hardware, Upper Canada Specialty Hardware; blackboard, Cocoon Furnishings; chair pad fabric, Designer Fabrics; dining chairs, UpCountry; chair pad sewing, Q Design; scalloped platter, accessories, HomeSense; sauce pan, All-Clad; TV, Blu-ray, LG; Amina invisible speakers, Ron Perruzza, Radiant Audio Design; accessories, Indigo and Chapters.
  • Designer: Interior design, LR Design Studio; architectural design, Ray Murakami, principal Murakami Design; construction, PCM Project & Construction Management.

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