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Industrial-Chic Kitchen

Cutting-edge design with personal accents.

This kitchen, part of a remodelled artist studio, uses a hardware-free design and sleek accessories to capture the loft aesthetic. Stainless steel appliances and chrome stools are warmed up by the wood of the large island, which features a built-in display niche.

View more photos of this home in our February 2009 issue. Plus, see more industrial spaces in our Industrial Interiors photo gallery.

  • Photographer: Angus McRitchie
  • Source: House & Home February 2009 issue
  • Products: Cabinets, island, designed by Natalie Dionne, built by Ébénisterie Gaston Chouinard; countertop, sink, Quartz S.M.T.; lights, Sistemalux; oven, cooktop, fridge, JC Perreault; faucet, Montréal-Les-Bains; stools, C.A.B. Deco.
  • Designer: Architect, Natalie Dionne

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