Charming rustic farmhouse kitchen with open wood shelving, Venetian plaster walls, and Sheker cabinetry.

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marble backsplash/black cabinet/black interior door/Kitchen - Huntershill House in Sydney Australia by Handelsmann and Khaw

My place: Bubbling Agency & Gallery in the heart of Paris

White bookshelves storing kitchen bowls and vessels great color coordinated kitchen storage

good reads: the scandinavian home.

The industrial bathroom within the next featured image is full of stylish specifics. Modern industrial-style kitchens are an increasing phenomenon.

Open shelving adds a decorative element to the kitchen and in this instance shows off a collection of gleaming copper cookware.: [object Object]

Gallery – Annick and Stephen’s serene terrace extension

Kitchen love - via Coco Lapine Design

On the main floor, the kitchen islandis like Zulaikha’s own version of a Donald Judd sculpture: minimal, freestanding, and geometric. Photo by: Roger D&

Wooden kitchen - goals

Photo (Life on Sundays)

Aesthete Label love - Source: Carmody Groarke From London-based architects Carmody Groarke. This is a restoration project called Norfolk House.

Two long plywood shelves line a concrete wall above an industrial looking Ted countertop in a Tokyo apartment by Naruse Inokuma Architects. <-- cement and wood

timeless subway tile & wood countertops

Whitewashed Kitchens To Cleanse Your Palette

Classic subway tile with wood butcher block countertops, open shelving and grey cabinets // Modern farmhouse kitchen design


"Concrete cubbies might not be your first choice for storing porcelain, but the chunky concrete shelving unit is gorgeous. The floor in the kitchen of this house in Sri Lanka, by architect Geoffrey Bawa, is polished concrete interior design

A unique kitchen - via Coco Lapine Design blog

I like this kitchen in warm tints by Italian brand Cesar. The height of the higher module is relatively low (at least for a high module) which makes this setup very interesting.