Carolina Castiglioni home with a cluster chandelier via T Magazine
Not many people appreciate modern and clean lines in Interior Design.  But I think it's worth a second look to try to understand that when dealing with tiny and narrow spaces like these ones "less is more" and I'm not one that uses that term very often because mathematically doesn't make much sense, ha!.  On the other hand, though these kitchens featured here are all small and with clean line cabinetry, they all have something in common that stop them from being boring.  This unique element is the finishing on the cabinets, fixtures and accessories.  These smart designers kept things interesting with finishing such as lacquer, stainless steel, gorgeous marble as back splash, and a lot of brass or gold accents.  Me like it like that!  Enjoy!
Jean-Louis Denoit kitchen
Athena Calderone home in Brooklyn via Harper's Bazaar
 
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