Suzanne Dimma's Kitchen
Indulge your inner chef with cooking spaces worthy of the finest restaurants. To create this look, think subway tiles, marble, stainless steel and butcher block surfaces, open spaces and grand appliances. If space permits, add a hefty kitchen island for extra workspace and a rack for hanging a collection of copper pots, and you're set. Now get cooking!
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Canadian designers create very safe unappealing designs - all looks the same when it comes to colours and material selections. They should really stop influencing people with beige on beige on beige .... and make you feel that you need to do the same. We are surrounded by colour so we should use it in our homes. They always stress that "you might be selling", and SO What?? Colour and style are our friends, not enemies. Wake up Canada! And please, stop using the pot lights in kitchens - totally wrong. They can highlight some areas and are to be used very sparingly, but using them as a main lighting source is again very wrong. No one need the tunnel of light shining on their heads and in their eyes while they cook and entertain. There are many more suitable, pleasant and cheaper ways how to light up the room.