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3 Different Takes on the Black and White Kitchen Palette

How three seasoned architecture firms spice up the black and white kitchen palette

By Eric Mutrie

1 A bistro-style cucina in Trinity Bellwoods

Wanda Ely’s vision blends together sleek appliances with time-worn texture.

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A gourmet-chic eatery in Wychwood Park

Studio AC’s toned-down take on a high-impact palette effectively marries modern and traditional.

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A whimsical wonder in Oakwood Village

Fun furnishings and storied materials counterbalance the space’s clean, simple architecture.

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Originally published in Issue 3, 2017 as Triple Take: High-Contrast Cucinas.


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