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Köks renovering Palma Bygg
Inspiration for a small scandinavian l-shaped ceramic floor kitchen remodel in Stockholm with a drop-in sink, flat-panel cabinets, white cabinets, wood countertops, white backsplash, subway tile backsplash, stainless steel appliances and no island — Houzz

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iverano wrote:
Is that a fake window or a real one? - If it is a fake window can you please let me know what material covers the window where glass should be? It is simple mirror? Thank you.

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Matt Clawson added this to Remodeling Your Kitchen in Stages: Planning and Design
Ask for HelpThe success of your project begins with asking yourself: What do I want my new kitchen to look like, and what work is required to get there? If you can’t come up with an answer and feel overwhelmed already, you simply need help. A designer is a good place to start, although an experienced architect or builder could also be the right starting point. After reading this series, you will have a better idea of what your remodel will entail. That’s important, because it might turn out that you can successfully manage your remodel on your own. If you are simply painting walls and cabinets, updating appliances and possibly replacing a plumbing fixture or two, you might not need much outside help. On the other hand, if there is more major work involved, with modifications to the floor plan (especially changes that include new rooflines, exterior additions and structural modifications) an architect can be invaluable. Architects are experienced at getting your plan approved through local building departments and also advising how to create new living space that functions properly and looks great.

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Sarah Kurtz added this to Sarah's ideas
find this a bit sterile but shows a small space and wood counters

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