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Kitchen - contemporary single-wall kitchen idea in Vancouver with gray cabinets

mango design coContemporary Kitchen, Vancouver

mango design co provided interior design services to rize.ca for a multi-unit residential project at broadway & quebec street in vancouver.

this display suite shows a sample interior and eclectic interior styling to reflect the artistic bent of the mount pleasant neighbourhood.

while we wanted to keep things fresh & modern, shaker style cabinets were chosen to show some heritage roots.

furnishings from a number of local sources including design house, mint, fullhouse, bombast and attic treasures.

photography by eric saczuk of spacehoggraphics.com

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juliejules8899 wrote:Nov 13, 2013
zannazanna wrote:Jul 28, 2013
  • Sophie Antoine
    perfect use of a small space. I really love it.
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    mango design co
    Thanks so much Sophie!
jwaya wrote:May 23, 2014
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    mango design co
    thank you so much!! i had this table custom made at 30" ht so it works with standard height calligaris chairs.
    I had thought to use the 36" ht table so it would double as a kitchen work surface, but felt it might overpower the living room seating area.
    if you went with the 36" table, you would need counterheight stools.
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    ExclusiveMod Furniture
    Hi jwaya, if you want counter height chairs, please check out the ones we have at exclusivemod.com
stacyweitz wrote:Apr 29, 2013
mendicino wrote:Mar 11, 2012
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    mango design co
    they are the 'L'eau' chair from calligaris.com
  • mendicino
    Thanks so much
Eliana Walker wrote:Mar 9, 2017
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    mango design co

    I don't believe this one could be used as a real birdcage as it is painted wood... which is probably why it looks so nice! it was purchased in chinatown, vancouver at a shop that has long gone away...

cocogogo48 wrote:Dec 19, 2016
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    mango design co

    thanks so much! I'm not sure what company the developer used to build the cabinetry but we spec'd a simple shaker style painted in Benjamin Moore 2121-10 Gray with a low sheen finish. The countertop is caeserstone 'blizzard'.

chilland78 wrote:Mar 21, 2015
Cara Riley wrote:Jul 21, 2014
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    mango design co

    it's a walnut laminate. it was supposed to be natural american walnut hardwood but the developer went for laminate. i don't know the brand.

mazzucco wrote:Jun 19, 2014
Karolina Strnadova wrote:Feb 28, 2014
Theresa Shaw wrote:Feb 22, 2014
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    mango design co
    it's the bachelor sofa from bombast in east vancouver www.bombastfurniture.com/
Abdalla Abou Asali wrote:May 24, 2013
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    mango design co
    the room is about 16 feet across (the window wall) by 15 feet deep.
drakeland wrote:Feb 25, 2013
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    mango design co
    hmmm the colour palette: the walls are benjamin moore 'cloud white' & the cabinets are bm 'grey', the floor is natural walnut looking laminate, white oak wood furniture, grey & greyish brown soft seating with some aqua, peacock, purple & mauve accents.
ebam12 wrote:Jan 17, 2013

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It’s harder to have your own space. If you live with your partner, moving to a smaller abode means more time spent face to face. Retired empty nesters who’ve planned ahead do well to develop separate interests (to give each other space and things to talk about), as well as activities they like to do together (retirees who play together stay together).The upside: You may have a smaller home and fewer opportunities for time on your own, but you’ll also have fewer rooms that need cleaning.

Tiffany Carboni added this to Kick Back in Comfort in Your Own Kitchen LoungeOct 22, 2013

Choose a cohesive color palette. Charcoal painted kitchen cabinets create a furniture-like effect that complements the neutral pieces in this 6- by 15-foot space. The entire room is painted in Benjamin Moore's Cloud White. The media credenza and dining table, both from Design House, share the same blonde wood that helps to highlight the room's surrounding blue accents, while the Calligaris L'eau chairs don't try to compete with any of it.

Laura Gaskill added this to 12 Tips for Living Well in Your Loft or StudioJul 16, 2013

9. Choose the right scale. Appropriately scaled furniture can make the difference between a space that feels awkward and one that feels comfortable and homey. In a small space, choose the largest pieces you can while allowing ample room to walk around them. Pieces that are too small will only feel uncomfortable. In a large space, go bigger with the furniture — but keep it human-scale. Some sofas and chairs on the market today are so humongous that an average person is swamped sitting in them!Work with an interior designer to select and arrange your furniture

Laura Gaskill added this to 11 Apartment Hunting Tips for RentersApr 19, 2013

3. Keep track of multiple listings with a comparison checklist. When you are hitting half a dozen open houses in a single morning, they begin to run together. Keep pertinent info neatly sorted on a single checklist and snap a picture of each place to accompany it, if possible.

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