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Cook Up a Bite-Sized Condo Kitchen

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Hot and fresh culinary wonders for the condo-sized cookery

Urban by Scavolini

Clad with minimalist melamine, this compact cabinet system leaves room for a large eat-in table. At The Scavolini Store

condo kitchen accessories
Gold dish rack by CB2
Free up cupboard space and show off favourite plates with this wall-mounted, gold-plated dish rack. $70, at CB2

condo kitchen accessories
Liverpool by Céragrès
Easy-to-clean ceramic subway tile keeps the kitchen looking spotless. $7 per sq/ft, at Céragrès

DL-W15-LB-1-bosch
24″ Glass Door refrigerator and freezer by Bosch
This European-sized unit includes such perks as a built-in wine rack. $3000, at Luxe Appliance Studio

DL-W15-LB-1-blancosink
Quatrus by Blanco
A custom-sized cutting board, metal rack and tool slot all stack and lock onto this sink, maximizing real estate. Sink from $550, add-ons from $140, at Taps Bath Centre

condo kitchen accessories
Nest 9 Plus by Joseph Joseph
This food-prep set’s colourful mixing bowls and measuring cups stack together for easy storage. $70, at Neat

Originally published in our Winter 2015 issue as Flavourful Kitchens: Bit-sized eat-in.

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