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5 Au Courant Designs for Condo Kitchens


Master the modern cookery with these stylish kitchen accessories, fixtures and cabinetry systems

Scavolini Motus - Kitchen accessories

Motus by Scavolini
Matching kitchen and living-room modules allow seamless combinations of the two spaces. Prices vary, at the Scavolini Store


24″ Freezer Refrigerator by LG
This quiet and compact cooler unit includes a Quick Freeze drawer that rapidly chills to lock in more flavour. $1100, at Hudson’s Bay

Oxo tools - Kitchen accessories

15-Piece Set by Oxo
A countertop crock with drip tray holds everything from a slotted spoon to a meat tenderizer, all made of stainless steel or heat-resistant nylon. $150, at Bed bath & Beyond


Totem by Joseph Joseph
Keep waste well-organized with stackable trash, recycling and organics compartments. From $300, at Neat

Condo Flavikerfloor - Kitchen Accessories

Dakota by Flaviker
Porcelain flooring that resembles well-worn alder planks self-levels to ensure flat installation. From $13/ Sq ft, at Marble Trend


Sunny Side Up Dish Towel
In a vibrant yellow hue, this oeuf-patterned cotton dishcloth is as energizing as a bacon-and-eggs breakfast. $8, at Crate & Barrel

Originally published in our Guide 2016 issue as Look Book: Au Courant Condo Cucina.


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