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Dalby soot grey / smoky grey

Dalby is a recessed door (22 mm) with a frame and straight edges

During a renovation, the kitchen on a large storey in a building from the end of the 1800s was moved to a new, larger room with much better light and greater access. An industrial touch was added by fully tiling the walls and using stainless shelves for the glasses and porcelain. The carpented kitchen cabinets feature recessed Dalby doors. The bottom cabinets are painted soot grey while the top cabinets are smoky grey. The worktops are made of Corian™ and the sink section is porcelain. The black cooking range is from Ilva and the white extractor hood is an individual design ordered from Kvänum. The open shelves above the refrigerator and below the top cabinet generate a more traditional ambience in the room.

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Dalby soot grey handpainted on ash, wall cabinet in smoky grey. Worktops in Corian, sink in porcelain and knobs in white porcelain.
Black stove from Ilve, fan from Kvänum.
White knobs in porcelain.
Antique shelves in smoky grey over the fridge.
Wall cabinet and shelf underneath all handpainted on ash in smoky grey, Sink in porcelain, mixer from France.
Large dining table in the middle of the big kitchen.
The hall has a beautiful floor from Marrakech.
Shelves in stainless steel.
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