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Trending on Remodelista: Moveable Kitchens, High to Low

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Trending on Remodelista: Moveable Kitchens, High to Low

March 11, 2023

Remodelista editors are loving moveable, modular kitchens—and so are we. If you’re in the same small-is-better, moveable-is-best, industrial-is-cool camp, here’s some content you’ll be interested in over on their site this week.

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Yes, this is the kitchen, as imagined by Vipp, purveyors of luxe &#8\2\20;unfitted&#8\2\2\1; kitchens. Photograph by Irina Boersma César Machado, courtesy of Vipp, from The Vipp Pop-Up Palazzo: Scandi Minimalism in an Italian Baroque Setting Turned Temporary Hotel.
Above: Yes, this is the kitchen, as imagined by Vipp, purveyors of luxe “unfitted” kitchens. Photograph by Irina Boersma César Machado, courtesy of Vipp, from The Vipp Pop-Up Palazzo: Scandi Minimalism in an Italian Baroque Setting Turned Temporary Hotel.

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From Japan, stainless steel building blocks for the kitchen and bath. See Kitchen of the Week: The Unfitted Gleaming Kitchen from Toolbox in Tokyo.
Above: From Japan, stainless steel building blocks for the kitchen and bath. See Kitchen of the Week: The Unfitted Gleaming Kitchen from Toolbox in Tokyo.

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Above: A barely-there kitchen made up of components from the hardware store (steel work bench), restaurant supplier (steel pantry shelves), and the laundry room (concrete sink). Photograph by Eric Petschek, from Steal This Look: A Modular Salvaged Kitchen in Sonoma.

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