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: July 14, 2018
This is especially true in modern homes that have an open design that connects the kitchen with the living and dining areas. In India’s urban areas, including cities such as Chennai and Bangalore, the kitchen is often integrated into the social areas even in villas and small houses. Of course, with the advances in technology, the appliances and equipment used in modern kitchens are considerably different from the ones you may have come across in old bungalows.
In this elegant retreat on the island of Spetses, decorator Isabel López-Quesada carried the airy palette throughout the home. Even the exterior is white with blue trim, and a courtyard, paved with pebbles in traditional Spetsian style, marks the main entrance.Here, a kicky Kathryn M. Ireland print dresses up the family room’s double chaise longue; an Irini Gonou collage is mounted above the sofa, and the captain’s chair in the foreground and the painted chest at rear left are Greek antiques.