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Designer Tips On How To Make a Pro Kitchen

An interior designer and a pastry chef worked together to create a beautiful and efficient cooking space

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Photography: Shaira Luna (Profile) and SM Home

Have you ever dreamt of creating a kitchen that is worthy enough to be used by a well-known chef? Le Petit Souffle owner and pastry chef Miko Aspiras envisioned such a kitchen, and interior designer Dagny Madamba took on the challenge.

Chef Miko wanted a kitchen that is reminiscent of provincial France with a light touch of Scandinavian elements. He also wanted it to be workable and efficient for a family who loves to cook and casually entertain guests. According to Dagny, when you design a kitchen, you first have to think about the layout, “Having a well-thought-out layout really saves time and energy,” she explains. Dagny gives us five tips on how to style your own pro kitchen.

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