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What will be in the kitchens of the future?

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SUPER CABINETS b2 kitchen tool cabinet, from $5,000 at Bulthaup in Toronto and Vancouver (www.bulthaup.com).

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SLEEK, SUBTLE, SEXY HOODS Horizon wall hood by Zephyr, $4,000 at appliance stores across Canada (visit www.zephyronline.com for retailers).

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COPPER'S COMEBACK Ruffoni Convivium Hammered Copper Stockpot, $465 at Williams-Sonoma (www.williams-sonoma.ca)

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GLOSSY GREYS Modular 36E8 counter by Lago, price on request through www.suite22.ca.

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A TOUCH OF OLD SCHOOL Rasymatto apron, $45 at Marimekko in Vancouver (www.marimekkovancouver.com) Stoneware mug by Molly Hatch, $16 through www.anthropologie.com.

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LIGHT BRIGHT Corbett Lighting’s Inertia pendant lamp with stainless-steel prisms and crystals, from $2,000 at select lighting stores across Canada (visit www.corbettlighting.com for retailers).

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BRINGING THE COUNTRY HOME Think faded wood floors and tumbled stone paired with shiny marble countertops and stainless steel furniture and appliances.

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SMART APP-LIANCES Stovetop computer screens, as showcased in Hettich’s kitchen of the future at this weekend’s Delicious Food Show.

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FAUCET FORWARD Grohe’s Blue faucet will be available in Canada in 2012 (visit www.grohe.ca for details).

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SIT BY THE FIRE Fireplace installation by Michaël Harboun’s Corian. Look to Paloform (www.paloform.com www.paloform.com) for some of the best commercial versions.

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