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Your kitchen is the place where everyone meets first thing in the morning and gathers again in the evening before dinner. It is simply the most used part of the home and therefore a lot of thought needs to go in to planning this space, and with the right advice and guidance it doesn’t need to be the daunting task it could be. Open-plan living is still the most sought after design – a space where people want to cook, dine and relax, so the kitchen has truly become a multifunctional space, and in this issue we offer you all aspects of kitchen design and planning, from how to choose your kitchen designer and choosing your kitchen style with the rest of your home in mind, to finding the right flooring, lighting, appliances and storage for your needs. Our readers’ homes take us firstly to Moira where Kerry and Richard have built their dream home – an elegant, understated family dwelling, sympathetically enhanced by a neutral colour palette. Then onto Dublin where a Victorian terrace has been renovated and extended into a bright, split level Modernist home. And finally, Aoife and Ralph invite us into their Dun Laoghaire property which, with the addition of a modern extension, has become a stylish and spacious home. Getting back to the kitchen, we bring you some delicious recipes from Anja Dunk’s cook book, Strudel, Noodles and Dumplings – the new taste of German cooking. Our travel pages take us to arguably the most famous route to drive in the world, Route 66 and one that appears on many bucket lists. Closer to home and with the warmer weather and sunnier days arriving on our Emerald Isle, we showcase our top five stunning beaches and seaside towns to check out this summer.

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