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Restaurant Visit: Capital Kitchen in Melbourne

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Restaurant Visit: Capital Kitchen in Melbourne

May 3, 2011

Located on the outskirts of Melbourne, Capital Kitchen features a combination of rustic and industrial elements—with a few modern touches throughout. Designed by Australia-based Mim Design ("We were going for a modern country farmhouse feel," the designers say), the interiors feature rustic timber floors, exposed brick walls, and sleek modern Carrara counters. For more information, go to Capital Kitchen.

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Above: The cafe includes an airy dining area.

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Above: A mix of modern housewares is on offer.

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Above: Sleek Carrara marble counters and white Caravaggio Pendants (available from Y Lighting) give Capital Kitchen a clean, modern look.

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Above: A farmhouse sink adds a domestic feel.

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Above: Long tables on wheels with Tolix stools.

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Above L: The shop signage is painted directly on the exterior brick. Above R: Corner seating with folding windows.

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