Simple Kitchen Model

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There’s something about simple kitchens; they’re very realistic and very inexpensive to actually create in real life.

Final Render without Post Processing

This is a model of a kitchen designed for a low budget renovation project by Ravenor’s Design Solutions. The house belongs to a bachelor who has his daughters visit every other weekend.

Sketchup Model View
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Size33.2 Mb
Sketchup Version2017
VRay Version3.4
Materials IncludedYes
Render Ready?Yes
HDRI IncludedNo
IES IncludedNo

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