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This kitchen was produced in several different versions during the 15 years in production.

* White cabinets, light gray counters, gold colored knobs * White cabinets, dark brown counters, brown knobs * Dark brown cabinets, white details, dark brown counters.

..of course we need a mystery kitchen :) This kitchen is displayed in a catalogue from 1988/89 and again in 1990. This unit was sold at a swedish web auction, unfortunately before I started keeping track of kitchens.

The blue kitchen was replaced with a new Småland in 2009. It was given a minor upgrade in 2011, when the white diamond tile pattern was changed to a plain white tile. The first year the kitchen unit came with a multi colored checkered tile pattern.

This changed in 2006 into a green checkered pattern, and in 2010 to the turquoise seen above.

The breakfast bar has remained the same throughout the years.

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Here's a brief summary of Lundbys kitchen furniture, in the same style as the bathrooms that were covered in a previous post. If you have any additional information or find something that is wrong in my descriptions, please let me know.

********************************************************************************* The earliest Lundby (and/or Lerro) kitchen furniture was - in different versions - produced up until 1973.

The white/blue version was the most common one, but I've seen the furniture in green, turquoise and other colors as well. The first version of the more modern Lundby kitchens came into production in 1974. There is s a slight difference in production from year to year, primarily the placement of the door knobs (as can be noted in the picture above), and the color of the wood on the kitchen cabinets.

The orange/yellow version was the last one to be produced, between 19. This is the second version of the Continental kitchen range, with the same units as its predecessor.

This also had slightly different versions from year to year (wood color and knobs placement).

Additionally, it had different versions of the cabinets.

Some were plain (as the one in the picture), other had cut-out pattern (as the kitchen below).