Space challenges are met head on in an urban apartment. Small galley kitchens are usually not favored due to sparse counter space, storage shortages and cramped quarters, but this Manhattan apartment is sure to alter that preconceived notion. Long runs of base cabinets provide ample storage and prepping surface. The curved end cabinet, left open [...]
From sage, to leaf, and now to blackened, green is a kitchen cabinet color that’s primed to trend. Warmer than gray, more interesting than white, and equipped with a quiet kind of glamor, medium-dark muted green manages to look urbane yet organic in the kitchen. I was immediately taken by the originality of its use [...]
Shamrock, pine and mint are hues that can add intensity to our cooking spaces. Intense green – the color of envy – appears to be gaining on the more acidic yellow-greens shades we’ve been seeing over the last few years. Perhaps that’s a sign of new confidence about color or just a vagary of shifting [...]
Using a bold green on kitchen cabinets shows confidence. When I’m attracted to something strong in the kitchen it’s usually coffee, horseradish or the color green, particularly an acid – or sharp, yellow-green – hue like the one that gives this kitchen such amazing verve. It’s also great to be able to get specific about [...]
Quick decisions don’t always look so well thought out, making us green with envy. A recent post, Various Degrees of Green, featured kitchens where green was king. Various shades appeared on cabinets and walls, even a pea-green gingham ceiling. While the ceiling is often referred to as the fifth wall, the floor doesn’t often come [...]
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