A few changes redefines a French kitchen. Several years ago, Jane featured the charming Mother Daughter Rustic Kitchens [below] belonging to Houston designers Pamela Pierce and Shannon Bowers. I instantly recognized Pierce’s not-so-rustic retreat in the current issue of Veranda [top]. Having grown tired of the decor, Pierce mixed contemporary pieces with the existing antiques, [...]
Old-house walls add patina and character to modern kitchens. When we lived in Italy I fell in love with the old stone walls in the ancient houses and marveled at how modern fixtures and features mixed in, particularly in the kitchens. Stone always adds a certain degree of rusticity yet at the same time it [...]
Built to reflect a passion for the Mediterranean, “Kitchen Week” continues with another timeless beauty. The desire for an intimate “old” home led a Southern California couple to down-size, yet they still needed room for their large family to gather. Merle and Ron Mardigian partnered with Liza Kerrigan to design a kitchen addition for their [...]
Charm and comfort, even in the laundry room. A reclaimed stone floor, natural oak woodwork, and a play of raw and finished surfaces is mixed with carefully chosen antiques in an ancient farmhouse that shows why Belgian style has become so celebrated. Rustic but elegant, the house was renovated by interior designers whose taste range [...]
The starting point of this design was one of sentiment. The desire to keep it simple led interior designer Melanie Pounds and husband toward the purchase of a small 1920′s cottage. Pounds designed its kitchen around their first joint purchase – an antique worktable. The room is full of visually heavy pieces, yet they don’t [...]
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