Archive | White Kitchen RSS feed for this section
custom fluted kitchen cabinetry by Frost and Keading via Atticmag

Fluted Cabinetry Kitchen

A modern kitchen created by artisans wielding a router. I ran across this kitchen last week while working on Industrial Chic Corrugated Tin. At first glance, I thought the island was fronted with tin, but further research lead me to the South Carolina custom cabinet shop of Frost & Keading. The painted modern kitchen features […]

Read full story Comments { 0 }
beach house kitchen with pie safe pantry wall - sardardesign via Atticmag

Pie Safe Pantry Kitchen

One unique feature lifts a white beach house kitchen to instant classic status. The wonderful thing about an old-fashioned pie safe is the ability to store food, such as baked goods, cheese, fruit or vegetables at room temperature in a closed cabinet that lets air circulate freely. Antique pie safes are highly collectible but in […]

Read full story Comments { 3 }
white kitchen with tone-on-tone wallpaper on the ceiling and a similar backsplash - House Beautiful via Atticmag

Wallpaper Ceiling Kitchen

Welcome to Kitchen Week 2013! This year’s theme is ‘special features.” Today’s we’re looking at tone-on-tone pattern. The all-white kitchen trend peaked several years ago but the look just keeps on coming.  So these days, keeping a white kitchen from looking fairly generic requires a special design strategy. In this New York City apartment, designer […]

Read full story Comments { 0 }
Elliott House white kitchen with retractable roof - yatzer via Atticmag

Retractable Skylight Kitchen

Welcome to Kitchen Week 2013! This year’s theme is ‘special features.’ We kick off with a unique glass roof. When a house wins architectural awards, the kitchen rarely plays a role in its design. But in the case of Elliott House, a four-story contemporary glass and concrete home in London, the kitchen is key due […]

Read full story Comments { 0 }
White English kitchen with metro tiled walls - World of Interiors via Atticmag

Metro Tile Kitchen

In England, subways are sometimes called “metro” tiles. For over 100 years now, white glazed rectangular tiles have been in continual use in kitchens. Washable and fire-resistant, tiled walls were a fixture during the late 19th Century when a working kitchen also featured a large range, a long table, deep “pot-size” sink, and larder or […]

Read full story Comments { 2 }