Mid-20th C limed and cerused oak finishes for kitchen cabinets find a new 21st C kitchen audience. Oak cabinets are inching their way back into kitchen fashion after having being painted or ripped out and sent to recycling for most of the last decade. But they’re not the same shiny-orange builder’s-grade boxes found in tract [...]
Can you feel the breeze of the style pendulum swinging from formal white to rustic raw wood for the kitchen? Recaptured, reclaimed or just reminiscent, kitchens centered on barn wood have been slowly gaining momentum as a favored look. Once confined to the pages of magazines centered on “country” styles, barn wood is working its [...]
A designer’s culinary work space, built to satisfy artistic aspirations as well as the needs of an active cook. In this home in suburban Connecticut, a personal vision based on travels to France combined with a love for European furniture inspired a blockbuster kitchen with its own language of ideas and surfaces and – happily [...]
When the top floor of a 1915 hotel was converted to a loft, this kitchen took on the early 20th C industrial vibe. Concrete floors and Depression era light fixtures are elements of an elegant industrial-style kitchen distinguished by a simple color scheme and the warmth of recycled and salvaged wood. But the kitchen takes [...]
A couple remodeled their 1927 kitchen by reusing and repurposing along the way. In a beautiful upstate New York Tudor Revival sat a tired, cramped and dark kitchen. The room had “good bones” with strong grain-pattern gumwood cabinets and leaded glass casement windows, but the original layout had inadequate storage and tight work spaces. Gumwood [...]
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