As a focal point, the wall above the range – called the range guard — takes on added importance. For a spacious kitchen in a newly constructed Spanish country home, architect Pablo Carvajal and designer Isabel Lopez-Quesada created a stunning range guard behind a white Lancanche Sully with an electric (or possibly induction) top. Protecting [...]
Dark kitchens work best when light spills through windows and cabinets contrast with walls and flooring. Leave it to designer and antiques dealer Richard Shapiro to take a roofless surf shack on Malibu’s Broad Beach and turn it into an illusion of a centuries old crumbling villa. Although a black kitchen may not appeal to [...]
Etched glass door inserts feature letters for a fun, personal touch Apple green cabinets brighten up this year round beach residence while avoiding the usual coastal influence. Cabinets rise to the occasion, and in this case to a Mondrian inspired ceiling. Uppers are found resting on the corner counter, making this usually awkward area more [...]
Marble subway tile enriches the black and white design formula Designers are always looking for ways to personalize kitchens, particularly the two standby classics: all white and black-and-white kitchens. Back in January I wrote that all-white had become formulaic. That post White Kitchens — Trend Over raised some hackles. Too bad. It’s true. Recently I [...]
In London, a 19th Century house with a 21st Century kitchen Modernizing a kitchen in a Victorian house in England is no small accomplishment, even for a designer as celebrated as Robert Couturier. When a longtime client moved from New York to London, Couturier chose the classic black-and-white color scheme using white Smallbone cabinetry with [...]
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