The French armoire inset is only one trick of the trade used in this soft palette design. Many from the kitchen obsessed crowd would begin buying for their dream kitchen with the French range. But designer Samantha Lyman and her client’s first purchase was the pair of vintage Dutch ship lights. The large scale vintage [...]
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 [...]
Original features almost a century old are still sought after details today. It’s not often you run across a magazine kitchen that has been virtually untouched since its completion in the 1920′s. Los Angeles designer Dan Marty was the lucky occupant of this historic Villa d’Este apartment when these pictures were taken several years ago. [...]
An artist’s touch is the pièce de résistance in this opulent guesthouse. We all have favorite rooms that stay in our minds, the ones we’re always happy to run across again. I was reminded of a favorite kitchen while reading Jane’s recent post Delft Tile Kitchen Style. Her article’s first picture [below, here] prodded me [...]
Materials and design were kept simple, so large statements don’t overwhelm. A Northern California kitchen boasts a raw metal custom range hood worthy of respect - but it’s not what drew me. It was the island’s over-sized concrete trough sink featuring a pair of faucets from Ann Sacks. This outside-the-box Italian style home is located [...]
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