A dark palette is anything but boring when a mix of patterns are involved. I am drawn to darker rooms these days – must be the bright springtime sun. Although I’m not brave enough to do this in my home, I find the mix of patterns and limited color palette intriguing. The upper cabinet and [...]
Earthen structures on the Balearic Island of Formentera use natural materials for similar, yet unique, kitchens. Sandy white beaches and clear turquoise seas call most people to the island, but the architectural beauty of the homes are what speak to the rest of us. Typical kitchens feature concrete cabinet shells with rustic wood plank doors [...]
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. [...]
Kitchen features come and go. The pantry is no different. Although they have been around for centuries, in the 1950′s pantries became less common in American homes. Walk-in pantries began making a comeback in the late 1990′s and are now one of the most requested kitchen features. But many of today’s homeowners expect more from [...]
A French table with lyre base anchors this bright white kitchen Atlanta Designer Suzanne Kasler worked her magic to keep the interiors second only to the marsh and Pocotaligo River views in this wonderful coastal South Carolina Brays Island home. This kitchen is located in the “bunkie house,” which is third in line behind the [...]
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