One stunning way to take the idea of a “warm” kitchen literally. A sleek gas fireplace – installed into a wall of cabinets – is a unique feature of a brick-walled post-industrial-style Vancouver kitchen. Sometimes referred to as a “hole in the wall” fireplace, this one floats in the wall spreading the warmth of its [...]
Our final “Kitchen Week” offering is super-vibrant & one-of-a-kind, based on an owner’s collections. When the dynamic hand of New York’s Diamond Baratta (now Anthony Baratta as William Diamond has retired) goes to work in a house expect knockout color, exceptional pattern and amazing attention to detail. All those elements are present in this nostalgic [...]
A strong design statement brings a warm contemporary feel to a normally rustic space. To brighten the darkest room in this home, designer John Oetgen and kitchen designer Sally Ann Sullivan put a modern twist on mountain aesthetics. Jewel tones were pulled from the living area of the open plan, setting the foundation for the [...]
An overabundance of stainless steel is successful due to the balance of details. Sometimes less is more. On the other hand, sometimes more is better. Such is the case with this stainless steel range wall. It’s not unusual to see a sheet of stainless used for the cooking area backsplash – something architect Ken Linsteadt [...]
Pale yellow and dark wood blend with marble and steel in a contemporary cottage. There’s something very neat and understated about this East Coast country house kitchen which shows a welcome balance between warm and cool, old and new. On the warm side are the elegant pale yellow, Shaker style perimeter cabinets around a dark [...]
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