Redesigning your kitchen is not something you do fairly often. When remodeling her kitchen, blogger Bev Weidner, from Bev Cooks , took the time to plan a customized storage solution for the (usually unused) house over the fridge. Custom-made cabinetry conceals a lot of the home equipment in the open kitchen of this former athletic club, which was remodeled into a fancy Manhattan condo by designer Bruce Bierman.
From the orange Smeg fridge to the minty inexperienced cabinetry, it is easy to miss the pint-sized flooring plan of this candy-colored space. Additionally they ditched the decrease cupboards for freestanding parts, including a stainless-steel rolling island and a mango-wood Crate & Barrel console fitted with a marble prime.
The kitchen on this California home was enlarged by combining it with the formal eating room and updating it with recent takes on classic nation model—all while maintaining the house’s unique yellow-and-purple color scheme. In this super small Parisian kitchen, designer Marianne Evennou channeled her inner librarian, creating higher storage that mimics the beloved card catalogue.
An Upper East Side, Manhattan, duplex ‘s easy kitchen sparkles with white Corian cabinetry and counters. The blue-and-white backsplash also gives soft color and sample. A blue-grey painted ceiling emphasizes the lakeside location of the house during which this white kitchen resides.
In a space-starved kitchen, it’s tempting to go the all-white route, but this kitchen opts for a layered mixture of supplies, including reclaimed South Carolina barnwood (the cabinets and cabinets), galvanized steel (the countertops), soapstone (the sink), and even unlacquered brass (the hardware).