Kitchens have so many design choices that they’re literally never ending. Shelton, Mindel & Associates updated the kitchen of a traditional Hamptons country home with Bulthaup cabinetry and stools, a Viking vary and hood, and a easy backsplash of white Waterworks tile. A considerate mix of materials together with reclaimed wood (on the walls and island) and aged zinc (on the counter tops and hood) gives this kitchen an acquired-over-time vibe.
Create a large opening within the wall between your dwelling space and kitchen. Her design has room for open storage (to house pots, pans, and the like), in addition to dividers to maintain cutting boards so as. Moroccan clay tiles from Badia Design cowl the kitchen backsplash, and the Silestone countertop is from Lowe’s.
At a Hamptons retreat designed by Leroy Street Studio, the kitchen island is topped with honed Mont Blanc marble. The vintage look of the home is strengthened with a new tongue-and-groove wooden-plank ceiling and a trio of oversize globe lights, a splurge merchandise.
In the Connecticut kitchen of equipment designers Richard Lambertson and John Truex’s Connecticut kitchen, a manufacturing unit stool from London provides industrial model to an otherwise quaint, nation chic area. In a Manhattan dwelling , this charming blue kitchen options wooden-and-marble cabinets commissioned by an artisan in India.
In a Woodstock, New York retreat, a pony peeks into the kitchen, which showcases customized-made beadboard cabinetry, a Rohl sink and a classic Moroccan rug. It creates a kitchen-worthy point of interest rather than a backsplash and frees up valuable cupboard area.