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As much as I'm drawn to boldly...
As much as I'm drawn to boldly colorful kitchens, I also have a soft spot for the opposite: the white...
Modern Storage and Sunshine Scare Away the Monster in a Kansas Kitchen
Monsters come in all shapes and sizes. For this young Kansas City family, the scary beast wasn’t all gnarled hair and venomous fangs. Rather it was an enormous range hood covered in decorative scrollwork and low-end wood trim that they felt...
Kitchen of the Week: A Dark Kitchen Brightens Up
The last time this San Francisco kitchen was remodeled, the Summer of Love was in full swing. “The oak cabinets were very late 1960s and very dark,” says designer Lisa Nerland. She was hired to take its appearance back even further, to its Edwardian...
Kitchen of the Week: A Fresh Take on Classic Shaker Style
Having renovated and added on to their semidetached Victorian house in London, Johnny and Gillian Martin teamed up with Jamie Blake of Blakes London and set about designing their kitchen. The couple had two key considerations. The first was that they...
Kitchen of the Week: Barn Wood and a Better Layout in an 1800s Georgian
Though the kitchen in this historic mid-1800s Georgian-style home had already been updated with many modern conveniences, the homeowners had a few bones to pick about the layout. For one, the corner sink didn’t feel efficient in the space, and a small...
Kitchen of the Week: Brick, Wood and Clean White Lines
This 1949 Los Angeles ranch had its charms, but in the kitchen the lack of storage, funky old booths and cabinets past their prime were not functional for the young family who were living there. The homeowners had admired interior designer Thea Segal’s...
Kitchen of the Week: Fine-Tuning a Connecticut Farmhouse
You don’t need all-new appliances, a completely different layout or a major addition to give a kitchen a fresh look and feel. Take this family’s 400-square-foot kitchen in a sophisticated farmhouse in southern Connecticut. The owners liked the location...
Kitchen of the Week: Orange Splashes Add Personality in Kansas
Amateur anthropologists could study the photos of this kitchen in Kansas and learn a lot about the family who inhabits it. Clues include a dramatic color combination and personality-revealing accessories, which were added during an extensive remodel.
Kitchen of the Week: Chinoiserie Chic in New England
Interior designer Phoebe Lovejoy Russell’s kitchen/dining room was not working for her family at all. One of the first things you see when you walk into her condo, the kitchen had...
Kitchen of the Week: Cooking With Creekside Views in Maryland
When you’re fortunate enough to have water views like this, you want to make the most of them. That was the case for a professional couple in Annapolis, Maryland, with two school-age children; they wanted to highlight their home’s scenic creek-side...
How to Keep Your White Kitchen White
A recent featured ideabook on white kitchens garnered a ton of comments from readers, most of which contained concerns about how to keep those beautiful...
Kitchen of the Week: Storage, Style and Efficiency in San Francisco
With a 2-year-old child and another on the way, a San Francisco couple with a lower-level flat in a two-unit Edwardian building needed a more user-friendly kitchen that would be a better fit for their growing family. Their existing galley-style kitchen...
Kitchen of the Week: Casual Elegance and Better Flow
The owners of this stately 1930s colonial in Chevy Chase, Maryland, set out to upgrade their kitchen to better reflect the architectural details of their home. As professionals and the parents of two young children, they also wanted a workhorse kitchen...
Kitchen of the Week: Warm and Industrial in New Hampshire
Kitchen designer Karen Swanson of New England Design Works and the owner of this New Hampshire kitchen found each other on Houzz. “She liked some of the ideabooks...
Kitchen of the Week: Captain Courageous Style in Massachusetts
Karen Swanson’s historic Manchester, Massachusetts, home was built in 1850 by a prosperous local sea captain named John Carter, and although most of the house has the architectural detail of that period, the kitchen was a relic of the 1950s (or thereabouts)....
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