Contemporary White Kitchen with Wood Parquet Ground. The tiling on the ground is basic French and the white hood is custom made. In a Southampton house designed by Steven Gambrel , the small kitchen is distinguished by glazed, black subway tile on the walls. A spacious heart island grounds the house and offers additional counter floor for food preparation and storage. The black and white kitchen features a flea-market desk, industrial-style chairs and a metal-and-driftwood pendant light by Olsson & Jensen.
Designer Stephan Jones and San Francisco art seller Francis Mill turned a former warehouse house into an artwork-crammed residence The kitchen isn’t any exception: the statement wall sculpture is by Manuel Neri The cabinetry is by Henrybuilt , the counter tops are PentalQuartz , the faucet is by Dornbracht , and the stools are by Overgaard & Dyrman.
The subway tile is from Dwelling Depot and the unique flooring is oak painted with a customized design. Designed by Mick De Giulio for Doug Atherley’s residence in the Ritz-Carlton Showcase in Chicago, it’s bisected into cooking and dining areas by a handsome middle island. The range is by Viking , the dishwasher is by Asko and the flooring is cork. The black-and-white scheme culminates on the checkerboard tile flooring to lend interest underfoot, while up to date lighting fixtures from Vaughan Designs lend a mod aptitude.
The counter tops are butcher block, the sink fittings are by Waterworks and the Wedgewood range is vintage. When area is restricted, it takes smart planning to create a multifunctional and aesthetically interesting kitchen. With out a dishwasher, a farmhouse sink can accommodate soiled pots and pans. The driving force was a kitchen that was traditional, timeless, and sensible,” designer Gerald Pomeroy explains.
Ashley Whittaker gutted a New York condominium ‘s kitchen, changing the dark cabinetry and terra-cotta tiles with white cupboards and Carrara marble. A built-in banquette gives ample seating on three sides of the table whereas also saving precious house. Working with just seventy two square toes , Austin designer Kim Lewis opted for in-plain-sight storage. This corner kitchen takes benefit of its comfortable parameters by opening up to the adjoining breakfast area, which is lit by tall glass windows and doors.