The wall-mounted Vent-A-Hood range hood in polished stainless steel is a chef-worthy piece of art that ties in beautifully with the quartzite island, RH stools and Capital light fixtures. Via Colorado Homes Mag
Bernhardt table, atop a Crate & Barrel chair and beneath a Feiss light fixture. Running Water 1 by Derrick Breidenthal, an oil painting from Walker Fine Art, adds ambience. Kravet fabric covers the bench, and the windows are by Pella.
Kitchen The high-maintenance walnut countertop on the island was not without controversy. Kitchen white cabinets and walnut island counter. Vertical subway tiles splashback, brass hanging pendent lights. Via
This glamorous yet family-focused apartment epitomises the style of designers @humbertetpoyet with both classic and contemporary references. Functional and chic, the kitchen mixes Arabescato marble with green cabinets, black BassamFellows 'Tractor' stools and the 'Asterios' pendant light in bronze and frosted glass by Humbert & Poyet.
Off-white cabinets and ivory-gray floors are combined with charcoal walls, countertops and decorative accents to create a chic and inviting cooking and eating space. The mix of shapes — diamonds in the backsplash, triangular light fixtures and hood vent, oval X-back bar stools — makes for a captivating display. Via
A large island covered in a charcoal-hued quartz countertop is the central hub of the kitchen. It provides plenty of prep space, dining for four and it’s also a nice spot to visit with the cook while they’re preparing a meal.
Floor-to-ceiling windows in the breakfast nook flood the kitchen with lots of natural light and warm ambiance.
This wider view shows additional seating in the adjoining breakfast nook. Dark ceilings with off-white cabinetry throughout both spaces continues the high-end light-and-dark color theme.
A large cased opening connects the kitchen and breakfast nook to the spacious great room and staircase leading up to the bedrooms. The door off the breakfast nook opens to the upper deck, which has an enticing outdoor seating area.
Designed by homeowners Sabine and Paul, the kitchen combines stainless steel, acrylic and River Gold granite to create a modern palette, featuring stools designed by the couple, a pink Valentina Cameranesi sculpture on the island, cylindrical extractor and Sammode glass tube lights. Via
Corian benchtop in Glacier White. Carrara marble subway tiles, Teranova. Le Corbusier 'Projector 365' lights, Mondo Luce. Original jarrah flooring. via
This kitchen by Miriam Fanning of @mimdesignstudio, a finalist in the 2019 Sub-Zero International Kitchen Design Contest, exudes confidence through its robust but beautiful materials, top-of-the-range appliances and specifically designed elements.
An elegant makeover from @alexandrakidd which rethinks and refines the vertical connections of the five-storey home. The kitchen moved down a level to be more accessible for easy, everyday living. The surfaces are in a glamorous mix of Calacatta marble from Nefiko Marble and Rimex stainless steel in Champagne.
The Paonazzo marble in this Blakes London-designed contemporary kitchen certainly has the wow factor ✨ Bespoke cabinetry by @blakesldn.
Modern green and gray kitchen by Chan + Eayrs architect. And we *still* reference the perfect green of its ceiling amongst the team all the time. It's naturally pigmented limed plaster, since you ask. Photo by Toby Lewis Thomas
A statement slab of terrazzo by @dzekdzekdzek is all the decoration that’s needed in the kitchen of this Paris home. Its marble-flecked surface is softened by brass details, wooden floor-to-ceiling doors and a pop of green laminate.
Striking stone islands are having a moment. Turn to our kitchen supplement to discover the myriad styles on offer, including this dramatic space with its ‘panda marble’ centerpiece by @artistic_tile.
This unique kitchen designed by @jakemoulson breaks with convention with its wavy worktop edge. It’s a good showcase for the wonders of concrete, a material which can be poured into a wide variety of shapes to sculptural effect.