Published at Monday, March 11th 2019. by Jere Hanninen in Kitchen Cabinets.
In this Lower East Side condo, the dining area and kitchen connect and lead out to the balcony, so doing the cooking area in one finish would have overpowered the room. So, Homepolish designer Jae Joo paired a black marble blacksplash with a white marble island. Black stools and black glossy cabinets with white throw pillows as accents break things up.
In a San Francisco loft, the kitchen’s cabinetry is by Henrybuilt, the countertops are PentalQuartz, the faucet is by Dornbracht, the stools are by Overgaard & Dyrman and the wall sculpture is by Manuel Neri. Take blue and white to the next level with a vibrant burst of cobalt. It makes a statement but still feels classic.
Get the best of both worlds with clouded glass — the semi-transparent finish feels light, but still offers concealed storage. No one needs to see what's behind those doors. Grays can soften the contrast between black and white. It's also a complement to stainless steel in a kitchen.
Neutral on neutral. This combo will warm up a kitchen, but it's still timeless enough that you won't be dying to paint over it in a year. Pair light upper cabinets with a darker base so the room still feels light and spacious. Pro tip: Add glass doors and it'll feel even more open.
In a family-friendly New York apartment, the kitchen's range and microwave are by Wolf, the refrigerator is by Sub-Zero, the custom hood is by Vent-a-Hood, and the countertop is Calacatta Gold marble; Hans Wegner chairs, purchased at auction, flank a table by Eero Saarinen from Design Within Reach, and the vintage pendant light is by Max Ingrand for FontanaArte.
In a Palm Beach home, an artwork by Mircea Suciu hangs on the sliding wall of bleached mahogany that separates the kitchen from the dining area. In a Monaco home, the kitchen table and chairs are by Jeanneret; the oven, cooktop, and hood are by Aster Cucine.
In the kitchen of a ranch house in upstate New York, a root table found at an upstate New York auction was fitted with a glass top, the Josef Hoffmann chairs are covered in a vintage Larsen fabric, the ceiling incorporates beams from a 19th-century Pennsylvania barn and the lights are by Isamu Noguchi. The cabinetry and countertops are by Bulthaup, the refrigerator is by Sub-Zero, the oven is by Miele, the sink fittings are by Grohe, the flooring is Cuban cement tile and the walls are painted in Benjamin Moore’s Linen White.
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