Published at Monday, March 18th 2019. by Caspian Karjala in Kitchen Cabinets.
In an NYC apartment, the kitchen’s custom island is topped with brushed stainless steel, the range is by Wolf, the Saarinen table and chairs are from Knoll, and the Dandelion chandeliers by Tony Duquette are from Remains Lighting; the Roman shade is of a China Seas fabric with velvet trim from Duralee, and the floor tiles are by Paris Ceramics.
In John Robshaw's Connecticut home, the kitchen’s settee is by Richard Wrightman, the sinkfittings are by Newport Brass, the ceiling lights are by Restoration Hardware, the countertops are marble, and the custom dhurrie is by John Robshaw; the walls are painted in Rose Quartz and the cabinetry in Starry Night, both by Benjamin Moore.
To warm up a modern kitchen, it's all about adding light. A glossy finish on cabinets bounces light back into the room. Combine fresh white paint and battered wood for a more relaxed look. Dreaming of our future farmhouse now.
Want the ultimate kitchen cleaning hack? Elevate your cabinets. Crumbs won't accumulate by the kick plates, and the space benefits from the extra shot of light. An unexpected turquoise hue livens up boring old white when peeking out from behind a cottage kitchen's glass-front cabinets.
Weathered wood cabinets add rustic charm. If only we could score some exposed wood beams, too. White and blue is about as classic a color combo as you can get. If you don't want something too bold, try a deep navy, and it'll feel more neutral.
For a modern Provincial kitchen, try minimalist grooved cabinetry in a soft green. Now all we need is a pain au chocolat to go with it. For a homey feel, try an island with cabinets and shelving. You can store your kitchen tools in the cabinets, then stack books on the shelves.
In the kitchen of this renovated spec home, natural light complements the custom cerused oak kitchen cabinetry with custom brass detailing. Circular pendant lights from Lambert & Fils provide contrast and bring out streaks of black in the marble countertops and backsplash from Marble America in New Rochelle, New York. The stools were sourced from CB2, and the appliances, Wolf.
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