4 Knockout Kitchens That Will Make You Want to Get Together
Whether indoors or out, the kitchen is the place to be.
For this Dallas, Texas, property, Maestri Studio’s designers created an elegant outdoor hacienda beside the striking, tile-bordered plunge pool. All the necessities are at hand in the True Residential refrigerators and storage drawers. The beverage cooler ensures that a cold draft is a moment away. Furnishings by Brown Jordan; Fabric by Kravet.
Photography by Jenifer Mcneil Baker.
A light-filled kitchen in Chicago, by designer Alexandra Kaehler, used a more subdued color palette to contrast with the rest of the home, which is filled with both bright color and pattern. Reflective finishes and pale creams and blues amplify the abundant light that pours in
from oversized windows. Brass fixtures by Waterworks complement the vintage brass of the lantern over
the massive island. Refrigeration by Sub-Zero;
range by Wolf; roman shade by The Shade Store.
Photography by Aimee.
In the Lincoln Park neighborhood of Chicago, designer Debra Weninger remodeled a home for a young couple, their children, and their extended family. The final remodel is infused with color, texture, art, and joy, and reflects the blending of the family’s Indian and American culture. Custom cabinetry by New Style; refrigeration by Sub-Zero; range and ovens by Wolf; tile by Artistic Tile.
Photography by Minocqua Photography.
Designer Tricia Bayer of Belle Kitchen created this sleek kitchen for clients in Orono, Minnesota. The clean, muted palette is secondary to the views of the green foliage just beyond the full-height glass windows. Sink stations from The Galley; Miele wall ovens, induction range, and coffeemaker; Sub-Zero refrigerators and cooling drawers; Armac Martin cabinet hardware, through Katonah Architectural Hardware.