Geometric White Oak Cabinetry: Architect Paul Bates introduces a modern touch to his traditional Birmingham kitchen with geometric white oak cabinetry inspired by David Alder's Clow house in Chicago.
Hidden Appliance Ambiance: In a Colonial Williamsburg home designed by Heather Chadduck Hillegas, appliances are discreetly hidden under cabinetry panels, contributing to an early American ambiance.
Butler s Mirror Illusion: A 19th-century butler s mirror in a Manhattan apartment designed by Garrow Kedigian creates the illusion of more space while showcasing a brass sheet backsplash in the kitchen.
Statement Window Treatments: Anthony Baratta's small New York City kitchen captivates with a theatrical pelmet and painted trim, drawing attention to a large window and complementing the original mosaic tile floors.
Antique Iron Table Island: In Todd Romano's San Antonio kitchen, an antique iron table serves as a unique island, contributing to an open feel with glossy ebony cabinetry.
Checkerboard Floor Illusion: Cece Barfield Thompson's NYC apartment kitchen utilizes a large-scale checkerboard pattern to visually expand the space, emphasizing the charm of original steel casement windows.
Petite Kitchen, Large Island: Robert Passal's New York City kitchen defies its size limitations by incorporating a large island, offering seating for four and including a cooktop to optimize space.
Built-In Banquette Seating: In a Montreal home designed by Les Ensembliers, banquette seating is intelligently built-in underneath the window, creating a cozy breakfast nook and featuring Caesarstone countertops.