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From the basic and modern to the to a great degree sorted out, every one of these wonderful kitchens has a similarly breathtaking designer behind it who arranged out everything about. See a greater amount of our best kitchens here.
A Nautical New England Kitchen
An hearty dark colored and white palette keeps this Nantucket kitchen grounded, while a vaulted wooden roof evokes the island's marine history. Designed by Sandi Holland and Ray Pohl. Highlighted in May 2009.
A Zen Kitchen
Marguerite Rodgers made a kitchen with a Zen straightforwardness, watery green marble counters, and carefully assembled wood cupboards displayed after conventional Japanese stockpiling pieces. Included in April 2009.
A Relaxing California Kitchen
A dazzling outdoor chimney, hearty ochers and greens, and brew on tap make this California kitchen an awesome place for a gathering. Designed by Sandy Koepke. Included in August 2008.
A New York Kitchen
Designer Stephanie Stokes discovered clever approaches to spare space in this huge city kitchen. Highlighted in July 2008.
An Organized and Springlike Kitchen
That duck-egg blue cabinetry, those green glass tiles — this faultlessly sorted out kitchen feels like the main day of spring. Designed by Dionne Trifiro. Highlighted in March 2009.
A Kitchen for a Collector
The antique oak cupboard, initially made for a French store, is ideal for an authority. Designer Susan Dossetter found the multiplication Windsor seats in Nantucket and had the table made to work with the seats and the cupboard in this kitchen. Co-designed by Andrew Skurman.
A French-Inspired Kitchen
A inconspicuous palette, some toile, and some Parisian motivation make a kitchen reminiscent of a French château. Designed by Michele Allman.
A Marble and Wood Kitchen
Opposites draw in a kitchen that is contemporary and conventional, clean-lined and exciting. Designed by Eileen Segalman. Included in February 2009.
A Warm Traditional Kitchen
It's about wood in this customary kitchen that wraps you up in its rich warmth and gleam. Designed by McKee Patterson. Highlighted in January 2009.
A Calm Florida Kitchen
The hues in this kitchen have a similar quieting, shining characteristics as the water and sand it disregards. Designed by Kim Fouquet. Highlighted in September 2008.
The customer's adoration for Swedish style motivated the cabinetry, specially crafted by designer and furniture-producer Kevin Ritter, for this dim and blue kitchen.