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Kitchens of the 2000s
12 current kitchens we adore, have cherished, and will love for a long time to come. See a greater amount of our best kitchens here, at that point investigate kitchens from the '60s, '70s, '80s, and '90s.
This New Orleans kitchen houses a varied earthenware accumulation. Included in the January 2005 issue.
A rebuilt kitchen has a Thermador cooktop and Gaggenau stoves. The custom cupboards are California oak. Highlighted in the February 2003 issue.
Park Avenue Kitchen
In this kitchen designed by Barbara Hackett, new custom veneer cabinetry is by Interior Management. The stove is by Viking. Highlighted in the March 2002 issue.
Custom solid ledges were thrown set up. The kitchen likewise includes a flush-set icebox and Viking range. Highlighted in the August 2006 issue.
Hudson River Valley Kitchen
A Viking range, vintage Eero Saarinen table, and Charles Eames seats fill the kitchen. Highlighted in the March 2001 issue.
Palm Beach Kitchen
Designer Joan Schindler made this kitchen around the immense marble frozen yogurt cupboard behind the table. It's an abnormal component for a 1940s Mediterranean-style house in Palm Beach, Florida, yet Schindler said its spotless, uncomplicated look fit right in.
Retro Meets Homey
This Chicago kitchen was included as the House Beautiful Kitchen of the Month in July 2006. Basic one-inch squares of high contrast tiles make a realistic backsplash behind the Wolf go, and the recessed opening, characterized by a pencil detail, goes about as an advantageous rack for fixings. Designer Mick de Guilio said he took the kitchen back to its mid twentieth century pilgrim establishes neatly, utilizing the present materials and appliances.
Farm-Fresh Connecticut Kitchen
Designer Peter Vaughn introduced eatery review ventilation for the Viking range in this northwestern Connecticut kitchen, included in House Beautiful in 2002. The sconces and downlight are from the Lighting Barn. At a bug showcase table: seats from Provence.
Modern Traditional Kitchen
In the kitchen Michael Smith designed for the Los Angeles home of a long-lasting customer, mechanical recolored solid floors meet nineteenth century prints and an antique roof apparatus studded with mirrors. In the focal point of the space, Smith's very own work island design matches brushed-metal tubing with an implicit wooden drainboard. Along the divider, stainless steel cabinetry and work surfaces settle against a reestablished 1950s white polish stove. This kitchen was highlighted in House Beautiful in 2002.
Warmth is the focal point of this Hollywood kitchen designed by Peter Durham. Everything about from square printed Indian texture lining bureau ways to a block lined wood-consuming chimney — emanates comfortable appeal. The hand-stamped floor tiles are via Carocim from Studio 11. The ledges and shelf stone are from Solistone. The Rohl sinks have fittings from Ann Sacks.
Sea and Sky Kitchen
The subject for this East Hampton house, designed by Jonathan Rosen and highlighted in House Beautiful in October 2006, was ocean and sky, the kitchen included. Pink and blue tones were obtained from the family room. Ballard Designs stools were specially lacquered. Floor tiles and backsplash, from Southampton Brick and Tile, changed the spec house kitchen.
Soulful Pennsylvania Kitchen
The customer's adoration for Swedish style propelled the cabinetry, specially designed by designer Kevin Ritter, in this Pennsylvania kitchen, around 2007. The 5-burner Diva de Provence acceptance cooktop conveys more than 89,000 BTUs. The 36-inch double convection stove is by Wolf. Wither pendant lights from LBL Lighting.
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