Even tiny kitchens can have serious style. In this layout the refrigerator extends onto a separate wall, but for probably the most half the focal point is the principle wall, which consists of high-finish home equipment, darkish-toned cabinets, blue under-cupboard lighting and a classy backsplash.
This state-of-the-artwork galley kitchen features Poliform cabinetry, stainless-steel home equipment and a back-painted glass backsplash that reflects the temper of the house owner in the changeable LED mild that shines on it. Design by Andreas Charalambous.
“Cobalt was a enjoyable method to keep away from the everyday all-white kitchen,” says Mark D. Sikes , who selected Farrow & Ball’s Stiffkey Blue for this cheery island; the stools are by Serena & Lily, the Roman shade is in a China Seas fabric and the rugs are from Dash & Albert.
In a Manhattan apartment designed by Miles Redd, the kitchen is small, but proprietor Tom Mendenhall has no hassle making braised brief ribs for eight in it. Cupboards are lacquered in Bamboo Leaf by Fantastic Paints of Europe, as was the curler shade by Manhattan Shade & Glass, which erases an exhaust unit.
The Palecek rattan pendant on this kitchen feels “previous-college Florida,” designer Andrew Howard notes; the home equipment are from Viking, the Lee Industries stools are in fabrics by Perennials and Link Out of doors and the window shades are in a Peter Dunham Textiles linen.