Exquisite Kitchen Details
Do what you want to with a kitchen, but it's in the details that a classic is born.
This custom secretary from Wood-Mode incorporates the detail molding and beadboard backing found elsewhere in the kitchen. It started out as a place for the telephone.
These white tiles echo the vintage look of the stove and the rest of the 1880's house.
These custom cabinets include a slide-out cutting board and open-front drawers for storing produce fresh from the market or garden.
Deep, wide drawers offer the luxury of space. Fill them with pots, serving platters, even trash and recycling bins.
Plates can go right from the neighboring dishwasher to these drawers, which hold up to 110 pounds each, even when opened on full extension steel glides.
Wide tiles can make an island feel like a sub-continent.
Not all kitchen features can be made better with brushed stainless and LED readouts. This vintage stove has a built-in niche for salt and pepper.
The vertical muntins on the living room windows inspired the design of the glass-front kitchen cabinets.
A chef designed this kitchen, choosing the finest materials: cherry cabinets, mocha granite, and red oak floors.
This Franke extra-deep double-bowl stainless-steel sink and high-necked brushed-nickel faucet make rinsing big pots darn near enjoyable.
Decorative tile adds a touch of nostalgia to a small country kitchen.