This futuristic eating desk has hidden heating and cooling parts beneath its surface to cook dinner meals, or to keep meals warm and drinks chilly. In retaining with the house’s authentic 1885 farmhouse model, designer Sarah Richardson selected new kitchen parts — like cabinets and power-efficient appliances — that might blend effectively with interval touches like the country tin pendants over the island.
In designer Ray Booth and TV govt John Shea’s hilltop house in Nashville, the kitchen options Roman Thomas pendant lights which might be put in above the Ray Booth-designed island, Ann Sacks tile was used for the backsplash, the sink fittings are by Kohler, and the stools are by BDDW; a portray by Louise Crandell surmounts the bar cupboard, at left, which was devised by Booth and is clad in an Edelman leather.
Handscraped wood floors laid on the diagonal lead friends into this sprawling kitchen where designer Jamie Herzlinger mixed traditional parts like X-front cupboard doorways with fashionable touches just like the minimal chrome steel vary hood.
She selected white wall cupboards to maintain the space shiny but decided on a darkish stain for the island to break things up. Gray, gold and black linoleum ground tiles add a playful contact and echo the colours discovered within the glass tile backsplash.
This residence dweller was working with an extremely narrow kitchen house that didn’t have excessive ceilings to make up for it. Instead of reworking the actual cabinetry or fixtures, they painted the ceiling and a single wall in black chalkboard paint, including a floor-to-ceiling wall decal of an ornate antique fork.