Back at you with more from Nina Farmer and this 1904 Arts & Crafts home outside of Boston that thankfully has most or its original woodwork still intact (and looking mighty fine!). The problem was the kitchen had renovated previously and needed a serious makeover. Nina went art deco with it and the result is one of the most beautiful and unique kitchens I have ever seen.
Photos: Paul Raeside
A glamorous contemporary kitchen by Toronto based interiors studio Estee Design. Sleek modern lines,bespoke timber cabinetry and a splash of kitchen bling with glass and brass feature shelving. You all know I have a thing for beautifully designed kitchen sand this one is ticking all my boxes.
After 30 years of stale decor and small rooms, Gramercy Design took this 1400 sq ft Lower Fifth Avenue apartment to a whole other lofty level by opening it and making it conducive to entertaining. The kitchen is the money shot. So simple yet perfectly executed in a fairly small space. Stashing that photo in my inspiration folder.
Approachable, livable and super stylish this contemporary kitchen with its vintage overtones is packed with personality. No cookie cutter, big box store blandness. Oh no. This kitchen is all about being effortlessly easy in the Big Easy. Irish Channel kitchen and dining by New Orleans based Logan Killen Interiors.
I love it when designers embrace their creativity and develop really unconventional spaces without boundaries. This home may be modern and polished but it has such character and whimsy in some subtle and not-so-subtle doses. Mona Ross Berman may have gone where no designer has gone before, but she rocked this project.