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The furniture-style island provides display space and connects this kitchen with the natural tones found throughout the lakefront home.
White cabinetry with dark countertops and frosted glass shades with iron rod accents complete this kitchen’s high-contrast color scheme.
For Work & Play
Painted wood beams make this kitchen with a 10-foot-high ceiling feel cozy, and detailed woodwork throughout the room conveys a timeless quality.
A local stainless-steel manufacturer made the ladder and rails that provide access to upper cabinetry, where rarely used items are stored.
Updated & Elevated
The elevated seating area in this kitchen keeps the work space hidden — and can serve as a buffet. Shelves at either end hold cookbooks and collectibles.
Cabin to Contemporary
Reworking this kitchen within its existing footprint allowed the homeowners to spend the majority of their remodeling dollars on new surfaces, cabinetry, and professional-grade appliances.
Rhapsody in Blue
Rustic planks on the back of this island camouflage two cabinet doors, which provide access to seldom-used kitchen gear.
This friendly kitchen blends formal and casual elements. A toffee glaze finish softens detailed cabinetry, and a table-style island serves as a gathering spot.
Having It All
This appliance-packed kitchen functions like a much bigger space — and doesn’t feel cramped.
Dual vanities — a feature original to this bath — flank the French doors. Defined by crisp paneling and gold-color hardware, the units provide ample storage.
Maple countertops cap a golden pear-wood apron on this vanity, and horizontally grained English sycamore hides the sink plumbing. Dual-tone pao ferro — also known as Brazilian rosewood — lends distinction to a stacked-drawer divider that separates the sinks.
This bath was designed with a series of rectangles, from the sink shape to the wall tiles to the frosted-glass panel in the pocket door.
Identical doors on either side make the soaking tub this room’s focal point, and a weathered beam acts as a visual bridge between the enclosures.
With only 100 square feet, these homeowners thought they couldn’t have all the amenities of a luxurious bath. But bath designer Marina Phillips knew it was possible — with a well-planned layout.