Beach House Kitchens
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Antique beams crisscross a Nantucket kitchen designed by Karin Blake and the Nantucket Architecture Group. Painted diamonds span the wood floor, and the counters are butcher block.
beadboard cabinets and Venetian-plaster walls
A stone wall, ceiling beams, and a barnlike door add rustic touches to the otherwise contemporary kitchen of a Malibu beach house designed by Michael Lee.
Decorator Darryl Carter is celebrated for his adept use of white (he even has his own line of predominantly neutral paints for Benjamin Moore), so it’s no surprise that he created a handsome ivory kitchen in a Washington, D.C., home he designed with architect Donald Lococo. Traditional cabinetry is enhanced by Calacatta gold marble counters and alabaster pendant lights, while reclaimed-oak beams add a rustic accent. (September 2012)
In the Los Angeles home of fashion designer Jenni Kayne and her husband, real-estate agent Richard Ehrlich, a ceiling of reclaimed timber brings warmth to the modern kitchen. Architecture firm Standard helped make it one of the most used rooms in the house, with the compelling mix of French industrial pendant lights from the 1920s and white-lacquer cabinetry.
a ceiling of reclaimed timber brings warmth to the modern kitchen.
Soaring ceilings and dramatic skylights imbue this Long Island kitchen with an airy, barnlike feel.
Nantucket kitchen - The custom-made kitchen cabinetry by Thirty Acre Wood is painted in Benjamin Moore’s Camouflage, while industrial-chic ceiling fixtures from Ann-Morris Antiques are suspended above the marble-top island. (July 2012)
The sleek, minimalist kitchen of author/photographer Kelly Klein complements the open and airy design of her Palm Beach, Florida, house, which was created by David Piscuskas of the firm 1100 Architect. “Some people don’t like looking at their things,” Klein says of her kitchen’s shelving. “I like seeing my glassware and dishes.” (August 2012)
Bright beach house kitchen with many large windows to capture the view
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Perfectly nautical slice of a kitchen by Brooks & amp; Falotico.