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Eighteen stools of various heights were gathered from the rest of the house and painted white. Guests, short or tall, can sit where they are the most comfortable around the metal-topped table.

Martha's 1920s kitchen in her home in Maine

I think this is from Martha Stewart's historic Ford home. I love the furniture work island with work stools of varying heights. What a GREAT intact (or earlier) kitchen that is still so functional!

The wash-up area is across from the stoves.  The two enameled sinks are original to the house. 1925 Ford estate

Skyland kitchen - wash-up area across from the stoves; the enameled sinks are original to the house

Cullman & Kravis, great use of space.  Love the detail on the ceiling

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Willow Decor: Hardware in the Christopher Peacock Style Kitchen

Copeland: Christopher Peacock has wonderful kitchen designs. I think you might like his use of wood surfaces + white cabinets.

More from the Ford's 1925 kitchen.

This is my 'Great Wall of China' - I took every white dish I could find in the cupboards and put them on display.

Gorgeous kitchen with glass front upper cabinets echoing stainless steel barrel kitchen hood embelishment. Ivory subway tile backsplash, glass island lanterns and modern black windsor bar stools. Ivory kitchen crown molding millwork and polished nickel bridge kitchen island faucet.

Stainless hood, white subway tile, thick marble counters, bell jar lanterns, cabinet front detail - pretty kitchen by Phoebe Howard. Love the faucet too

Love the separate freezer & fridge and the old fashioned icebox handles on the cabinets.

LOVE this kitchen. I'm obsessed with all white walls.and I love a clean, simple white kitchen! - haynes-roberts all white kitchen

Overheard: Heather Tierney of Apothéke Opens Juicery-Café, The Butcher’s Daughter - Vogue

Overheard: Heather Tierney of Apothéke Opens Juicery-Café, The Butcher’s Daughter

Vogue Daily — The café’s light-filled interior was the first commercial commission for Tierney’s boutique design firm, Wanderlust, which she runs when she’s not behind the bar at her two nightspots, Apothéke and Pulqueria.