12 Kitchen Counters: This Tribeca loft features plenty of Carrara marble—both the island and the back counter is encased. Harry Bertoia’s steel rod stools, made by Knoll, is a classic pair up, playing off the stainless appliances, open shelving, and chrome pendants. Tom Dixon, Open Shelves, Kitchens Design, Interiors Design, Marbles, Kitchens Counter, Design Kitchens, Bar Stools, Modern Kitchens
12 Kitchen Counters: Located in Vienna Austria, this is a converted warehouse by Loebell Architects that’s home to a family of four. The black wood island is a bold departure from the usual white marble.
12 Kitchen Counters: This Buenos Aires apartment, designed by Christine Chang Hanway, has the fun, retro feel of a diner. The red stools and pendants work well with the warm wood, and make the mishmosh of pantry items on the open shelving sing.
12 Kitchen Counters: The Calacatta marble used in this kitchen has prominent gold veins, adding color to the black and white palette. This unit, as well as the entire building, 33 Mackenzie Tower in Melbourne, was designed by architects Callum Fraser and Zahava Elenberg of Elenberg Fraser.
12 Kitchen Counters: There’s nothing more classic for a kitchen. The white cabinetry with glass shelves, solid Carrara marble island, and Bertoia stools are fresh and timeless.