from the archives... We adore this look. Always will. New stove ducts were left exposed to spare the original tin ceiling. Poured-concrete countertops give the kitchen a homey quality. Salvaged wood from old barns placed underfoot. It's a kitchen that inspires.
Maintain a level of consistency within the layout by sticking to a soft color scheme, accentuated by lustrous details. The island provides additional counter space as well as the perfect family gathering spot.
from the archives... It's not all about the white kitchen. And this is the look that we're constantly looking back on. Show off your weathered pans and distressed dishware for a rustic and natural look.
It could be 2000 or 2014 and this kitchen design will always be popular (and so right now!). A polished kitchen is all about pairing sleek lines with a seamless floor plan, creating a clutter-free space that reflects the surrounding light.
from the archives... This kitchen inspires us to take risks - and we will in 2015! A bold wall color instantaneously transforms even the most humble of places. Go the extra mile and adorn the space with an eclectic chandelier.