This glorious, colorful kitchen was designed for an artistic-minded family of six. It captures the family’s personality, creative spirit and love of peacock feathers. The ceiling mural is hand-painted, and the mosaic tile floor represents 22 shades of glass.
In this small New York City apartment, opening the kitchen wall allowed the kitchen design to spill into the living area, offering additional storage, seating and a bar. Matching black cabinetry ties the bar and kitchen together, and crisp white walls keep the space feeling bright and clean.
A posh Paris hotel spa was the inspiration for this master bathroom. The furniture-style cabinets are a replication of French country cabinetry prevalent in the south of France during the 18th century. A stunning wall of candle niches offers pockets of glowing light and the therapeutic benefits of chromotherapy have been incorporated through lighting in the tub and shower areas. Piped-in music and a flat screen television mounted behind a tempered two-way mirror complete the experience.
Custom white cabinets, crisp white countertops and textured beige walls create a bright, breezy atmosphere in this beach house bathroom. A traditional faucet with matching countertop accessories adds a classic, elegant touch.
This luxurious master bathroom features Turkish marble and furniture-style cabinets that are a replication of French country cabinetry prevalent in the south of France during the 18th century. A large bathtub completes the design, providing the ultimate spot for relaxation.
This open kitchen boasts two dining areas: a bar space and separate eat-in kitchen island. Three iron chandeliers hang across the room to visually separate the areas. Iron barstools with scroll-patterned chair backs contrast the white cabinetry and beautiful white coffered ceiling.
Black distressed cabinets lightened with custom leaded glass panels provide a dramatic backdrop for hand-scraped hickory flooring stained with black distressing in this stunning kitchen. The dark color palette lends an element of surprise to the classic space.
Simplicity is key in this Manhattan apartment. Designer Ken Kelly’s goal on this project was to create a kitchen and living space to match the client's lifestyle. He also wanted to carry a consistent theme throughout the living spaces.
This beautiful kitchen expertly maintains the warmth and traditional elegance of the 1935 Federal-style manor in which it resides. An island provides additional prep and dining space, while a stone fireplace keeps the room feeling cozy on cool days and nights.