For their lakeside retreat in northwestern Michigan, Keith and Mary Campbell renovated a 1970s ranch house to include a spacious kitchen-dining room.
By wrapping this open-plan Manhattan kitchen in warm walnut, the designers achieved a space that is at once voluminous and inviting.
An expansive kitchen anchors the second floor of this modern Toronto triplex. Its streamlined Cabico cabinetry and Gaggenau appliances direct the eye to the bay window and create an airy sensation.
Chelsea and Arthur Jackson, both full-time foodies, understand the necessity of breathing room in the kitchen. That's why the centerpiece of their renovated Chicago condominium is a large, stainless steel kitchen island.
The pared-down, unfussy aesthetic of this San Francisco kitchen is both pleasant and practical. The residents installed custom floating shelves to keep spices and vessels within easy reach.