A custom baking station is a keynote feature in the new kitchen design that incorporates a generous amount of open shelving in a ceruse finish. The prep counter is clad in butcher-block countertop and a continuous waterfall edge wrapping. Cabinet hardware and drawer pulls are polished nickel.
The large island in this kitchen is an all-in-one baking station with a single oven, prep sink and lowered counter. The final element of the baking station is this pop-up mixer stand that saves counter space and makes storing the appliance between uses a breeze.
This kitchen island is multifunctional with a baking station, prep sink, single oven and breakfast bar. Glass lantern pendant lights hanging from the tin-plated ceiling make it the focal point of this gourmet kitchen.
Kitchen Cousins Anthony Carrino and John Colaneri transformed a dated and dysfunctional kitchen into this modern rustic space that's specially conceived to be the ideal baker's kitchen. A custom baking station is a keynote feature that incorporates a generous amount of open shelving and a dedicated prep area with butcher block countertop.
For the kitchen island, the butcher block surface was deliberately distressed to give a well-worn and less formal appearance. Kitchen Cousins Anthony Carrino and John Colaneri used a grinder with a buffing wheel and some strategically placed strikes with a heavy metal chain to achieve the distressed look.
A silver tin ceiling with lantern-light pendants tops this gourmet kitchen while a large island with columns, a prep sink, granite countertops and plenty of counter space stands below for easy food prep.
Repurpose a bar or garden cart into a rolling breakfast station complete with gourmet coffees and a variety of newspapers. It's the perfect time of year to loll away the morning over the paper, sipping hot java and noshing freshly baked pastries.