Large cooking pots, casserole dishes, and everyday items are stored within easy reach on open shelves near the oven and countertops. The shelves' wood hues are a pretty contrast to the kitchen's many white surfaces.
This heirloom bean dates to the 1800s, well after the Pilgrim era, but they represent the type of bean the Pilgrims grew. Vermont Cranberry beans can be used as a snap, shell or dry bean. This versatility in the cooking pot and long storage capability made beans a staple among early settlers.
As seen on HGTV's Love It or List It Too, the primary challenge for Kevin & Celine's family home was maintaining a balance between the heritage of the house and incorporating a modern design. Designer Jillian Harris bridged the border between modern and historical by choosing a modern version of tile for the backsplash, which is traditionally black and white. The Caesar Stone counter tops are a quartz composite. The cabinets were built to store Celine's many cooking pots.
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The stainless steel backsplash and countertops seamlessly come together in this contemporary kitchen. An overhead pot rack over the large island keeps items out of the way but easily accessible while cooking.
A soft green glass backsplash with a white and green mosaic accent behind the stove range enhances the classic design in this cooking zone. A traditional pot filler and granite countertops complete the food prep area.
Calacatta gold marble countertops and backsplash set the neutral tone for this transitional kitchen’s monochromatic color palette. A pot filler and built-in spice rack adds functionality to the stylish cooking space.
The contrast created by setting dark cabinetry against an Old World range hood makes the cooking area the focal point in this kitchen. The professional Wolf range and mounted pot filler can handle heavy-duty use by a family of six.
With a long trough sink, an oven and range, and a beautiful custom vent hood with hooks for storing pots, this spacious quartz-topped island is made for serious cooking. The concrete-capped pedestal is used for displaying food and beverages.
Keep pots handy for cooking by storing them right below the range. This convenient drawer even features a partition at the back that neatly stores all the lids in plain view. Photo courtesy of Dura Supreme Cabinetry.
A large professional quality oven with a gas range makes cooking a breeze in this traditional kitchen. A gorgeous tumbled stone tile backsplash and dark wood cabinets add style to the space, while a pot filler and range hood are smart, practical additions.
Creamy neutral tiles ground this transitional chef's kitchen, which features a large island for prepping, cooking and eating. Floor-to-ceiling custom cabinets provide much-needed storage, while open shelving is the perfect spot to display the homeowners' collection of copper pots.