The massive main kitchen (there are two in the apartment) designed by Boffi utilizes stainless steel, Corian (including on the walls) and slab stone construction with double stoves and double ovens, two refrigerators, three sinks and three dishwashers.
Cedar walls and cabinets add rustic appeal to this eat-in kitchen. A spacious island allows for prep space as well as eating space, while a professional-grade stainless steel oven and range hood add a modern touch.
This ranch house got a fresh new kitchen look with white Shaker-style cabinets with chrome pulls and a blue-gray glass tile backsplash. Removing a window allowed for the addition of a wall-mounted oven and microwave. And for more practical perks, a charging station hides inside one of the island's drawers.
Upholstered barstools sit on one end of the long, irregularly shaped island for casual dining in the kitchen. The core of the kitchen is a highly functional "U" with easy access from the kitchen sink to the commercial-quality range and a pair of wall ovens. Exposed wood beams bring a rustic quality to the space, while dark brown cabinets lend to the classic feel.
A vaulted ceiling, clean white walls and a front door with large glass panels help make this small kitchen and living area feel bright and open. White Shaker cabinetry conceals a small refrigerator, full-sized dishwasher, microwave and toaster oven. A farmhouse sink and barn-style pendant lights speak to a modern farmhouse aesthetic — as does the open shelving with beadboard backing. Saddle-style barstools provide additional seating.
A wall of cabinetry highlights stainless steel appliances – including coveted double ovens – in this transitional kitchen. Kitchen fixtures and a stainless steel faucet add an additional gleam to the mix.
Elegant brown cabinets fill up one wall of this contemporary kitchen floor to ceiling to create the maximum storage space in the open concept design. Dual ovens and a cooktop make sure the kitchen's prepped for any culinary project.
Space is at a premium in this converted barn, so a small eat-in kitchen was added directly under the sleeping loft. Double wall ovens and a stovetop built into the island countertop further maximize the room available in the transitional-style kitchen.
This contemporary kitchen was inspired by the Latin American art owned by the homeowners. Wall ovens and a built-in pantry on either side of the kitchen range with a custom copper hood make this the perfect kitchen in which to prepare meals.
A stainless steel range hood and oven are surrounded with beautiful woodgrain cabinetry. A gray backsplash adds a darker tone to the bright white walls and countertops. A large window behind the sink looks out to the outdoor dining area.
A bar made from zinc anchors this sleek, modern kitchen and ties the design to a zinc dining banquette located just out of view. The fronts of the refrigerator and wall ovens sit flush to the understated cabinetry, and a large picture window offers views of Manhattan.
This chic kitchen boasts gray cabinets paired with a white subway tile backsplash and soft neutral walls. The gray and white granite kitchen island features enough room for a double sink area and counter space for casual dining. Stainless steel appliances, including a refrigerator and oven, provide a sleek finishing touch.
As seen on season 1 of Sarah Sees Potential, a beautiful and functional new kitchen island looks out into the living room of this open plan main floor. Taking full advantage of the small space, Sarah packed a large sink, a second stainless steel oven and plenty of extra storage into the island's design. Two support beams, accented by gorgeous antique white corbels, are all that remain of the wall that once separated the kitchen from the living area.
White cabinets and black kitchen appliances pop against the gray paint and gray subway tile on the walls of this Traditional kitchen. Bowls of fresh fruit on the marble countertop add a splash of color against the grays and the neutral tile floor.
A full wall of built-in cabinetry ensures plenty of organized and stylish storage in this spacious transitional kitchen design. With painted exposed ceiling beams, a painted brick backsplash and a marble island countertop, the room shows off an array of textures blended together with the monochromatic look.
This bright white kitchen includes a wall oven, cooktop, butcher block-topped island and ample room for a breakfast table. The crown molding on the cabinetry and Windsor-style chairs offer charm to match the era of this Old Greenwich, Conn., seaside home, which was built in 1895.
The three points of the frequently mentioned work triangle are the range, sink and refrigerator. Appliances can be broken up with the classic shapes; for example, the cooktop and wall ovens might be in different areas. Two sinks are important for a two-cook kitchen. This white kitchen is accented with a marble backsplash and a wooden countertop on the island highlighting the bar stools and exposed ceiling beams.