An ornate wood surround frames the stove area in this traditional kitchen, while stunning wine storage is tucked away in the adjoining room. Mediterranean influences seep into the details through the ornate carving on the stove surround and thick molding on the cream cabinetry. Small drawers in the surround are perfect for storing easy-to-reach spices and herbs, while a small shelf provides easy access to oils and vinegars.
An impressive limestone stove hood mimics the gothic style of the fireplace mantel and has a strong presence in this transitional kitchen. Natural light entering from both sides of the room prevent the stonework from weighing down the space. A dining area near the cooktop provides front-row seating for interested on-lookers during meal prep.
A long, narrow great room feels more spacious due to high ceilings and a wall with windows looking out onto the home's picturesque grounds. Each area is separate enough from the others to let multiple people comfortably be in the space at the same time.
To ensure the vintage apple green stove remains the kitchen's focal point, designer Regina Bilotta ditched the original plan of dark, stained kitchen cabinets, deciding to paint them a bright white instead.
Layering different shades of white and off-white is a wonderful way to make this kitchen feel warm and approachable. Creamy cabinets look lovely against the marble backsplash. For fun, can't beat a blue stove!
This rustic kitchen features golden brown shaker cabinetry paired with a mint green wall hue and neutral tile backsplash. An ivory vintage stove and hood add retro charm to the space, while a copper trough sink finishes off the look of the space.
Bright white walls make this industrial farmhouse kitchen feel spacious and airy. A professional-grade stainless steel stove provides a perfect place to cook for friends and family, while a casual wood and metal dining set provides a place to gather.