Textures make all the difference in this sweet cottage kitchen. Subway tiles, lattice work on the cabinets, exposed beams, gray Moroccan tiles...there's always somewhere interesting for the eye to rest.
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.
This traditional all white kitchen has glass front illuminated cabinets, white countertops, stainless steel range with white vent hood, glass subway tile backsplash, tray ceiling with recessed lights, and a unique breakfast nook pass through.
Vintage mint green cabinetry and low tile backsplash give this traditional kitchen a vintage feel. A luxury, stainless steel stove stands at the ready for a cooking session in this crisp kitchen. Stainless steel hardware compliments the color scheme while a simple arrangement of purple lavender in a white vase adds a pop of color.
Steam ovens cook food much faster than conventional ovens do and help food retain its nutrients and flavor. This Wolf oven combines steam and convection modes with a series of pre-set programmed recipes so that all you have to do is put the food in — the oven does the work of figuring out which modes to apply to get the best results. You can even tell the oven what time you want your dish to be ready, and it will turn on and adjust the cooking process as necessary to finish at exactly the right moment.
This traditional all white kitchen has glass front cabinets with recessed lighting, stainless steel range with white vent hood, glass subway tile backsplash, built in bookshelves, and contemporary pendant lights over a marble countertop work island with sink.
The home has the ultimate dream kitchen with a 6-burner Wolf gas range and pot filler, double Wolf ovens plus convection/micro oven, built-in steamer, coffee systems, double Sub-Zero fridges with four freezer drawers and multiple warming and cooling drawers.
By turning the room upside down (stripes on ceiling), designer Karen Wolf created a focal point, leading to the giant window showcasing the star of the room -Dwell Studios “Brushed Dot” fabric with peacock and yellow polka dots.