If the living room is a place of tranquility, inspiration resides in the kitchen, in this case, in these colorful kitchens. Stone islands, splash-backs, and glossed cabinetry — this is the stage for our innovation, the theatre in which we perform that most foundational act of the home.
Photographed by Sharyn Cairns and interior design by Flack Studio. From an ode to 1970s chic and feng shui principles.
Here, we taste our spices, test with flavor, display our fruits and toss our vegetables. The air hangs with the smells of last night’s meals and the memories of many more.
Photographed by Helenio Barbetta and styling by Chiara dal Canto. From a Milanese family home brimming with art and creative touches
As sleek and timeless as a classic white kitchen remains, there is something glamorous about using bolder hues, brightening up the heart of your home with petal pink or forest green.
Some who choose to integrate color into their kitchens do so carefully. Such hues are not equally exclusive with minimalism. Interior designers with such an affinity opt for cleverer pops of color in monochromatic drawers or stonework veined with gold.
Photographed by Silvia Tenenti and interior design by Lorenza Bozzoli. Froma maximalist Milan home brimming creativity
Others embrace the maximalist fervor. Patterned tiles and colored onyx are favorites amongst the more adventurous crowd, whose sapphire-blue countertops are anything but boring.
Photographed by Anson Smart, and interior design and styling by Claire Delmar. From a fun-filled Sydney family home packed with hidden details
Photographed by Derek Swalwell and architecture by Kennedy Nolan. From a grand old Victorian gets a colourful and geometric update
Photographed by Ambroise Tézenas and interior design by India Mahdavi. From an India Mahdavi-designed holiday home on the French Riviera
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