With the room's original windows as the jumping-off point, Jim Dove created a luxe, streamlined cooking space with a charming, vintage-feeling canopy hood.
Glossy ebony cabinets add drama, while farmhouse sinks and a 10½-foot long island — it seats six!
Although minimal, the layered, massed grouping makes quite the visual impact."It's nonstop elegance," says Richard Anuszkiewicz of the kitchen he created for a circa-1910 waterfront home in Annapolis, Maryland.
Crafted from walnut, imbuia and anigre, the nearly 11-foot-long island was inspired by English antiques.
— easily handle meal prep when there's a crowd to feed.
In the 2016 San Francisco Decorator Showcase Kitchen by Martin Kobus, soft grays, whites and walnut create a welcoming palette.
Moroccan clay tiles from Badia Design cover the kitchen backsplash, and the Silestone countertop is from Lowe's.