Architectural Digest Kitchens

Architectural Digest Kitchens

21 Kitchen Island Ideas from Architectural Digest Renovation Angel is always excited to share innovative and unique design inspiration with our friends. This week we wanted to share a stunning collection of luxury kitchen island ideas from the design industry’s leading authority,  Architectural Digest.  This townhouse in New York’s Greenwich Village, designed by Leroy Street Studio architects and decorated by Christine Markatos Lowe, features a massive island that spans the kitchen. The kitchen in this house near Tel Aviv, Israel—renovated by homeowner Joshua Kastiel and architect Alex Meitlis—features a Corian-topped, black-lacquered island. The centerpiece of designer Jamie Drake’s New York kitchen is a custom-made island comprising cabinetry finished in gold leaf by the Alpha Workshops and an overlapping table in Corian with gold inlay; the pendant lights are by Drake, the counter stools are by the Bright Group, and the tabletop sculpture is by Reinaldo Sanguino. Painted in a Benjamin Moore white, the kitchen of a Nova Scotia home designed by Alexander Gorlin is centered by an island clad in Caesarstone; the stools are by Gus Modern. Click HERE to see the whole kitchen island inspiration gallery from AD. Feeling inspired to design? Submit your luxury kitchen now using our easy online form.  Snap a few pictures with your phone, give us a few simple details, and we can let you know if you qualify for FREE kitchen removal and thousands of dollars in renovation savings! Learn more about our luxury recycling process, or contact us with any questions at hello@renovationangel.org. Primary SidebarSearch Search this website Categories Charitable Partners Featured Projects Industry Spotlight Kitchen Trends Luxury Kitchen Recycling Luxury Markets News from Renovation Angel
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Architectural Digest Kitchens

21 Kitchen Island Ideas from Architectural Digest Renovation Angel is always excited to share innovative and unique design inspiration with our friends. This week we wanted to share a stunning collection of luxury kitchen island ideas from the design industry’s leading authority,  Architectural Digest.  This townhouse in New York’s Greenwich Village, designed by Leroy Street Studio architects and decorated by Christine Markatos Lowe, features a massive island that spans the kitchen. The kitchen in this house near Tel Aviv, Israel—renovated by homeowner Joshua Kastiel and architect Alex Meitlis—features a Corian-topped, black-lacquered island. The centerpiece of designer Jamie Drake’s New York kitchen is a custom-made island comprising cabinetry finished in gold leaf by the Alpha Workshops and an overlapping table in Corian with gold inlay; the pendant lights are by Drake, the counter stools are by the Bright Group, and the tabletop sculpture is by Reinaldo Sanguino. Painted in a Benjamin Moore white, the kitchen of a Nova Scotia home designed by Alexander Gorlin is centered by an island clad in Caesarstone; the stools are by Gus Modern. Click HERE to see the whole kitchen island inspiration gallery from AD. Feeling inspired to design? Submit your luxury kitchen now using our easy online form.  Snap a few pictures with your phone, give us a few simple details, and we can let you know if you qualify for FREE kitchen removal and thousands of dollars in renovation savings! Learn more about our luxury recycling process, or contact us with any questions at hello@renovationangel.org.
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Architectural Digest Kitchens

While home design trends may come and go, designers and architects know that white kitchens will never be out of style. In a modern home, a cool hue makes a clean statement with lacquered white cabinets and stainless-steel fixtures. For the traditionalist, rustic wood ceiling beams, walnut floors, or copper pots hung from a ceiling rack can warm up alabaster walls. Whatever your preference, these 30 examples from the Architectural Digest archives prove the enduring versatility of the classic color in kitchen design. From a sleek, minimalist space in Madrid to a warm and welcoming room in Martha’s Vineyard, these kitchens are sure to provide plenty of inspiration for your next renovation.
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Architectural Digest Kitchens

Renovation Angel is always excited to share innovative and unique design inspiration with our friends. This week we wanted to share a stunning collection of luxury kitchen island ideas from the design industry’s leading authority,  Architectural Digest.  This townhouse in New York’s Greenwich Village, designed by Leroy Street Studio architects and decorated by Christine Markatos Lowe, features a massive island that spans the kitchen. The kitchen in this house near Tel Aviv, Israel—renovated by homeowner Joshua Kastiel and architect Alex Meitlis—features a Corian-topped, black-lacquered island. The centerpiece of designer Jamie Drake’s New York kitchen is a custom-made island comprising cabinetry finished in gold leaf by the Alpha Workshops and an overlapping table in Corian with gold inlay; the pendant lights are by Drake, the counter stools are by the Bright Group, and the tabletop sculpture is by Reinaldo Sanguino. Painted in a Benjamin Moore white, the kitchen of a Nova Scotia home designed by Alexander Gorlin is centered by an island clad in Caesarstone; the stools are by Gus Modern. Click HERE to see the whole kitchen island inspiration gallery from AD. Feeling inspired to design? Submit your luxury kitchen now using our easy online form.  Snap a few pictures with your phone, give us a few simple details, and we can let you know if you qualify for FREE kitchen removal and thousands of dollars in renovation savings! Learn more about our luxury recycling process, or contact us with any questions at hello@renovationangel.org.
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Architectural Digest Kitchens

With their minimalist cabinetry, neutral color palettes, and metallic accents, these modern kitchens have a subtle elegance that will never go out of style. A pop of color—whether it’s on the furniture, in a bowl of fresh fruit, or in a vase of flowers—ensures that these contemporary kitchen designs still feel warm and welcoming, as do big windows that let in the sun, an architectural light fixture, or a piece of bold artwork or decor. Each of these 35 kitchens from the AD archives is a lesson in restraint, from a bold Manhattan space by Jamie Drake to a crisp white design in Madrid by Isabel López-Quesada. Just a few decorative accessories (and zero clutter) on shelves and countertops let the smart mix of materials—and tonight’s dinner—shine. Click through to see examples of modern contemporary kitchen design that blend style and function for a space that is cutting-edge yet inviting.
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Architectural Digest Kitchens

Like the hearth in generations past, the kitchen continues to be the center of the home. It's where dinner is served and homework gets done, friends gather for fun and family assembles for holiday traditions. But as universal as the kitchen experience is, it can also be one of the most intimate rooms in the house, as unique as the family that occupies it. Here, we've gathered 22 inspiring kitchens from the AD archives, each one more beautiful than the next. There are whitewashed dream spaces, complete with the requisite subway tile and marble countertops, as well as dramatic black kitchens that wear their chic on their sleeve. Whether you prefer classic or modern, you'll find one to suit every aesthetic. Click ahead for 2016's best.
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Architectural Digest Kitchens

Photo: Joshua McHughColorful rattan bistro chairs surround a Parsons-style table in the kitchen of a Manhattan home renovated by Shelton, Mindel & Associates. Above the long, narrow marble island are Holophane light fixtures by Ann-Morris Antiques; the prints above the bookshelves are by Sharon Core. “It’s now an eat-in kitchen,” architect Lee F. Mindel says. “Unlike the old days when kitchens were strictly off-limits, guests feel comfortable wandering in here.” (November 2011)
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Architectural Digest Kitchens

Colorful rattan bistro chairs surround a Parsons-style table in the kitchen of a Manhattan home renovated by Shelton, Mindel & Associates. Above the long, narrow marble island are Holophane light fixtures by Ann-Morris Antiques; the prints above the bookshelves are by Sharon Core. “It’s now an eat-in kitchen,” architect Lee F. Mindel says. “Unlike the old days when kitchens were strictly off-limits, guests feel comfortable wandering in here.” (November 2011)

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