Monday, December 11, 2023

Development Alert: Sideboard as Kitchen


As Remodelista editors, we see many, many kitchens and what we’ve been noticing during the last decade is a sluggish de-kitchening of kitchens—a pattern towards fewer cumbersome higher cupboards, a choice for elements that look extra like high-end furnishings, a want to embellish the area as you’ll some other room (with artwork, books, desk lamps, and so forth.).

These days, we’ve noticed fairly a couple of kitchens that break the normal kitchen mould—nearly utterly—and, because of decrease cupboards that mimic the looks of sideboards, look extra like residing or eating rooms.

this kitchen masquerading as a beautifully crafted console is, no surprise, mad 14
Above: This kitchen masquerading as a superbly crafted console is, no shock, made by a furnishings firm. You possibly can custom-order The Broad from London-based studio Edward Collinson. The piece options oak drawers, a grey Marquina marble counter, a brass faucet, and a Nicola Tesla induction hob. {Photograph} by Felix Speller, styling by Hannah Franklin, courtesy of Collinson.

rather than a thick stone countertop, a sliver of stainless steel tops this len 15
Above: Moderately than a thick stone countertop, a sliver of stainless-steel tops this size of kitchen counters for a extra sideboard-like look. The eat-in kitchen (by Reform) was designed for a household of 4 in Denmark. Included on this part are an induction cooktop, an built-in extractor fan, and a sink (simply out of view, to the correct). A dishwasher is hid behind a panel made to seem like two drawers. {Photograph} courtesy of Reform.

here’s another example of a kitchen crafted by a furniture maker, t 16
Above: Right here’s one other instance of a kitchen crafted by a furnishings maker, this time by Barcelona-based Marc Morro. “The thought was to design and create a kitchen that would look as a bit of furnishings for the lounge,” he tells us about this inexperienced varnished MDF and strong iroko piece. {Photograph} by Yosigo, courtesy of Marc Morro.

the airy, ethereal eat in kitchen of london couturier anna valentine keeps appl 17
Above: The ethereal, ethereal eat-in kitchen of London couturier Anna Valentine retains home equipment hidden (except for a cooktop) and forgoes conventional cupboard pulls for minimalist pulls—all of which gives the look of storage furnishings versus kitchen cabinetry. {Photograph} courtesy of DRDH, from Kitchen of the Week: A Culinary Area Impressed by a Portray.

native timber (spotted gum) and elegant lines elevate the cabinets in this kitc 18
Above: Native timber (noticed gum) and chic strains elevate the cupboards on this kitchen designed by Nuud Studio in Australia. {Photograph} by Tom Ross, courtesy of Nuud Studio.


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