Urban Update-Breakfast Nook

Breakfast nook | The kitchen renovation eliminated a French door that invited wintry drafts, reclaiming wall and floor space that allowed for a practical and stylish breakfast nook.

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Vintage Revisited-Banquette

BANQUETTE | The Preuningers know all too well that pets can be a handful, so the kitchen is built for endurance. On the banquette, “the seat cushions are faux leather,” […]

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Change of Venue-Kitchen

The homeowner is a fan of wood and metal. Stainless steel appliances are a lustrous counterpoint to the matte cabinetry. The metal is repeated in the cabinet hardware and stools.

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Modern Matchup-Kitchen

Scuderi enlarged the eating area in the kitchen. The new kitchen’s gray, black and white color palette is softened with the addition of a live-edge wood dining table.

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New Kitchen, Old Soul

Inspiration for the time-honored touches—Shaker-style cabinetry with bracket details, subway tile backsplash, honed-marble countertops, cupboard latches and more—came from the house itself, kitchen designer Bart Lidsky says. “The homeowner wanted […]

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A Custom Blend-Breakfast Area

BREAKFAST AREA | The breakfast area and the formal living room are separated by sliding barn doors. Though barn doors are usually chosen for more rustic spaces, these feature a more […]

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Change of Venue-Seating Area

SEATING AREA | The table and chairs have a definite midcentury modern vibe. The roll-up door in the cabinetry at left hides storage space.

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