Kitchens and Baths
Function and form make a beautiful marriage in these five New England kitchens and baths designed by renowned interior designers, architects, and builders.
Inner Space When Denise Davies’s clients, a German CEO and his American wife, relocated from Boston, they bought a Westport center-hall colonial—a traditional home squarely at odds with their modern sensibilities. It’s a design dilemma Davies is increasingly familiar with. “The next generation is moving from
As a homeowner, there are few renovation projects that are more exciting, transformative, or satisfying than a complete kitchen remodel. But there are also few projects with higher stakes. A kitchen remodel is not only a major investment of both time and money, it’s a job that must seamlessly
A half-dozen kitchens and baths where form and function happily cohabitate. History Lesson The 1920s house—a brick-front Georgian built for Babson College founder Roger Babson—had undergone any number of
A Dash of Panache Dalia Canora is the first to admit that, as appealingly timeless as white can be, an all-white kitchen runs the risk of being boring.
The kitchen isn’t a room that can be easily remodeled on a whim. Instead, your kitchen design is an investment that you’re going to live with for the
Jan Hiltz laughs when she recalls the initial state of this Darien kitchen. “When you came in the side door, you walked into the side of a refrigerator,” she says. “Once you got around that, you bumped into the island. The kitchen was the size of a postage stamp.” Someone had