An architect reimagined an outdated brick garage by designing a graceful new family home atop its foundation. Marc Lithgow custom designed the American oak kitchen cabinets. The floors, and the ceiling above the lounge, are whitened maple.
This couple took a minimalist approach to their Brooklyn apartment, focusing on supple materials, subtle gradations of color, and custom finishes by local craftsmen. Custom kitchen cabinetry was designed by Workstead and fabricated by the firm’s go-to woodworker, Bartenschlager.
A modest kitchen addition to a couple’s cottage outside of Brisbane proves that one 376-square-foot room can revive an entire home. The studio Owen and Vokes and Peters designed the addition, and Cooroy Joinery & Woodworks built custom cabinetry using American oak veneer and Centor doors.
A creative tear-down renovation exposed this Brookyln loft to natural light. The architect designed the cabinet walls to unify the living and dining areas and to provide practical storage space.
Designer Shannon Baird conceived of this 796-square-foot dwelling off the back of a larger home in Portland. "We took a lot of time designing the cabinets," Baird says. "We wanted the refrigerator to be hidden, to have as many windows as possible with views to the garden and courtyard, and to have no upper cabinets."
At a prefab addition in the Massachusetts, LABhaus architects designed custom cabinetry for the mini-kitchen in the great room.
Thanks to designers Nina Tolstrup and Jack Mama, an aging workshop in London’s once-gritty Bethnal Green is reborn as a colorful, custom-built guesthouse. In the custom kitchen, lustrous vertically-clad cabinetry creates visual depth.
This modern home in Finland revolves around three pillars of traditional family life: the kitchen, the fireplace, and the sauna. A carpenter and friend of the residents custom-built the birch cabinets and island for the kitchen.