The extension of a Dublin Victorian is anchored by a kitchen that features Oikos Furniture cabinetry, a fired earth tile backsplash, a basalt volcanic stone countertop, and plywood ceilings.
The kitchen in this São Paulo apartment features Silestone countertops finished with automotive paint and mounted above plywood cabinets.
When Scott Bassam and Scott Fellows purchased a modernist gem in New Canaan, Connecticutt, they made sure to open up the kitchen to create one continuous living space. The original floor was resurfaced with the same white terrazzo that envelops the 13-foot island, providing a clean contrast to the walnut-veneered cabinetry.
The medium-density fiberboard cupboards in the kitchen of a Madrid apartment are coated with lacquer paint that matches the ceramic-porcelain countertops.
As soon as they set out to build their houseboat in an Amsterdam canal, Ingmar Visser and Jaro van der Ende knew that the kitchen needed to be a focal point. The black stone countertops, waxed concrete walls, and traditional rustic tiles (known as "witjes") provide a textural and tonal variety that contrasts with the warm tones of the elm cabinets that were constructed from a single tree.
This rustic eucalyptus-log-and-thatch roof, located within an eclectic El Salvador beach house, counterbalances the effect of the monolithic concrete island and glossy subway tile backsplash.