Love how unfitted this kitchen looks--I'd have a hard time keeping that glass door refrigerator looking neat and tidy all the time!
This space looks so inviting, and I love how the designer used this mix of furniture in the center of the room rather than a gigantic island--very inviting.
Of course I love the ghost chairs.....there are many levels of mixing old and new, traditional with modern in this design.
This kitchen belongs to Canadian design icon Lynda Reeves. She is a mastermind at the "farmhouse modern" look, and her rooms have a wonderful tension between old and new.
There's a lot of mixing going on in this kitchen, and all of it works for me. The ultra sleek gray cabinetry, GORGEOUS architectural windows, farm table and iron-work light fixtures......a daring mix of styles, but all of it seems so harmonious.....
This kitchen by Bulthaup brilliantly reinterprets the farmhouse style table as a stainless steel work center. Love the mix of woods and warmth that it brings to the space.
And finally, this white-on-white-on-white cottage kitchen has an unfitted furniture style that isn't for everyone, but I love it, and think it is an appropriate choice for a home that was built in the 1880's. The worn leather and wood peeking out in the bottom corner brings some warmth to the space. Read the interview with designer Myra Hoefer (and check out the rest of this fabulous home) here.