(photo: Richard Mandelkorn)
Rustic meets modern in designer Ellen Denisevich-Grickis's Rhode Island home, which features a Murano glass chandelier hanging above a vibrant Shaker-style island.
(photo: Nikolas Koenig)
Large windows overlook the pasture in this Martha's Vineyard kitchen by architect Mark Hutker, which includes a La Cornue range and granite counters.
(photo: Scott Frances)
This streamlined upstate New York kitchen designed by Thad Hayes includes a circa-1910 iron chandelier.
(photo: Eric Piasecki)
Barstools by Mulligan's add a homey element to this Dutchess County, New York, kitchen by Gil Schafer, who also designed the cabinetry.
(photo: Peter Aaron/Esto)
The kitchen of this Hunterdon County, New Jersey, residence by Michael Graves, John Diebboll, and Robert Miller features maple cabinets.
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(photo: Giancarlo Gardin)
Fulvio Di Rosa restored the ceilings and designed the cabinets at this home in Borgo di Vagli, a tiny village in Tuscany.
(photo: Matt Wargo)
A combination of reclaimed and patinated new wood was used to create the cabinets in this Bucks County, Pennsylvania, barn by Penny Drue Baird and Irwin Weiner.
(photo: Bilyana Dimitrova)
The kitchen and dining area of Dean Marchetto's upstate New York farmhouse juxtaposes Arts and Crafts with modern furnishings.
(photo: Erhard Pfeiffer)
The island in architect Howard J. Backen's sunny Napa Valley, California, kitchen doubles as a work space and a gathering spot.
(photo: Tony Soluri)
Mark Manardo and Barbara Balow designed this Michigan kitchen to look like a communal Shaker kitchen.
(photo: Derry Moore)
The unfussy kitchen of Angela Lansbury's farmhouse on the southeast coast of Ireland features a long table so that meals can be prepared and eaten in the same room.
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