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Trending on Remodelista: The Eat-in Kitchen, 4 Ways

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Trending on Remodelista: The Eat-in Kitchen, 4 Ways

September 18, 2020

There’s a case to be made for separating the cooking from the eating, that is, the kitchen from the dining room. On the other hand, is there anything better than a heart-of-the-home kitchen where everything of importance happens—from meal preparation to conversations over tea, homework time to dinnertime? Below, the case for open kitchens, all on Remodelista this week:

1. Traditional with a Twist

Designer Nicola Harding used &#8\2\20;uplifting tones&#8\2\2\1; to make this grand kitchen feel more relaxed. She shares the paints she used for the floor, cabinets, walls, and furniture in Steal This Look: A Plaster Pink Kitchen in Bath, England. Photograph by Paul Massey, courtesy of Howe.
Above: Designer Nicola Harding used “uplifting tones” to make this grand kitchen feel more relaxed. She shares the paints she used for the floor, cabinets, walls, and furniture in Steal This Look: A Plaster Pink Kitchen in Bath, England. Photograph by Paul Massey, courtesy of Howe.

2. Brooklyn Style

This eclectic brownstone kitchen combines modern Ikea cabinets with vintage furniture, artful lighting, and classic architectural details. Photograph by Alan Tansey, courtesy of vonDALWIG Architecture, from Second Time’s the Charm: ‘A Renovation of a Renovation’ in a Brooklyn Duplex.
Above: This eclectic brownstone kitchen combines modern Ikea cabinets with vintage furniture, artful lighting, and classic architectural details. Photograph by Alan Tansey, courtesy of vonDALWIG Architecture, from Second Time’s the Charm: ‘A Renovation of a Renovation’ in a Brooklyn Duplex.

3. Rustic and Charming

Eat-in kitchens aren&#8\2\17;t just for large spaces. Case in point: this cozy guesthouse kitchen in Portugal, with sculptural white shelves and a simple wood-plank table. Photograph by Sanda Vuckovic via Cucumbi, from Cucumbi: A Rustic Guest House in Portugal, Suited for Autumn.
Above: Eat-in kitchens aren’t just for large spaces. Case in point: this cozy guesthouse kitchen in Portugal, with sculptural white shelves and a simple wood-plank table. Photograph by Sanda Vuckovic via Cucumbi, from Cucumbi: A Rustic Guest House in Portugal, Suited for Autumn.

4. Barnhouse Chic

An open-concept kitchen built with sustainability in mind. Photograph by Cindy Blazevic, courtesy of VFA, from Kitchen of the Week: A Locavore Chef and Landscape Architect’s Low-Impact Kitchen.
Above: An open-concept kitchen built with sustainability in mind. Photograph by Cindy Blazevic, courtesy of VFA, from Kitchen of the Week: A Locavore Chef and Landscape Architect’s Low-Impact Kitchen.

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