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Trending on Remodelista: The Holiday Kitchen

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Trending on Remodelista: The Holiday Kitchen

December 25, 2020

Christmas this year for many of us will be smaller and quieter. One thing that is unlikely to change, though? Our desire to cook a celebratory feast. Over on Remodelista, lots of kitchen content to inspire us…

Smack-dab in the middle of this kitchen: an antique dining table with a pulley pendant light hovering over it. Photograph courtesy of Groves-Raines Architects, from Lamb’s House: A Masterful Restoration of a \17th Century Home (Once Visited by Mary Queen of Scots).
Above: Smack-dab in the middle of this kitchen: an antique dining table with a pulley pendant light hovering over it. Photograph courtesy of Groves-Raines Architects, from Lamb’s House: A Masterful Restoration of a 17th Century Home (Once Visited by Mary Queen of Scots).
A very merry space, thanks to tomato-red cabinets in this London kitchen designed by Adam Bray. Photograph courtesy of The Modern House, from Kitchen of the Week: Going Big with Color in a Small Space.
Above: A very merry space, thanks to tomato-red cabinets in this London kitchen designed by Adam Bray. Photograph courtesy of The Modern House, from Kitchen of the Week: Going Big with Color in a Small Space.
If a moody, atmospheric kitchen is more your cup of tea, head over to Lovely, Dark, and Deep: An \1800s Victorian House in Nebraska, Restored Down to the Doorknobs. Photograph by Sara Smith Photography, courtesy of Ridge House.
Above: If a moody, atmospheric kitchen is more your cup of tea, head over to Lovely, Dark, and Deep: An 1800s Victorian House in Nebraska, Restored Down to the Doorknobs. Photograph by Sara Smith Photography, courtesy of Ridge House.
Proof that style doesn&#8\2\17;t need to cost a lot. See Steal This Look: The Design-Minded Country Kitchen, Budget Edition. Photograph by Eric Piasecki.
Above: Proof that style doesn’t need to cost a lot. See Steal This Look: The Design-Minded Country Kitchen, Budget Edition. Photograph by Eric Piasecki.

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