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Trending on Remodelista: What’s Your Kitchen Style?

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Trending on Remodelista: What’s Your Kitchen Style?

November 22, 2019

With Thanksgiving just a week away, Remodelista editors decided to hone in on the the heart of the home: the kitchen. Here, the kitchens of five very different personalities. Which one would you want?

1. The Lofty Neo-Victorian

Margot visits the home of designer (and Remodelista fave) Mark Lewis and it&#8
Above: Margot visits the home of designer (and Remodelista fave) Mark Lewis and it’s every bit as inspiring as she thought it would be. Behold his double-height kitchen. Photograph by Rory Gardiner, courtesy of Mark Lewis Interior Design, from A Designer’s Inspired Reinvention of His Family’s Own Quarters.

2. The Cozy, Rustic Cabin

Cooking show host Amy Thielen added a new kitchen with, she says, a “California-meets-Japan-meets-Scandinavia vibe,” to her one-room cabin recently, and the results are chef-friendly and just lovely. Photograph by Lacey Criswell of Hunt + Capture, styling by Alison Hoekstra, from 5 Clever, Efficient Ideas to Steal from a Cookbook Author’s Home Kitchen.
Above: Cooking show host Amy Thielen added a new kitchen with, she says, a “California-meets-Japan-meets-Scandinavia vibe,” to her one-room cabin recently, and the results are chef-friendly and just lovely. Photograph by Lacey Criswell of Hunt + Capture, styling by Alison Hoekstra, from 5 Clever, Efficient Ideas to Steal from a Cookbook Author’s Home Kitchen.

3. The Moroccan-Inspired Masterpiece

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Above: A Moroccan tile business owner’s sophisticated bohemian kitchen won Australian House & Garden‘s Kitchen of the Year. Photograph by Amelia Stanwix, courtesy of Studio Ezra, from Kitchen of the Week: Designer Georgia Ezra’s Star Modern-Rustic Kitchen in Melbourne.

4. The Industrial-Chic Kitchenette

Fan shares the seriously stylish and impressively hard-working office kitchenette designed by Landed Interiors. Photography by Mariko Reed, from Steal This Look: A Small, Chic Kitchenette for a Creative Studio in SF.
Above: Fan shares the seriously stylish and impressively hard-working office kitchenette designed by Landed Interiors. Photography by Mariko Reed, from Steal This Look: A Small, Chic Kitchenette for a Creative Studio in SF.

5. The Patina-Loving Restoration

The husband-wife founders of Groves-Raines Architects, experts at conservation and restoration work, live what they preach. Photograph courtesy of Groves-Raines Architects, from Lamb’s House: A Masterful Restoration of a th Century Home (Once Visited by Mary Queen of Scots).
Above: The husband-wife founders of Groves-Raines Architects, experts at conservation and restoration work, live what they preach. 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).

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