Sheena Brace, February 07th , 2018.
Rich Blue-Greens and Stone Surfaces Transform a Formerly "Cold and Sad" Kitchen. For California designer Caitlin Moran, color was key in renovating a 1920s Dallas kitchen for a childhood friend and her family. “I encourage clients to look beyond a white kitchen,” says Moran, who came up with a budget-friendly update that was more than a paint job but did not require a complete gut. The result: a richly hued space that only looks like an extreme makeover.
Our 2017 Kitchen of the Year Combines the Best of Something Old and Something New. To celebrate the 10th annual House Beautiful Kitchen of the Year, San Francisco designer Jon de la Cruz whipped up a game-changing cook space worthy of the occasion. Loaded with the latest culinary conveniences, time savers and stylish customizations, it's a future-forward kitchen that doesn't forget the past — that's a happy anniversary, indeed!
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