Updating vintage appliances
Shon Parker ousted an Atlanta home's outdated cabinetry for a more classic Shaker style.
Instead of the expected island, he chose a vintage breakfast table to add utility and sculptural appeal.
Sara Gilbane mixed form with function by outfitting a Florida kitchen with a stylish ladder.
The Palecek barstools feature a shibori hand-dyed leather from Studio Four NYC, while Ann Sacks's Moroccan tiles add a bright pop of blue visible from the living room.
The copper-pipe shelving has hooks for hanging mugs and cookware, which keeps the counter clutter-free.
Glossy ebony cabinets add drama, while farmhouse sinks and a 10½-foot long island — it seats six!
The Palecek rattan pendant in this kitchen feels "old-school Florida," designer Andrew Howard notes; the appliances are from Viking, the Lee Industries stools are in fabrics by Perennials and Link Outdoor and the window shades are in a Peter Dunham Textiles linen.