House Beautiful Kitchens
Creating a Beautiful Kitchen of Your Own
Kitchens big and small, old fashioned and coolly modern, stylish and inviting: House Beautiful presents the ultimate designs for the most loved and used room in the house. Some of the country's finest designers usher you through the kitchens they created--often their own--explaining how they arrived at their decorating choices and showcasing eye-catching options. The styles range from “Farm Nouveau” to quintessential Scandinavian to a bold, bright “Rhapsody in Blue.” “Stalking the Look” sections help you source everything from lamps to unique appliances, and breakout sessions focus on special issues, such as planning, color consults, and energy efficiency.
Includes kitchens designed for Jonathan Adler; Jeff Lewis (star of Bravo's Flipping Out); Carole Lalli, designer and former editor-in-chief of Food & Wine magazine; James Radin, who consulted on Diane Keaton's envy-inducing kitchen in the film Something's Gotta Give; and Food Network host and “The Barefoot Contessa” cookbook author Ina Garten.
House Beautiful's belief is that “Everyone Has a Beautiful House in Them." As a leading authority on home design and decoration, the magazine reaches 6.3 million readers every month--more than any other shelter magazine. House Beautiful helps readers achieve rooms that feel right, not just stylish; and rooms to live in, not just showrooms. Inspired by the past, living in the present, and looking to the future, House Beautiful accompanies its readers on their quest to create the house of their dreams.