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California designer Shiree Hanson Segerstrom's weekly tips for decorating, gardening, and stylish living

Kitchen Envy... a Tour of Contemporary and Traditional Kitchens























With cooler days ahead, we'll be spending more time indoors. Maybe it's time to try some of those fall recipes you've been saving up, the ones with ingredients like wild rice, butternut squash, black beans, pumpkin, caramelized onions, sauteed mushrooms or roasted red bell peppers.

Classic kitchen styles stay current and fresh looking longer. This one by Thomas Jayne is timeless and elegant. The glass door cabinets allow the china, crystal and serving pieces to be enjoyed on a daily basis.

Photo courtesy Elle Decor.
























This contemporary kitchen is all about the wood and steel. It's another kitchen that will date well through the years. In other words it will stay in style a long time.

Kitchen by Gert Wengardh, courtesy Elle Decor.























This modern kitchen by Toton Sanchez has super clean lines. Kitchens like this are easier to keep clean but the draw back is any spot or clutter stands out. The lasting style of this kitchen will be enjoyed a long time.

Photo courtesy Elle Decor.























Temple St. Clair Carr designed this galley kitchen. Lots of stainless steel, white paint and glass visually expand the space and keep it from being stuffy. Ice cream scoop stools similar to this are available at Design Within Reach.

Photo courtesy Elle Decor.



















Kentucky kitchen of fashion design duo Badgley-Mischka.























Black subway tile back splash. Photo courtesy Elle Decor.



















Rustic kitchen designed by Ian Cairl.























Checkerboard floors, rough hewn beams and white cabinetry, the kitchen of another designing duo, Lambertson-Truex.



















Rustic white and black kitchen.



















Rustic country kitchen with a central island.























A very sophisticated kitchen remodel by architects Scott Slarsky and Katarina Edlund. Photo courtesy Metropolitan Home via Elle Decor.


1 comment:

  1. A very balanced selection! Some I love, and some I would not be comfortable in, and that's why my Mother has always said, "It takes all kinds!"

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