Martha's Cantitoe Corners Kitchen

Martha's Cantitoe Corners Kitchen

Heather Blaha
Sep 11, 2008
Two islands offer seating and storage. An overhead steel rack keeps pots and pans reachable but out of the way.
Of course perfection can be a little bit off-putting, but a glimpse at Martha Stewart's kitchen is pretty enticing. Things we love: food and plants are the only things commanding attention with color; warm neutrals (wood and - gasp! - beige) and cool tones (grays) combine for a soothing simplicity; islands allow for cooking, eating, and great flow. More pics and the link to the full tour below:
I did not want the cupboards to look like ordinary built-ins, so we designed a pair of long counters with marble tops; on one of them are glass-sided cabinets. They look so light and keep the area very airy in appearance.
Here is a view of two of the islands and the ovens behinds them, looking into the kitchen from the servery. It's where I sometimes have breakfast.

All images and descriptions via Martha Stewart. Link to full kitchen tour here.

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