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Dream Kitchens & Baths

Dream Kitchens & Baths Fall - Winter 2017

Dream Kitchens & Bath® showcases high-end rooms to inspire readers dreaming of creating their own ultimate kitchen or bath. A mix of large, high-quality overall photographs as well as detail shots of the kitchens and baths dominate the layouts. To support the photography, the text is edited to provide the right information to motivate readers as well as explain what is shown so they can emulate all or part of the rooms in their own lives. (This title is a collection of the best rooms from Beautiful Kitchens & Baths and Kitchen and Bath Ideas.)

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United States
Idioma:
English
Editor:
Meredith Corporation
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great ideas online

Glamorous Details Love the look of a white kitchen but want to add a little extra pizzazz? Visit TraditionalHome.com/ BrassAct to see how a classic white kitchen, left, goes glam with metallic accents, rustic wood, and a dash of color. Designer Tile Tile can be a great way to create a dramatic focal point in a bathroom. Visit TraditionalHome.com/ BathTile to find inspiration for using tile to accent your bathroom vanity, shower, or tub—or to create an eye-catching floor. Luxe Cabinetry Visit TraditionalHome.com/ Cabinets to discover ways to add furniture-style details to your kitchen cabinets. We show you ideas for molding, frames, and finishes that are sure to upgrade your kitchen’s look and blend function and style. Spacious Showers Transform your master bath into a spa-worthy retreat with a custom shower, right. Visit TraditionalHome.com/ Showers to find…

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editors’ note

Selecting new cabinets, shiny faucets, and scene-setting tile is part of the fun of designing a kitchen or bath. But no matter how excited you are about your new space, there comes a point in any remodeling or building project when the choices about appliances, fixtures, and surfaces can become a bit overwhelming. We will help you set your worries aside and start your design adventure! We promise that all the decisions will be more than worth it when you welcome your first dinner guests into your kitchen’s new eating area or when you step into your spacious soaking tub at the end of a long day. The first step is to determine what mood you would like to set in your new space. Turn the pages and see what speaks…

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sunny hues

Light and Airy Furniture-style cabinets in a goldenrod yellow add welcome color that complements the traditional style of this cooking area. Wood tones and a black soapstone countertop help ground the space. SOOTHING SHADES Muted gold hues can function almost as a neutral, bringing subtle warmth to a room. Benjamin Moore; experiencecentury.com Welcome Harmony Using a soft yellow hue throughout the kitchen, left, helps create a cohesive feel in this cooking zone. The cabinet hue is carefully matched to surrounding subway tile, and the light lemony tone pops up again on the upholstered barstools at the island. A Whisper of Color Pale yellow walls bring a soft glow to a light-filled master bath, far right. Classic white fixtures, such as the room’s focal-point tub, stand out against the painted walls— giving the soothing paint color more impact. Mediterranean Style Autumnal…

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dramatic details

HEAT IT UP The Professional Series 36-inch gas range in yellow ($5,599) serves as a dramatic focal point for a lively kitchen. Bertazzoni;us.bertazzoni.com GO FOR THE GOLD A high-arc spout and magnetic docking system on the Taft pullout faucet (starting at $897) ease cleanup tasks. Newport Brass;newportbrass.com PLAY WITH TILE Celebrate pattern with Margot (starting at $100 per square foot),top;New Ravenna;newravenna.com;or Sketchbook Dandelion in Yellow ($38 per square foot),bottom;Walker Zanger;walkerzanger.com MAKE A STATEMENT Suspended by aircraft cables, the Metropolis LED light fixture ($2,550–$5,085) almost looks like it’s floating in midair. Corbett Lighting;corbettlighting.com…

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head turning style

Dawn McKenna pulled a favorite bracelet from her dresser drawer and told Chicago-based kitchen designer Laura O’Brien, “I want my kitchen to look like this.” O’Brien’s reply? “Of course you do!” The bracelet’s X-pattern inspired embellishments on the range hood. This easy collaboration grew out of years of friendship —both professional and personal. “I first met Laura when I was decorating houses,” says Dawn, a former real-estate agent and interior designer. After Dawn and her husband, Steve, bought their house in suburban Chicago, she called O’Brien. The two met over coffee and got down to business. “We designed the entire space in three minutes on a napkin,” Dawn says. “The space was spectacular,” O’Brien says. “Architecturally, it required nothing, but everything in the kitchen seemed too small. The scale of the range…

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warm welcome home

Perfection. That was the lofty goal for this newly constructed kitchen in a gated community in Bluffton, South Carolina. The owners wanted a space that was both practical and beautiful, with high-end amenities suitable for a master chef and a medley of rich finishes and comfortable furnishings to extend a warm welcome to family and friends. Interior designer Deborah Van Plew knew just how to bring this vision to life. With nearly 400 square feet available, Van Plew had room for two large islands— enough work and serving space to make a serious cook weep with joy. Each is topped with exquisite natural stone: honed black granite for the island closest to the range, and crosscut silver travertine for the second island, which includes seating for guests. For the homeowner’s culinary inclinations,…