A large spacious kitchen is the dream of any housewife,and any person in principle. Today we invite you to admire a selection of interiors with large kitchens, take note of useful ideas or just dream with us. Problematic are considered to be: what form to choose, what to refuse, how to fit everything you need in a modest area? This, of course, is true, but sometimes it is no less difficult to arrange large spaces. We decided not to speculate, but to find real and, most importantly, successful examples of interiors with spacious kitchens. Arizona Organic This modern kitchen is part of a large young family home in Scottsdale, Arizona. The couple have a small son, which means that he and his friends are always somewhere nearby: they run, play and look in all corners. That is why parents wanted the kitchen to remain part of the common space, but at the same time it was protected from small children and safe for them. Also an important wish was to add natural elements to the interior, which the spouses were inspired by during their vacation at a tropical resort. Sub-Zero & Wolf Technique: kitchen unit with 6 hotplates and professional grilling, refrigerator and freezer Column integrated lines with furniture facades So, the combination of all these tasks and wishes resulted in a modern functional kitchen where organic (patterns on the marble countertop, corrugated oak, from which the island is made) harmoniously is combined with modern functional equipment and reliable lacquered furniture. Wolf Technique: Oven and Microwave Line Professional The project was made by:Caroline Tyler Decesare and Nicole Melde (DECESARE DESIGN GROUP), Tony Calvis and Gary Wyant (CALVIS WYANT LUXURY HOMES), David Wittine (GOODALL CUSTOM CABINETRY & MILLWORK). Rich heritage The name of Thomas Eliot is known to all lovers of poetry and literature in general. It is not an easy task to create the interior of the house in which the famous poet spent his childhood and which is registered as a national historical treasure. In addition, the current owners had an equally complex set of wishes. Sub-Zero & Wolf Technique:ICBBI-42S Side-by-side refrigerator / freezer with dual cooling system First, their existing kitchen with a sideboard, utility room and pantry had to be transformed into something completely new: a modern and functional kitchen that would become a meeting place and the "center of gravity" in the interior. Secondly, in the kitchen it was necessary to allocate a special comfortable place for the owners - a dog named Beau (the pet's name - Beau - is translated from French as "beautiful"). Thirdly, the interior had to preserve all the historical elements of the house. It was possible to realize all the tasks set withusing several techniques: first of all, the walls were removed and wide doors in the French style were added. In white furniture set organically entered all the necessary kitchen appliances: from the refrigerator to the oven and microwave oven. Also, special storage systems were designed to make the space clean and concise. And, of course, with the help of various details - a marble apron, reminiscent of the brick business of Father Thomas, kitchen consoles repeating the original motifs in the house, islands of spruce - the designers managed to combine the present and the past of this house. Wolf technique:kitchen block of the Professional line with grill and teppan The project was developed by: James Howard (GLEN ALSPAUGH COMPANY), Emily Castle (EMILY CASTLE DESIGN). The kitchen of a real chef It is worth noting that, as a rule, the owners of spacious kitchens prefer to fill them with large and varied professional-level appliances. Unsurprisingly, the choice often falls on the product. A living proof of this is the culinary professionals who use it at home. Sub-Zero & Wolf Technique: hood, kitchen unit with teppan, microwave and oven - all from the Professional line, the Tall integrated refrigerator with furniture facades. This large light kitchen belongs to a professional chef and restaurateur. Given the nature of the owner, everything in it had to be at the highest level: furniture, color, materials, and technology. In addition, among the wishes of the client was the creation of space, allowing the whole family to cook together. To realize this idea, the designer organized several "stations" in the kitchen: work surfaces, a large island with a sink, a serving area and a plate for six hotplates with a teppan module. Also in the kitchen was a place for a wine cabinet, a roomy refrigerator and appliances for all types of cooking: from the oven to the microwave. Sub-Zero & Wolf Technique:compact wine cabinet under the countertop, kitchen unit with 8 burners and grill Designed by: Heather Kahler (DOWNSVIEW KITCHENS OF BOSTON), Christian Sanchez (NIEMITZ DESIGN GROUP, INC). Steel and glass The owner of this kitchen set a difficult task for the designer: to organize the layout so that most of the time it was part of a single open space, but at the same time during formal meetings there was an opportunity to “hide” it. Wolf technique: kitchen unit with 6 burners and grill Using a transparent glass partition andthe designer became able to create two opposite effects: on the one hand, the kitchen is the center of the interior, on the other - it dissolves on the general background and is separated from the living room and dining room. In addition, the partition allows you to control the sounds and smells coming from the kitchen, and localize them when necessary. Also of great importance is the finish, whichmainly affects the aesthetic perception of the kitchen. Here it is a parquet board, laid with a Christmas tree, and marble-trimmed work surfaces and a bar counter. In combination with glass and steel, all this gives a tremendous effect. Sub-Zero technology: Tall built-in refrigerator with furniture facades The project was worked on by Joel Kelly (JOEL KELLYDESIGN). Blending opposites The hosts of this kitchen come from a culinary background, so they needed a special space to cook like a pro. The designer who worked on the project decided to create something original and at the same time as functional as possible. To do this, he chose the option of two adjacent spaces: a "living" kitchen for everyday use and a "work" one - not hidden in a room without windows, but as open and attractive as the first. Wolf technique: oven, coffee center, steam oven with convection, microwave, all from the collection Transitional Sub-Zero technology: Integrated Tall Integrated Refrigerator with furniture facades Technique Wolf: kitchen unit with 4 burners, teppan and grill Sub-Zero technology: the wine cabinet of the Integrated line The second kitchen is fully equipped with all the necessary equipment and at the same time is completely different from the usual "work areas". It is elegant, interesting and attracts the eye due to bronze and glass elements and large sliding doors. "Residential" same kitchen panoramic windows fill with natural light and give the opportunity to admire the picturesque views of Lake Mendota. Both kitchens can be used individually or together: glass doors are built into the wall separating them. Final design bar - bar and entertainment area of eucalyptus wood with bronze finish. 21. Wolf technique: coffee center and steam cabinet with convection collection Transitional Wolf technique:Induction hob Contemporary Project by Mick De Giulio and Greg Webb (DE GIULIO KITCHEN DESIGN, INC). Among the mountains This house in the mountains is a paradise for any fan of modern architecture. There are ceilings with complex geometry, panoramic windows, and open spaces. Obviously such a house needed a proper design and, of course, amazing. Sub-Zero technology: refrigerator and freezer Tall Integrated lines with furniture facades The authors of the project connected modern lines with organic elements, wood and hot-rolled steel. Having agreed with the builders, the designers have chosen the same material for the kitchen set and the island that is used throughout the house, making the combination of finishes ideal. However, the kitchen should be good not only aesthetically, but also functionally. The kitchen set provides a huge number of storage space, and the stove and sink are removed to the island, leaving more room for working surfaces on the main line. A double oven is built into a separate cupboard. Wolf technic: a gas hob with 6 burners and a grill and a built-in dual oven in the Professional line Wolf technique:built-in double oven of the Professional line The project was developed by: Steve Norr (PEPPERTREE KITCHEN AND BATH) and Rion Locke (LMK INTERIORS). Boston-style reboot The townhouse in Bacon Hill in Boston dates back to the 19th century. Several generations have happily lived in it, and now the current owners have decided to renew. First of all, it was decided to make the house more modern, cozy and open. The "reboot" turned out to be large-scale: not only the interior underwent changes, but also all plumbing and electrical systems were replaced, new windows and doors appeared, an elevator and a second staircase were added, and the decoration was updated. The designer was faced with the task of not just creatinga new interior, but also to rethink the structure of the house as a whole, to change the hierarchy of the premises and their relationships. So, the first floor was given under the common space uniting the kitchen, dining room and living room around the ancient staircase. The renovated kitchen included a working area, a dining room and a sofa set. In the setting, the designer used three primary colors: gray for the marble surface of the island and the sofa, white for the kitchen set and a light wood for the cupboards and dining table. Technique Wolf: kitchen unit with teppan and grill Sub-Zero Technique:Side-by-Side refrigerator of the Built-in line with furniture fronts The project was developed by: David Hacin, David Tabenken, Kate Kelley and Jennifer Rowland Clapp (HACIN AND ASSOCIATES). A Miraculous Makeover The kitchen at this Atlanta residence has gone through a truly marvelous makeover. The owners of the house were at a loss: their current kitchen was in a dark place, closed and uncomfortable, with an inconvenient layout. Instead of being the main place in the home, where the whole family gets together and spends time for dinner or cooking, it has become a place where no one wants to be. Wolf technic: kitchen unit with 4 burners and grill Sub-Zero technology: UC-24BG / S minibar Designers invited to this project,used the traditional techniques that always work: made the layout as open as possible, added more light and reorganized the storage and cooking system so that the kitchen was convenient for everyone. The main hero of the new kitchen is a large white island, which serves as a working surface, and a corner for breakfast or a quick snack, on both sides serving as a bar counter. Sub-Zero technology: Integrated Tall Integrated Refrigerator with furniture facades The project was made by:Jane Hollman (STUDIO ENTOURAGE) and Linda Macarthur (LINDA MACARTHUR ARCHITECT). Hide and Seek This kitchen was designed by the architect Dovid Sekter for himself and his family. In his work, he adhered to his corporate modern style and, as a result, created an amazing room in which it is not immediately clear how to cook at all. This is not just a kitchen - it is a multifunctional space where you can cook, relax, spend time with friends and even work! Wolf technique: induction hob Contemporary of the New Generation According to the idea of the architect, this place shouldbecome central in the house, and therefore combine the maximum of functions, including - to serve as a cabinet for Dovid himself. To realize this ambitious idea, the architect used a variety of techniques to hide from the eyes of the storage system and unnecessary objects. So, for example, the small equipment storage unit appears from the main part of the kitchen when the button is pressed, and what looks like a wall at first glance hides a whole set of kitchen elements inside: a store for dry food, a refrigerator and an oven. Wolf technics: built-in dual oven Contemporary E-series Sub-Zero technology: Integrated Column refrigerator with internal dispenser and furniture facades Dovide Secter (SECTER DESIGNLIMITED). Let there be light The hostess of this kitchen was categorically unhappy with her condition: dark, old-fashioned, cramped, she did not at all arouse the desire to cook on it and spend time here. The designer and architect whom the girl hired to remodel her old kitchen turned it into a modern, bright and spacious space in which it is convenient and, most importantly, pleasant to cook. Sub-Zero & Wolf technique: CI365T / S induction hob Sub-Zero & Wolf technique: integrated line refrigerator with IC-30RID internal dispenser Sub-Zero & Wolf Technique: Integrated ice maker with IC-30RID internal dispenser White color visually expanded the room, and large windows from floor to ceiling allowed natural light to penetrate the kitchen unobstructed and in large quantities. To make the working area as comfortable as possible, it was decided to add to the kitchen a large island with a sink, work surface and six bar stools. Sub-Zero & Wolf technique: a compact wine cabinet under the countertop The project was made by:Rosemary Porto (POGGENPOHL BOSTON), Faith Baum (FAITH BAUM ARCHITECTS), Dawn Carrol (CUMAR) and Robert Ernst (FBN CONSTRUCTION COMPANY). High-tech Italian Designing the interior of this kitchen, the designer was inspired by the Sub-Zero technique, which she chose for her project. The result is a gorgeous, modern, minimalist high-tech project with lots of light, glass and steel details. Sub-Zero & Wolf technique: Built-in refrigerator / freezer, microwave oven and Transitional E-series enclosed oven The most difficult part of the project was the configurationpremises: it was very narrow and long and it needed to be visually expanded and equalized proportions. The designer found the solution in transparent glass partitions, which replaced the walls and correctly zoned the kitchen. Maria Gallo (GALLO SNC DIGALLO MARIA E ISIDORO). Under the dome This kitchen is located in a duplex apartment in a luxurious new building and occupies the entire floor. A notable feature of this apartment is the glass domed ceiling in the center. It was he who influenced the layout of the apartment: all the premises are concentrated around an octagonal living room and a through passage to the kitchen from the hall. Sub-Zero technology: refrigerators Tall line Built-in (2 pcs.), compact wine cabinets for 46 bottles (2 pcs.) The kitchen is combined with two arches with a dining room, from which you can also get to the host's office. In an environment, the elements of the classical style are harmoniously combined with modern technology, marble floors and almost five-meter ceilings. Olga Kushnareva-Leone worked on the project(Interior Gallery "Charles Cameron"). Contemporary Moscow The owners of this kitchen wanted it to be modern and as practical as possible. Quite spacious area - 24.7 sq. m - made it possible to place all the necessary equipment in the room, and the textured wood of ebony favorably emphasizes the whiteness of the dining group. The overall color scheme smoothly passes into the dining area, emphasizing the unity of the two rooms. Sub-Zero technology: Side-by-side built-in refrigerator with water dispenser The project was worked by Olga Kushnareva-Leone (Interior Gallery "Charles Cameron").
December 20, 2017