Produced by Lucy Fitzgerald
Showhouses give designers a chance to exhibit their most ambitious ideas with the best materials and resources available, which is why we love to marvel at the rooms they create. As the hub of the home, kitchens are uniquely equipped to showcase the most high-tech and stylish modern appliances. From cabinets and countertops to light fixtures and backsplashes, we admire every feature of these showhouse kitchens.
Designed by Julia Kleyman for the Designer Showhouse of New Jersey, this kitchen remodel affords the space and style for a growing family. “We took out everything—cabinets and flooring—but didn’t move or build walls,” she says. A large new island offers seating for six, with “Amsterdam Bar Stools” in blue from the Suzanne Kasler Collection for Hickory Chair. The vaulted breakfast room ceiling was painted blue with white beams and trim, visually lowering it and making the room feel more intimate.
See more of this kitchen on the following slide.