White subway tiles and cabinets keep this space clean and simple.
This airy kitchen by New York designer Steven Gambrel is part of his Sag Harbor home reno. The floors are made from slabs of marble found at a salvage yard. (They were originally installed in the Museum of Modern Art outdoor sculpture garden, but were replaced during recent renovations to the museum.) Along with the countertops and apron sink, they provide just enough texture to balance out the white finishes. Industrial pendant lights offset the country feel of the space.
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