Designer Trish Johnston gives a Brooklyn-style vibe to this formerly cramped kitchen using a faux-brick veneer and stretching the cabinetry to the ceiling to hide the ductwork. See how an inexpensive slate tile laid in a herringbone pattern, and dark grout and mullions lend this kitchen a hardworking, authentic charm.
Suzanne Dimma explains the new design direction for arranging furniture in living rooms and dens. Instead of traditional sofas, she explains why a grouping of chairs in a circle around a standout coffee table conveys all the intimacy of a campfire gathering.
Following a DIY project she found online as a guide, Reiko Caron creates an inexpensive shelving solution using pre-cut and pre-sanded wood shelves, and rope. The finished project adds a touch of nautical flair to a child's bedroom, or cottage.
Design, Trish Johnston Design; cabinets, cabinet installation, construction, tiling, Ikea Installation Services, Ikea; lights, Rejuvenation; Bliss Nor-Am doors, window, Fieldstone Windows & Doors; stove, dishwasher, fridge, Jenn-Air; knobs, pulls, Lee Valley Tools; brick veneer, Century Architexture; sconces, Elte; table, Loft Doors; stools, RH Restoration Hardware; sink, faucet, Kohler; countertop: HanStone quartz counters, Uniform Custom Countertops; teapot, Staub.
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