Boston Home Kitchens
What’s hot in culinary design these days? Soapstone, butler’s pantries, and, of course, plenty of counter space. Explore five thoughtfully crafted kitchens that will no doubt inspire your own renovation—and get you cooking.
Photos by Bob O’Connor
Styling by Chrissy Beale
With its stone-faced walls, heavy exposed beams, and large farm table, this seasonal kitchen takes its cues from Provençal homesteads.
Architecture by Lyman Perry Architects
Built by M. F. Reynolds
A slick addition featuring Italian cabinetry works surprisingly well in this 19th-century Duxbury home.
Architecture by Ruhl Walker Architects
Built by Atlantic Properties
Created for a young couple that loves to entertain, this vacation home in Kennebunk boasts a generous kitchen with exquisite millwork.
Designed by Jeanne Rapone
Built by Woodmeister Master Builders
The kitchen goes glossy in a sunny East Cambridge loft brimming with music and art.
Architecture by Kennedy & Violich Architects
Built by Nick Portnoy Builders
Folk-art details and complementary hues create an inviting culinary setting in Cambridge.
Architecture by Charles R. Myer & Partners
Built by Smith & Awudo Construction