You want a blue kitchen, but you don't want blue cabinets? Here's how. This bold New York kitchen includes all the necessities for a family summer home.
blue-and-white palette feels beachy, summery, and clean, clean, clean,"
says Marshall Watson, the designer. White Manhattan Calacatta marble on
the countertops blends in with the whitepainted cabinetry. Window
shades are made of an indoor-outdoor fabric from Sonia's Place.
gooseneck faucet by Dornbracht is handy for filling a tall lobster pot.
The professional-style stainless-steel Garland range is paired with a
The upper cabinets are faced with ribbed Skytech glass from Robert E. Otto, which veils the contents.
2-by-6-inch glass tiles, laid in a traditional running bond, reminded
Watson of sea glass: "You don't find it much anymore, with all the
plastic bottles and cans."