We offer kitchen design inspiration, from clever new gadgets to stylish vintage finds.
Food Network star Ted Allen created a modern kitchen built for serious cooking and entertaining.
A renovation-minded guide to the most beautiful and functional new tiles, faucets, sinks and furniture.
The Brooklyn Home Company reveals its most intriguing one-of-a-kind designs and shares simple ideas for how to give any kitchen a personalized look.
A Hamptons beach house is all about things revealed (the amazing wine cellar, the view) and concealed (the kitchen appliances).
Materials that gracefully show wear are key to a Los Angeles design team’s aesthetic.
Alabama chef James Boyce and antiques-dealer Jeff Sikes use salvaged pieces to add even more history to an 1821 space.
Paola Navone is a visionary who works for a wide range of clients. Here’s a close look at two kitchen spaces she designed.
The smart use of reclaimed wood and striking white-plank walls makes this brand-new lake house look like it’s been in the family for generations.
A Southern grocery-store counter from the 1920s transformed into an island inspires a superfunctional space.
Chef Suvir Saran’s kitchen may look all-American, but it has everything he needs to cook fabulous Indian dishes.
Bruce Aidells thinks big—which explains how he founded a sausage empire, and why he is obsessed with roasting large cuts of meat in his incredible Sonoma kitchen.
TV Chefs’s Best Kitchen Secrets
Creating an Airy, Modern Look
Food Bloggers’ Smartest Ideas
Designing a Big Kitchen
Design Strategies from a Kitchen Guru
Kelly Wearstler’s Design Rules
Easy Ways to Add Personality
Easy Kitchen Upgrades
With retro ideas (Chex mix) and fun innovations (Caesar salad reimagined as finger food), F&W’s Grace Parisi makes hors d’oeuvres for a crowd.