Have you ever wandered around a Henrybuilt showroom (or Boffi or Bulthaup or any number of high-end outfitters) and experienced kitchen envy? Or admired an architect-designed kitchen detail? I have. Here are 11 ideas to steal from the kitchen masters (carpenter required, in most cases). If you’re embarking on an update, consider incorporating one or more of these design details. And let us know how it goes.
Above: A custom dish drainer via Italian company Riva 1920.
Above: Custom etched cabinet pulls in a Telegraph Hill residence by Paulette Taggart Architects in SF. Photo by Bruce Damonte via SF Chronicle.
Above: Blanco Solon Compost System inset compost bucket.
Above: In the home of Italian architect Claudio Silvestrin, international master of minimalism (and Kanye’s architect of choice), a custom sink with a discreetly positioned faucet. Photograph by Sarah Blee.
Above: A concealed outlet via Henrybuilt. For more outlet inspiration, Remodeling 101: Flush Outlets.
Above: A bespoke plate rack by Peter Henderson Furniture in the UK.
Above: Inset bread bin from Viola Park.
Above: A pull-out cutting board; via J. Ingerstedt.
Above: A built-in dish drainer by architect Eric Bommel.
Above: Oakland-based writer Michael Chabon devised this clever in-counter compost solution; see more at The Mysteries of Berkeley: A Literary Couple at Home. Photograph by Aya Brackett for Remodelista.
Above: Via Viola Park, a genius thin steel shelf that runs the length of the counter and allows for an inset knife block.
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