In creating their new kitchen, Martha Stewart Living's design director James Dunlinson and his partner, Alistair Turnball, put the focus equally on good friends and good food.
The kitchen meets its owners' dinner-party and storage needs, including space for their collection of cafe au lait bowls.
The kitchen has a contemporary feel, due in part to boldly contrasting colors and materials. The flamed and honed stone countertops have an uneven texture and a dark color that offset the slick surfaces of the cabinets and light-colored floor. More than 300 vintage subway tiles, each handpicked, line the backsplash and contrast with the sleekness of the appliances, hardware, and cabinetry.
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