We have several country kitchens featured on our site, including one by Chicago-based designer Mick De Giulio.
House Beautiful’s annual Kitchen of the Year award was unveiled mid-month, and its display miraculously stood in Rockefeller Center for days despite temperatures rising to more than 95 degrees in Manhattan.
Chicago-based designer Mick De Giulio, who designed the space meant for indoor and outdoor use, said, “Kitchens can get very complicated. I wanted to keep this simple and classic. It’s also a little bit glamorous.”
A butler’s pantry with a Venetian-plastered cove ceiling makes us think Giulio is being modest when he says this kitchen is just a little bit glam. The 1,000-square-foot kitchen also features polished-nickel pendants, a Jonathan Adler for Kohler-designed navy sink and bold cabinet knobs. The space is unique with its custom oak table and mismatched chairs.
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