Friday, September 11, 2009


Innovative kitchen ideas are always inspiring. I particularly like the East Hampton kitchen designed by Sag Harbor architects Bates + Masi  because they used readily available material like quartzite in a dramatic and cutting-edge manner. The kitchen, as featured in HC & G magazine, showcases an open floor plan with a back wall covered in small quartzite shingled tiles. Usually used as floor tiles or on countertops, the natural stone provide texture and movement as the tapered shapes capture the rooms natural light.
 Another clever addition to the kitchen is the countertop track which allows the large cutting boards to be moved with ease providing adequate space for one or several lucky cooks.

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