From cultivating personal style to budgeting for a renovation, renowned interior designer Nate Berkus gives us the insider tips to achieving a well-designed kitchen.
Louisville is known as a foodie destination, but for the people who live here, that starts in their very own kitchens! And, you want your kitchen to be inviting as well as functional. We showcase both local and regional kitchens and keep you up to date on design trends.
Plain old white gets a boost with some colorful accents and unique touches. Take a look at this fabulous kitchen, complete with a more-than-10-foot island!
Nashville interior design expert Beth Haley instilled luxury into every corner of this home, including the award-winning kitchen and master bathroom. (Plus we peek at the home’s powder room and laundry room … )
Cookbook author Justin Fox Burks, aka The Chubby Vegetarian, dishes on how to design the perfect kitchen for YOUR lifestyle. And, can we just say we are head-over-heels for his own kitchen? A fireplace, islands, stainless, different woods, eat-in … a must see. Image: Justin Fox Burks
This kitchen shows that great design doesn’t always have to cost a fortune. Here color, tile and attractive yet inexpensive appliances make a huge impact.
This white kitchen is the end result of an amazing transformation. Check out the before and after shots, and learn the thought that went into the new design.
From a closed-off floor plan to an open-concept kitchen with an inviting design, this renovation will spur remodeling ideas of your own. Discover how this family made their kitchen the heart of their home.
When tasked with fulfilling an extensive wishlist for a family’s kitchen makeover, Leslie Huntley knew just where to splurge and where to tighten the belt. The results are a fun space for an active family.
Where is the dead space in your kitchen? Think about turning it into something useful, like a baking nook. Here’s a beautiful example.
Architect Frank Neely created a kitchen space that is not only stunning, but thoughtfully designed, ensuring it’s as functional as it is fabulous!
This kitchen was designed around two requests from the homeowners: to incorporate a piece of salvaged wood from their family farm and that it reflect the industrial, warehouse look found on the west coast, where the couple lived for years before moving to the South.
This kitchen and kitchen garden will send you to your happy place. At least it did us! Welcome to Jon and Keith Meacham’s home. Image credit: Alyssa Rosenheck