The New Art Gallery: 9 Kitchens with Artwork on Display

November 19, 2015 2:00 PM

BY Julie Carlson

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Some of our favorite kitchen spaces feature artwork casually propped on a countertop or a shelf (no need to confine the art to the more formal rooms of the house).

Above: A kitchen in Paris by architect Phillippe Harden, a portrait propped on the wood counter picks up the color scheme of pale blue and olive green.

Above: A painting on the counter of a London chef’s kitchen from In the Kitchen with Skye Gyngell, London’s Chef du Jour.

Above: A kitchen in Barcelona designed by Monica Dalla Polvere.

Above: A kitchen in London, from Living Etc.

Above: An abstract work in a Marylebone kitchen by London architects McLaren.Excell.

Above: Remodelista reader Danielle Arceneaux’s DIY Kitchen Remodel for Under $500 (go to the post to see the Before).

Above: An oil painting rests casually on the countertop in the Kinderhook Retreat by Steven Harris.

Above: Interior designer Suzanne Shaker’s kitchen in Shelter Island, New York (architecture by Deborah Berke & Partners), features a framed photograph by Maria Robledo propped on the counter.

Above: Ted Muehling’s New York kitchen, via Automatism. Photograph by Christophe Kicherer for Maison Francaise.

N.B.: This post in an update; the original story ran on January 14, 2010.