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Kitchens of the Week: 9 Curvilinear Cook Spaces, Trend Edition

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Kitchens of the Week: 9 Curvilinear Cook Spaces, Trend Edition

May 30, 2024

Forget right angles and clean edges: Lately we’re noticing kitchen counters and islands that are all sexy curves. Scroll down for a few recent favorites…

we&#8\2\17;ve all been admiring the freestanding curvilinear kitchens by se 17
Above: We’ve all been admiring the freestanding curvilinear kitchens by Self Design in Denmark—all of them in stainless steel.
in kitchen of the week: a living room inspired minimalist kitchen in stockholm  18
Above: In Kitchen of the Week: A Living-Room-Inspired Minimalist Kitchen in Stockholm by Nordiska Kök, rounded edges are a fresh take on the usual right-angled kitchen counter. Photograph by Kristofer Johnsson, styling by Caroline Sandström, courtesy of Nordiska Kök.
Above: This from-scratch kitchen and bar was designed to feel like a living space—no hard edges included. Photographs courtesy of Studio Becker from Kitchen of the Week: North Meets South in a Remodeled Normandy Home.
a round island in this clever kitchen has pizza pie esque segments that pull ou 21
Above: A round island in this clever kitchen has pizza pie-esque segments that pull out for seating. See more in Kitchen of the Week: A Cubist Approach for an Apartment Makeover; photography by Haley Day, courtesy of INworkshop.
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Above: Rounded edges on a kitchen counter make for smooth transitions; see “A New Perception of Space and Identity”: A Villa Remodel on the Isle of Sikinos. Photograph by Yiorgos Kordakis, styling by Ioli Chiotini, courtesy of Kapsimalis Architects (@kapsimalisarchitects).
&#8\2\20;“the circular island has a lot going on,&#8\2\2\1; says 23
Above: ““The circular island has a lot going on,” says Workstead founder Robert Highsmith of this Charleston project. “There’s a concealed dishwasher with a curved front, a pullout shelf, and a bar sink. The sea pearl marble top has a carved indentation that functions as a built-in fruit and vegetable bowl.” See more in Southern Modern in Charleston: A Fresh Take on the Old South from Workstead. Photograph by Matthew Williams, courtesy of Workstead.
a curvy island that captured our attention recently: this fluted oak island wit 24
Above: A curvy island that captured our attention recently: this fluted oak island with hidden storage in the rounded bits, designed by Studio Maclean for Lulu Guinness. See more in Kitchen of the Week: Studio Maclean Creates a Bespoke Harlequin Design for Queen of Pattern Lulu Guinness. Photograph by Chris Tubbs, courtesy of Studio Maclean (@studiomaclean).
and a more rustic design in kitchen of the week: ‘smilf’ creator  25
Above: And a more rustic design in Kitchen of the Week: ‘SMILF’ Creator Frankie Shaw’s Newfangled Old-Fashioned Remodel by Reath Design. Photograph by Laure Joliet, courtesy of Reath Design.
this aussie kitchen is all curves, with a two tiered island clad in tasmanian o 26
Above: This Aussie kitchen is all curves, with a two-tiered island clad in Tasmanian oak dowels. Read more in Kitchen of the Week: An Undulating Wood Kitchen in Melbourne, Curves Included. Photograph by Lisa Cohen, courtesy of Kim Kneipp.
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