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Kitchen(s) of the Week: 9 All-Time Favorites in Brooklyn

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Kitchen(s) of the Week: 9 All-Time Favorites in Brooklyn

September 21, 2023

We’re revisiting our all-time favorite Brooklyn kitchens, from townhouses to lofts, big-budget to on-a-dime, architect-designed to DIYed.

Here are nine we love:

(Have a favorite? Let us know in the comments.)

The Crowd-Favorite Kitchen

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Above: This Brooklyn kitchen by then-fledgling Shapeless Studio was a reader hit when we first published it back in 2017. Read all about it in Kitchen of the Week: A Closeup of Jess Thomas’s Crowd-Pleasing Brooklyn Kitchen. Photograph by Kate Sears; styling by Kate S. Jordan.

The Anti-Development Kitchen

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Above: Would you guess this kitchen is in Greenwood Heights? Photography by Jen Trausch, unless noted, courtesy of FABR Studio + Workshop, from The Anti-White-Box Development: A World’s Apart Brooklyn Townhouse Reinvention.

The Budget Kitchen

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Above: One of the scrappiest, most inventive kitchens we’ve seen is this one: A Two-Week, $1,000, 500-Square-Foot Rental Overhaul by a Design Student in Bushwick, Brooklyn. Photograph courtesy of Kristina Line and Anton Bak.

The Storage-Smart Kitchen

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Above: Storage in city kitchens can be a challenge, but this one makes ample use of every nook. Photography by Jonathan Hökklo, courtesy of Lauren Snyder and Keith Burns, from A Renovated Brownstone with Inspired Solutions in Bed-Stuy, Brooklyn.

The Minimalist Kitchen

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Above: Minimalism—and a ledge for displaying dinnerware—wins the day in this apartment kitchen; see A Serene and Sculptural Kitchen in Brooklyn Heights by Shapeless Studio. Photography by Hagan Hinshaw, courtesy of Shapeless Studio Architecture & Interiors.

The Statement Kitchen

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Above: An airy double-height kitchen—and statement light—makes an impact in a Brooklyn extension by Elizabeth Roberts. Photograph by Dustin Askland, courtesy of Elizabeth Roberts Architecture & Design from Serial Remodelers Settle Down: A Brooklyn Townhouse Reinvention from Elizabeth Roberts.

The Shopkeeper’s Kitchen

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Above: Sandeep Salter of Brooklyn’s Salter House redid her petite apartment kitchen with Ikea wood countertops, an under-sink skirt, and some old-fashioned charm. Take a look: A Modern Fairy-Tale Told in 800 Square Feet: Sandeep Salter’s Family Apartment. Photography by Jonathan Pilkington for Remodelista; styling by Alexa Hotz.

The Editor’s Kitchen

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Above: Julie embraced the galley layout of the kitchen in her Brooklyn Heights apartment, making the most of every bit of the small space (she even squeezed in a compact laundry setup). See more of the kitchen in Before/After: A Remodelista’s Refreshed Parlor Floor Flat in Brooklyn Heights, NY; photograph by Matthew Williams for Remodelista.

The Eclectic Kitchen

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Above: Event designer David Stark’s Brooklyn Heights kitchen is filled with vintage finds, from furniture to tableware; see Kitchen of the Week: 11 Genius Ideas to Steal from David Stark’s Brooklyn Heights Kitchen. Photography by Heidi’s Bridge for Remodelista.

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What is Remodelista?

Remodelista is a website that provides inspiration and resources for home remodeling and design projects. It features articles, photos, and product recommendations from professionals in the industry.

What is the 'Favorite Brooklyn Kitchens' article about?

The 'Favorite Brooklyn Kitchens' article showcases a selection of beautiful and unique kitchen designs found in various homes across Brooklyn. It highlights different styles, materials, and layouts to inspire readers who are looking for kitchen remodeling ideas.

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You can find the 'Favorite Brooklyn Kitchens' article on Remodelista's website. The direct link to the article is: https://www.remodelista.com/posts/favorite-brooklyn-kitchens/

Can I get detailed information about each kitchen featured in the article?

Yes, in the 'Favorite Brooklyn Kitchens' article, you will find descriptions and accompanying photos of each kitchen. The article provides insights into the design choices, materials used, and overall aesthetic of each kitchen.

Are there any tips or advice for designing a kitchen in Brooklyn style?

Yes, the 'Favorite Brooklyn Kitchens' article includes tips and insights from the designers and homeowners behind each featured kitchen. It discusses the importance of maximizing space, incorporating industrial elements, utilizing reclaimed materials, and balancing functionality with aesthetic appeal.

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Remodelista often includes product recommendations and sources within their articles. If specific products or materials are featured in the 'Favorite Brooklyn Kitchens' article, you can find information on where to purchase them within the article or by contacting the designers directly.

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