At Remodelista, our kind of kitchen is one that’s easy to clean, void of fussiness, and arranged so that appliances, sink, and counters are all within easy reach of the cook. We found a GE Monogram kitchen that fits the bill, and sourced the elements so you can recreate the look at home.
Above: Our inspiration kitchen is from the GE Monogram Design Center in Chicago.
Above: The Bay Counter Stool in solid walnut is $359 from Room & Board.
Above: The All-Clad Stainless Steel 13-inch Paella Pan in 18/10 stainless steel; $209.95 from Wayfair.
Above: This Leather Strap Cutting Board from Jayson Home is good looking enough to hang on a wall when not in use; $72.
Above: The Axor Montreux Widespread Bridge Faucet by Hansgrohe features a 13-inch spout; $695 from Amazon.
Above: Glazed Thin Brick tiles by Fireclay Tile are made in California from up to 100-percent recycled content. Shown here in Fern; contact Fireclay for pricing.
Above: Bruce Natural Maple Solid Hardwood Flooring is $3.99 a square foot at The Home Depot.
Above: The GE Monogram 42″ Custom Panel Side-by-Side Refrigerator is among the largest capacity built-in refrigerators on the market; MSRP $7,799.
Above: The GE Monogram 30″ Professional Advantium 240 Speed Cook Oven cooks up to eight times faster than a conventional oven and features four cooking modes: speedcook, true European convection, sensor microwave, and warming; MSRP $3,499.
Above: The GE Monogram 48″ Professional Range with Four Gas Burners, Grill, and Griddle delivers restaurant-quality cooking power, including a full spectrum of simmer temperatures and high-output grilling and griddle capabilities; MSRP $11,399.
Above: The GE Monogram 36″ Professional Range Top with Six Gas Burners offers minutely adjustable heat settings; MSRP $3,899.