Leslie Anne Wiggins for Architectural Digest.
Inspiring and clutter-free, these 19 kitchens are a study in contemporary elegance.
A glass backsplash sets a polished tone in a Washington, D.C., kitchen designed by Solís Betancourt & Sherrill. A hood by Gaggenau hangs above the gleaming Caesarstone island, where dessert is served.
The kitchen of a Ketch Harbour, Nova Scotia, home by Alexander Gorlin Architects has floor-to-ceiling windows that provide a panoramic ocean view.
A West Village, Manhattan, kitchen in a sleek building by Richard Meier has glamorous shiny countertops of white crystallized glass.
The crisp Madrid kitchen of decorator Isabel López-Quesada features Bulthaup cabinetry and a cooktop and hood by Gaggenau.
Derin's Fold barstools add a pop of color in the sleek white Boffi-clad kitchen of a Manhattan brownstone remodeled by Delphine Krakoff of Pamplemousse Design.
The kitchen in a floor-through Manhattan apartment is appointed with a range, microwave, and refrigerators all by Viking, and wall and cabinet panels of chocolate-brown cerused oak. Architect Mark Stumer and designer James Aman designed the Upper East Side home.
An Upper East Side, Manhattan, duplex's simple kitchen sparkles with white Corian cabinetry and counters. Architect Steven Harris and designer Lucien Rees Roberts created the clean-lined space.