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Bye-Bye Boring Brown Kitchens

By: Virginia Switzer

Whet your appetite for color with this surprisingly appealing neutral.

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Photo: Randy Weinstein

Cafe Kitchen Design

When we think of brown in the context of drinks, javas, espressos, and cappuccinos come to mind. Using coffee cabinets and milky-white subway tiles creates an inviting combination for a modern, industrial design. Designed by Randy Weinstein

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Repurposed Style

Repurpose old stools, chairs and architectural salvage – all in warm, neutral browns – to create the feeling of a custom, casual farmhouse kitchen. Photographed by Lisa Warninger; Styling by Chelsea Fuss; Designed by Orange Design and Construction

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Eat-In Kitchen

Combine a shiny, sophisticated countertop with casual captain's chairs for a one-of-a-kind gathering space. Top it with a candle tray-lamp and you've got the perfect conversation starter.

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Photo: Thomas Oppelt

Old World Charm

Rich textures of brick and wood present a sense of intimacy in this grand, Iitalian-style kitchen. Designed by Thom Oppelt

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