Полина Вязниковв

Полина Вязниковв

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Apple-green and turquoise accessories offset the clean scheme in this Hamptons kitchen. - Photo: Werner Straube / Design: Gary Ciuffo

24 sun-filled spaces—including a covered porch and a pool house with terrace—evoke summer style in the Hampton Designer Showhouse

A boxed beam ceiling with beadboard insets and simple cabinets with chrome hardware give the kitchen a vintage feel. - Traditional Home ® / Photo: Tria Giovan / Design: Ken Gemes

Ceiling beams Don& forget to look up when designing your space. In this kitchen, the box beams on the ceiling are a sunny shade of yellow to match the cabinets. Exposed ceiling beams make a space with a high ceiling feel more welcoming

Custom cabinetry and countertops lighten up the kitchen, while the glass table with acrylic base keeps the space light and airy. - Photo: Werner Straube / Design: Gail Plechaty

Custom cabinetry and countertops lighten up the kitchen, while the glass table with acrylic base keeps the space light and airy.

Woven rush stools are generously sized for comfort and bring interesting texture and a California rustic aesthetic to the space. - Photo: John Merkl / Design: Catherine and Justine Macfee

Woven rush stools by Laura Lee Designs featured in Traditional Home

Two islands and double ovens are necessary for homeowners who are avid entertainers and hosts to many out-of-town guests. - Photo: Erica Dines / Design: Barbara Westbrook

Personalized Photo Charms Compatible with Pandora Bracelets. Two islands and double ovens are necessary for homeowners who are avid entertainers and hosts to many out-of-town guests.

By removing an arched alcove in front of the windows, the wall was opened up allowing more light into the space. - Photo: Werner Straube / Design: Christopher Peacock

This 1929 kitchen looks and feels period-appropriate but sports the functionality and people-friendly features of a home

A hutch-like cabinet with glass doors on the upper portion echo the window and brighten the corner. - Photo: Werner Straube / Design: Christopher Peacock

A hutch-like cabinet with glass doors on the upper portion echo the window and brighten the corner. - Photo: Werner Straube / Design: Christopher Peacock--exactly want

The light above the island—a modern take on a traditional billiard-table pendant—sports a brass finish similar to that on the range hood. - Photo: Werner Straube / Design: Chrisotpher Peacock

This 1929 kitchen looks and feels period-appropriate but sports the functionality and people-friendly features of a home. “Shelby” bar stools are from Pearson.

The kitchen's ivory cabinets, Calacatta Gold marble countertops, and shimmering, watery-tone backsplash tiles honor both sand and sea. - Photo: Erica Dines / Design: Tammy Connor

The kitchen's ivory cabinets, Calacatta Gold marble countertops, and shimmering, watery-tone backsplash tiles honor both sand and sea.

A custom hood is centered on a waterjet-cut marble-and-glass tile backsplash. Glass orb pendants were custom-designed for above the island. - Photo: Jean Allsopp / Kitchen Design: Design Galleria Kitchen & Bath Studio

A custom hood is centered on a waterjet-cut marble-and-glass tile backsplash. Glass orb pendants were custom-designed for above the island. Kitchen Pendants: “Vintage Glass Bubble Light” from South of Market.