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From the former editor in chief of House Beautiful, a vividly fresh collection of personality-filled kitchen designs and remodeling wisdom from innovators, designers, and creative thinkers
The past few years have made us all want to rethink our living spaces, particularly our kitchens. Our inner voices are saying, “You spend a lot of time in this room. Shouldn’t it feel more like you?”
Now it can. In Uncommon Kitchens, Sophie Donelson, the former editor in chief of House Beautiful, revolutionizes traditional kitchen design with a bevy of inventive ideas for makeovers both large and small. The kitchen is designed unlike any other room in the house, but that doesn’t mean you have to be hemmed in by tradition. Donelson takes a rule-breaking approach, mixing and layering styles, colors, furnishings, and layouts to make even well-trodden kitchens vividly fresh. Drawing on advice and up-to-the-minute projects from designers such as Frances Merrill, Jaqui Seerman, Victoria Sass, and many more, each personality-filled chapter is packed with liberating designs that will change your thinking about the tried-and-true kitchen.
Learn from DIYers, Instagrammers, and design experts including Nate McBride, Justina Blakeney, and Athena Calderone. Be inspired by innovators such as MK Quinlan and James Coviello. Uncommon Kitchens is a collection of imaginative new spaces that will make you a quick DIY convert, packed with indispensable tips to help you revolutionize your kitchen.
About the author:
Sophie Donelson served as editor in chief of House Beautiful and is currently a marketing strategist and sought-after consultant. Donelson is a favorite (and repeat) speaker for the annual Future of Home Conference, and is an advisor to high-profile brands such as Curbed, VRBO, Business of Home, and Mitchell Gold. She makes regular guest appearances as a design expert on Good Morning America, Today,and Open House.
Page Count: 256
Illustrations: 225 full-color photographs