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TheDailyMeal.com: America’s Most Beautiful Home Kitchens

2. House Beautiful / Hermosa Beach, California

“The cabinets in this kitchen, designed by Parrish Chilcoat and Joe Lucas, with builder Matt Morris, are painted a warm gray; the island is done in a slightly cooler shade. The acid-washed limestone tiles and the custom stainless-steel hood and other appliances bring in more grays. That tone-on-tone idea creates depth and richness.” —House Beautiful

Panel Comments:

“Tone on tone, smart design, fantastic lighting and the metal stools really give it an old Humphrey Bogart/old Hollywood feel, which of course, is timeless. Love the gorgeous wood counter top. Attention to detail is clearly evident.” —Hilary Farr, Hilary Farr Design and co-host of HGTV's "Love It or List It"

“This kitchen really invites me in. It gives me the feeling that I want to be in it and actually cook. It looks warm, clean, organized — traditional, yet with a contemporary slant I just love it!” —Susan Zises Green, American Society of Interior Designers (ASID)

“Surprising blues and greys. Successful use of industrial accessories.” —Marshall Watson, Marshall Watson Interiors

“Neutral and sophisticated, this kitchen creates an industrial yet warm feel. The wood softens the masculine look.” —Sabrina Soto, Sabrina Soto Home Design and host of HGTV's "The High Low Project"

“Very calming, interesting, contrasting, and chic.” —Campion Platt, Campion Platt Interiors

“Love the colors and room to move — very functional.” —Ginger Brewton, Ginger Brewton Interiors

“The palette wins me over: beautiful shades of gray. The industrial stools and lights work really well and the warmth of the wood island counter is a great addition.” —DD Allen, PIERCE ALLEN

Details: Designer: Joe Lucas. Paint on cabinets: Farrow and Ball’s Down Pipe. Paint on island: Benjamin Moore’s Chelsea Gray. Tiles: Classic Tile. Refrigerator: Sub-Zero. Faucet: Rohl. Hardware: Schaub and Company. Vintage industrial pendants: Paul Ferrante. Stools: Restoration Hardware. Custom hood by Matt Morris.

(Credit: Victoria Pearson)
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