Kelly Klein’s warm, minimalist Floridian kitchen
The fact that photographer Kelly Klein’s home shows more than a trace of minimalist chic is not all that surprising. After all, Klein’s resume also boasts her modeling career and work as an author, and she’s the former spouse of Calvin Klein. August 2012 architectural digest The article, written by William Norwich and produced by Carlos Mota, visited Kelly’s then-new home in Palm Beach, Florida.Naturally, the pool at her house was very interesting (see her book pool is a famous photo bestseller). But the kitchen was just as appealing as a space to jump into, thanks to a Wolf range, Dornbracht sink, and Sub-Zero refrigerator. What was even more impressive was that there were no cabinets at all. “Some people don’t like seeing their stuff,” Kelly thought at the time. “I like looking at the glassware and tableware I’ve made.”
Muriel Brandolini’s Manhattan home
For some, the Viking Mountains catch their eye. For others, it is a cabinet with alternating different tones, speckled, sometimes yellow. (City Joinery is responsible for them, and sure enough, they’re holes.) This kitchen was featured in his March 2011 issue of the magazine. architectural digest, It’s full of unexpected details, right down to the Czech-made chairs that date back to the 1930s. It’s no surprise that it’s located inside designer Muriel Brandolini’s own Manhattan townhouse. “If you have the right craftsman, you can leave it to them for a bit, and then… shoo!” said the AD100 decorator. advertisementAt one point in the article, his own Mitchell Owens. As an example of just that phenomenon, Brooklyn-based furniture maker Jonah Zuckerman points to a cabinet that appreciates the aesthetics of enamelled Swiss cheese. The table that further enhances the room is by Jean Dunandy.