This beautiful farmhouse kitchen belongs to publishing powerhouses Pilar Guzman and Chris Mitchel and is located in the East Hampton, New York.
“For the kitchen, what we had in mind was more Remains of the Day than a Nancy Meyers film, which is to say a real turn-of-the-century workhorse—one where you would find copper saucepans in every size and dough rising for the day’s bread. In our version, the primary workspace is a six-by-12-foot table with a two-inch slab of Carrara marble atop a band of shallow drawers. Free of overhead cabinets, the tiled walls take center stage. We found a couple in Portland, Oregon, whose company, Clayhaus, customized a warm white glaze for us and hand-produced the 6,000 ceramic tiles needed.”
Image courtesy of: Architectural Digest