Monday, April 11, 2011
This Chevy Chase, Maryland kitchen belongs to a former White House social secretary, Amy Zantzinger, and her family. She wanted to create a good looking space that was also extremely functional.
The centerpiece - is a counter height dark stained oak table for the family to eat meals around and for her kids to do home work.
Loving the serene grey cabinets, the concealed appliances, the cabinet pocket doors, the marble countertops and yes the wrap around french paned windows! Nice.
Classic but not old and fuddy duddy...fresh and inviting. That's the perfect recipe for a kitchen in my view.
What do you think of this eat-in kitchen? Too traditional? Just right? What elements might you incorporate into your dream kitchen?
Photos: Washington Post