Domaine's Favorite Kitchens of 2013

We're sensing a pattern. Reviewing our choice kitchens of 2013 it's official: bright white and stainless steel reign supreme. We love the crisp sense of serenity white cabinets, carrera countertops, and fresh hardware add to these kitchens. Of course, it helps that they all tend to be flooded with natural light. Conversely though, we were also drawn to more unconventional spaces. Whether it was moody monochrome walls, lighting, and cabinets or the cozy sense of comfort worn woods and eclectic accents offered, we're celebrating the break from tradition these kitchens brought. One thing's for sure though, we'd be happy to hang out doing the dishes in any of these rooms. Well, maybe not the dishes. head3

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Bryant Chandelier, $693, Circa Lighting Vintage French Cane Back Side Chair, from $180, Restoration Hardware Utopia Carmen Bowl, $248, Jonathan Adler
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Enamel Tea Kettle, $85, Macy's Iittala Taika Plate, $33, Bloomingdale's Enclume Pot Rack, $365, Williams-Sonoma
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La Cornue CornuFè Stove, $8600, Williams-Sonoma Mediterranean Bistro Bar Stool, $200, Maison Midi Thomas O'Brien Goodman Hanging Lamp, $735, Circa Lighting
Photographs: 1. 2. 3. 11. Justin Coit, 4. Chris Patey, 5. 6. 8. 9. Andrew Arthur, 7. Jonn Coolidge