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Kitchen

Tucked-away appliances, eye-catching details, and spacious cabinetry create a beautiful and efficient kitchen for the open-concept floor plan at the FLOWER showhouse at Brierfield Farm

“I’ve never lived with an open floor plan, but it felt right for the more informal feel we envisioned for the farmhouse,” says Margot Shaw, founder and editor-in-chief of Flower magazine. The efficient workspace is punctuated by jaunty teal counter stools and whimsical bell-shaped, abaca-wrapped iron pendants. Appliances hide behind panels in the island or are tucked into the cabinetry. For a full room tour, watch the video above led by Mary Evelyn McKee, interior designer of the 2021 Flower showhouse.

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Flower magazine showhouse at Brierfield, kitchen island, cabinetry
  • Cabinets in Devonshire Green and walls in Baffin Island, both by Benjamin Moore (used throughout the house)
  • Axis swivel counter stools from the Ray Booth Collection by Hickory Chair upholstered in Ultrasuede Green fabric in Teal by Kravet
  • Pharrell pendant lights by Currey & Company
  • All appliances, including built-in French door refrigerator, by Signature Kitchen Suite
kitchen detail of cabinets and oven
built-in microwave in lower cabinets
freestanding bar cabinet
view of kitchen island looking into great room dining and living areas
“I’ve never lived with an open floor plan, but it felt right for the more informal feel we envisioned for the farmhouse.” — Margot Shaw

Produced and Styled by Amanda Smith Fowler | Text by Alice Welsh Doyle | Photography by David Hillegas | Floral Design by Suzanne Graves of Wildflower Designs

On the Cover: The inviting living room at Brierfield Farm, our countryside showhouse, exudes warm and comfort with a palette that takes its cue from the surrounding setting. Photographed by David Hillegas.

This story appears in Flower magazine’s September/October 2021 issue on newsstands August 31. Subscribe or find a copy in a store near you.