For a new kitchen in Mount Kisco, New York, Shaker-style cabinets by Plain & Fancy, painted Teresa's Green by Farrow & Ball, have a wonderfully old-fashioned but surprisingly fresh look. Traditional pulls and latches from House of Antique Hardware. Soapstone counters and sink fabricated by Stepping Stones. Sub-Zero refrigerator. New White paint on walls and Pointing on trim, both by Farrow & Ball.
Vintage pendants hung at different heights provide ambient and task lighting. The dark brass schoolhouse lights were found at Scherer's Architectural Antiques. "The homeowner is a serious cook," designer Young Huh says, "and she wanted that Wolf range" — it has six burners, a double griddle, and two ovens. Farmhouse table from Royal Port Antiques.
Some cabinets are glass-fronted, to display special dishes and glassware. Paint in the mudroom beyond is Farrow & Ball's Arsenic.
The Miele dishwasher has a cabinet front, so it doesn't break up the line of cabinetry under the counter. Perrin & Rowe bridge faucet on the farmhouse-style soapstone sink.