You know who Tyler Florence is right? Well his kitchen is dreamy, you will see this in a minute. Tyler Florence added a 17-foot-island to this Rockefeller kitchen. The reason why he did it was because “we wanted the kitchen to be more like a living room, a comfortable space you could live in every day…Our island is more than just prep space. It’s a casual dining table, a party buffet, a place where your child can do homework or have a bowl of cereal.”
Beautiful Caeserstone counters! When asked why such a dark countertop, Tyler answer was that he is “…not looking at black at all. I’m looking at a reflection of white walls, stainless steel, the blue sky from the skylight. The polished Caesarstone bounces light back into the room.”
The outdoor kitchen
This is definitely a cook’s kitchen. I really wished a kitchen like this.