Carpenter Crisow von Schulz constructed the cabinets in this Amsterdam houseboat kitchen from a single elm tree. The organically curving lines were intended as a contrast to the rectilinear architecture of the houseboat. Photo by: Rene Mesman | Tiny Homes
I want this to be my kitchen! I definitely want hanging pans above the stove. I love the shelves for recipe books! That would be so freaking perfect! AND the magnetic knife strip!? This totally looks like the kitchen I've described as my dream... Now, where's the orange stand mixer and the island with a sink?
In this simple recipe, raw pasta and cherry tomatoes are simmered together in a single pan, cooking the pasta and forming a thick, starchy sauce at the same time. The efficient technique is internet famous, but this is the British cookbook author Anna Jones's simple vegetarian take on the phenomenon, adapted from her book "A Modern Way to Cook." The technique is easy to master and endlessly adaptable. (Photo: Meredith Heuer for NYT)
Natural light is a boon in small spaces, helping to brighten dark corners and make tight rooms feel bigger. But windows can also gobble up potential storage spots. To get the best of both window-focused worlds, consider a strategy used in this kitchen: a mid-height shelf for a few short bowls, and a hanging rack near the ceiling for essential pots and pans…