We’ve compiled a few of our favorite kitchens from previous issues to show you where your neighbors are cooking up and sharing their meals.
Featured in our January/February 2017 issue, Sandra and Stephen Rich‘s home on East Franklin Street is recognizable by the rose garden out front and by the storied treasures inside.
In Jeremy Samelson‘s home on Country Club Road, which appeared in our November 2016 issue, the kitchen is where the solid old elements meet polished new ones for a simultaneously rustic and stately elegance.
Terry and Chris Woodfin decided to build a Craftsman house on a wooded lot five miles south of downtown Chapel Hill, which was published in our September/October 2016 issue. The kitchen – accented with white beveled subway tile and dark leathered rough-edge granite countertops – features an island with seven barstools: five leather seats and two end stools.
Stephen and Ann Aylward built their dream vacation home right on Old Greensboro Road. In our May/June 2016 issue, we featured their living-dining-kitchen area built for entertaining large groups.
First-time homebuyers, Alex and Kate Sayre found a fixer-upper on Graham Street that had been vacant for two years and decided to roll up their sleeves. The story of their revamped home originally appeared in our March 2015 issue.
In Renee Floyd‘s townhome on the main drag of Barbee Chapel Road approaching Meadowmont Village, the kitchen was the biggest priority. Marble backsplashes and wide wooden plank walls accent stainless steel appliances in her modern oasis, featured in our April 2016 issue.
Kimberly Jenkins and Mac Chisolm’s huge kitchen – and by extension, the house – is a gathering place for loved ones coming together for food, fellowship and stories. The story of their Chapel Hill farmhouse was originally published in our September/October 2014 issue.
In Steve and Joyce Winterbottom‘s home in The Woodlands, clean architectural lines are warmed by natural woods. Their home − and window to the world – appeared in our April 2015 issue.
Marty and AraLu Lindsey gave back to their alma mater, UNC, through a renovation of their home on Battle Lane. The story of this historic home was featured in our January/February 2015 issue.
Wyndham Robertson‘s cottage in The Cedars is both sophisticated and spunky. The story of her home – reflective of the retired writer’s lifetime – was published in our January/February 2016 issue.
Photography by Briana Brough