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With people spending more time at home, kitchens and baths are beginning to receive the attention they deserve. The size of the rooms and the scale of their fixtures are expanding—as is the number of top architects and interior designers focusing on these all-important comfort zones. Here, we present three kitchens and two bathrooms from leaders in the field. Enter these pages and emerge feeling refreshed and ready to remodel:

 

Bright, Light, White:
The traditional kitchen receives a contemporary makeover.

Islands in the Steam:
A Craftsman kitchen with all the mod cons.

Yen for Zen:
Dramatic serenity reigns near Scranton.

A Precious Jewel Box:
Precision matters in a tight space.

Photo by Tony Soluri
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