An Inviting, Traditional Adobe Kitchen With Santa Fe Style

Pottery, folk art, and more.

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Peter Vitale
There's no rule that says a kitchen has to be just about cooking. This New Mexico kitchen by Judith Espinar, Jim Deville, and Scott Robey is painted in a cheery, sunbaked yellow that's a perfect backdrop for pottery and folk art. For more decor ideas, read an interview with Espinar.
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Kitchen Workspace
The sunbaked yellow paint was custom-mixed and sets off a semicircle of Petatillo-style plates, topped by a platter from Capula, Mexico, above the Professional Series range. Refrigerator and dishwasher also from Viking Professional Series. The faucet has been discontinued in favor of a similar model, the Talis S HighArc. fireclay sink. Custom blue paint on cabinetry. Hardware from .
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Global Tablescape
An old Mexican table is set with Mexican stemware, Portuguese glasses, and Barro Sin Plomo Mexican plates bought at the . "I love looking at all my pottery from different countries, all living together," Judith Espinar says. "It's hard to understand why people are so tied into borders."
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Kitchen Dining Area
Espinar scoured flea markets to find the old Mexican cantina chairs — no two are exactly alike — and made cushions out of Mexican embroidery. Tumbled brick floor from
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Doorway
An original door is crowned with a collection of vintage plates from Oaxaca, Mexico. "A nice example of common pottery," Espinar says. "I like the way the glazes bleed into each other."
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