Blacklines of Design is a new publication focused on modern architecture and interiors from a diverse spectrum of building professionals. Based in Brooklyn, New York, the magazine showcases the work of emerging architects and designers. The kitchens shown below have been featured in recent issues of the publication.
A minimalist white kitchen with shaker style cabinets, a peninsula with bar stools, and vintage light fixtures.
The kitchen opens up into the living area with a short peninsula bar separating the two areas.
Antique-style glass jar pendant lights add a beautiful ambiance to the kitchen.
The European-style refrigerator fits snugly in this small kitchen, while the microwave hood also provides a space-saving design.
This ultra-modern concept kitchen design features two-tone cabinets in burgundy and gray, white marble countertops with matching floors, and a sweeping ocean-front view out the bank of windows.
Red, white, and blue accents contrast with gray cabinets to give this open-plan kitchen and living room a unique and festive atmosphere. Notice how the backsplash incorporates the coloring of the living room furnishings, while the red accent wall visually connects the two areas together.
Type of Business: Quarterly Architecture Magazine, Online
Company Back Story Blacklines of Design is the brain child of designer Kathleen Ettinne, an immigrant from Trinidad and Tobago and whose father was a building contractor and a major influence in her career. Having studied at the Pratt Institute School of Design, Ettinne went on to work for several well-known architectural and regularly undertook philanthropic initiatives to engage teen youth in the medium of architecture.
The quarterly publication serves as a resource for those interested in learning about the variety of styles and designs that can broaden the foundations of modern architecture.