It's not surprising that Bobby Flay's Hamptons kitchen has a commercial 10-burner stove, two Viking ovens, a fryer, griddle, salamander, and seating that includes a farm table and two café tables. (He is a professional chef and TV star, after all.) But what is surprising is the color choice — a beautiful turquoise blue that is such a lovely change of pace from the all-white kitchens we're used to seeing.
The color of the cabinets is "Majestic Blue" by Benjamin Moore, and it's the second time this week we've seen this color on The Kitchn. (Victor's sweet Chicago kitchen has it on the wall!) Set against the slate backsplash, the color looks magnificent, don't you think? And despite their varying styles, the brass pendant lights (made by Thomas O'Brien for Visual Comfort), schoolhouse-style stools, and French rattan bistro chairs all work together.
Naturally, Mr. Flay has a pretty significant outdoor kitchen, too!
(Images: William Waldron for Elle Decor)