Designers are making the kitchen a much comfier place these days. For proof, check out this Water Mill kitchen, where sleek appliances coexist with a warm seating area. "Let's quit pretending we have live-in help and admit we're all hanging out in the kitchen because that's where the food is, that's where it's all happening," says Manhattan interior designer Patricia Fisher, who owns a house in East Hampton. Read all about the trend here.
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