This is quite a kitchen. The Chinese Chippendale table and chairs and the Greek key floor are incredible. And a preemptive strike against the inevitable comments about how this is not practical. Not everyone has little kids and/or spends their days cooking.
Many people carry out or order in or eat out. Many people buy prepared foods and microwave. Many people have outdoor kitchens like here in Florida. A growing trend is a wet and a dry kitchen. Many people today including baby boomers and empty nesters want a kitchen that looks like the rest of their home.
I don't cook. Been there/done that. I use my range once in a blue moon. And I know this is weird, but I have never liked hot food. I love sushi, salads, poke, sandwiches, cold soups, cheese = especially here in South Florida. This designer is based in Palm Beach BTW.
If I redo my kitchen, it will have marble countertops and chinoiserie wallpaper panels and glass and brass shelving.
I wonder what the floor is? Tiled? Painted concrete? Another view.