Every year, we call upon a designer to blend culinary innovations and design trends into one spectacular cooking space. This time, San Francisco tastemaker Ken Fulk installed a game-changing kitchen — and refreshed the whole first floor — for one party-loving family in New Orleans.
CHRISTINE PITTEL: Pink! That’s a surprise.
KEN FULK: It came out of the idea of celebrating New Orleans. The pink island is the color of crayfish and boiled shrimp. Then the cabinets are oyster gray. I couldn’t take another all-white kitchen, especially in this city. New Orleans is sexy and intoxicating. It’s all about color.