This bright and sunny contemporary kitchen gets its airiness from white cabinets and tile, plus minimalistic shelves that create an open feel. The white space gets a splash of color from a flower bouquet next to the sink on the kitchen island.
Kitchen island details in this kitchen include a chunky 3” reverse-bevel solid slab of white river granite, a stainless farmhouse sink and a multifunctional industrial-style faucet. Designer Kerry Fidler says, “You can fill the sink with ice and use it as a giant champagne bucket.
This spacious kitchen has everything a cook could want: professional grade appliances, smart storage and plenty of prep space. A farmhouse sink holds court on the center island, the other side of which has three barstools for eat-in dining.
This kitchen gives a nod to Scandinavian design with its uncomplicated style. White oak cabinetry and a hardwood floor create a light, minimalistic feel, while sleek hardware and stainless steel appliances add a touch of modern flair.
This country kitchen island features an apron sink, lots of cabinet storage and plenty of counter space to spread food out. Natural wood finish and Calacatta marble contrast nicely for an elegant rustic feel.
A stunning Etch pendant light by Tom Dixon sets off the beautifully simple and sleek geometric design of this modern eat-in kitchen. The abundant use of white, from the frosted dining table to the long kitchen island, is interrupted by the use of wenge wood and green accents of the table settings. The island is designed as one long block with two sinks.
A rich wood barn door is a beautiful detail to highlight the farmhouse style of this kitchen. White cabinets and a neutral marble countertop create a classic and bright look through the room. A modern, stainless steel range hood keeps the space updated and efficient without overtaking the welcoming, warm feel.
Neutral floor tile tones compliment the neutral marble countertop covering the large island and built in counter space. A white subway tile backsplash and white cabinetry make the back wall look light and bright. The white ties into the island with the farmhouse sink. A modern range hood and stainless steel appliances give an updated finish to the farmhouse feel.
The homeowners needed an inviting kitchen that could meet their meal prep needs, so they added a large kitchen island in the center of the space. This kitchen island has dark cabinets to compliment the neutral color palette of the rest of the space, as well as add warmth. The island contains a dishwasher, a two sided prep sink and plenty of storage for the family's many cookbooks. A breakfast bar with additional seating has been added for the more casual eating affair.
When the kitchen is in the center of the house or in a windowless space, place an oversized mirror over the sink to create the illusion of a window, says Ili Hidalgo-Nilsson, architect and designer with Terracotta Design Build in Atlanta. This home also uses furniture in the kitchen for storage, instead of another row of built-in cabinets.