The bold contrast of the dark cabinets with white quartz countertops, white subway tile and spring-green wall paint makes for a cleaner and crisper look in the newly remodeled kitchen, as seen on HGTV's Renovation Raiders.
By removing the low-hanging cabinets, this renovated kitchen opens up to an island with a casual eating area, creating additional food preparation space and storage. The kitchen island features royal blue painted stools and three copper pendant lights. The open nature of the kitchen and living room spaces allows for easy transition between the rooms.
Todd Davis renovated this 1940s Noe Valley home in San Francisco to open the kitchen up to the adjacent living and dining spaces. A simple skylight lights the interior space while the bold, bright green paint on the back of the cabinetry provides an unexpected burst of color to the sleek look.
Previously dark and dated, this New York farmhouse now has an open, airy feel and connected floor plan. The designers expanded the kitchen footprint, added windows, increased ceiling heights and opened up the rooms to create a comfortable flow. This dining room features modern furniture and contrasting trim, creating a fresh, crisp space that connects with the nearby kitchen.
This French country kitchen uses design details to decorate the space creating a clutter free and polished look. Distressed cabinets add a vintage touch against the updated countertop. The black details pop against the light palette.
The homeowner's newly renovated kitchen is shown. The wall section dividing the kitchen and dining room has been removed, allowing a straight line of site through the whole first floor. The refrigerator now stands where the old sink previously was, and the old window closed up. A new slightly smaller kitchen island allows the same bar stools to fit comfortably in the narrow room. The sink has moved below the other back window. A clean white color scheme, updated stainless steel appliances and modern overhead lighting create a contemporary feel to the space without changing the room's size.