If you like your cabinets but want a bit more pizzazz, put a spotlight on them with lighting. Designer Judith Wright Sentz used LED ribbon lights inside and low voltage lights underneath. Not only does this showcase the beautiful leaded glass doors and items on display, it also provides additional functional light for the kitchen. Sentz says the kitchen, which was a 2016 National Kitchen + Bath Association Design Competition winner, was once very dark, so she took care to add as much light to the space as possible.
This ADA-compliant kitchen was custom-designed for accessibility and mobility in a wheelchair. Crisp black countertops provide contrast against sleek, light cabinets for a contemporary look, and fun artwork adds a vibrant splash of color.
This contemporary master suite needed to serve both as a relaxation space and as the headquarters for a home-based business. The design team accomplished both goals by creating a separate nook off the bedroom that stores supplies and provides space to work.
What was a dark cramped part of the kitchen, is now a bright open airy place. The kitchen wall is gone and the bright colors of the cabinets help light up the room, as well as the additional light from the dining room area. As seen on HGTV's "Cousins Undercover."
Soft gray-blue cabinetry surrounds this spacious kitchen with solid white countertops. A white farmhouse sink blends seamlessly with the white counters while blue kitchen island has a black granite countertop to add contrast to the space.
Wallpaper makes a surprise appearance in this contemporary kitchen: It adds a sense of whimsy and fun to complement the more angular and straightforward cabinets and features. The kitchen island boasts comfortable stools at the breakfast bar, plus pendants above for more intimate lighting.
Light blue cabinets and a custom painted backsplash make this charming English cottage-inspired kitchen a stylish cooking space. Glass front cabinets and a custom shelf for antique plates add stylish and personal touches.
Light wood cabinetry and neutral pastel tiles soften the industrial look of the stainless steel countertop and appliances. A clerestory window lets in natural light to keep the space bright. The thin floor space is maximized by building the fixtures alone both sides leaving a clear isle and uncluttered counters.