Although the kitchen in this loft apartment is small, it still has the amenities of a larger kitchen. A full size refrigerator, dishwasher, oven and microwave allow for ease in cooking, while extra counter space was created with the addition of the kitchen island. On the other side of the island, a breakfast bar adds casual seating, extending the entertaining space of this loft apartment.
The sunny yellow cabinets make this small kitchen feel brighter. The sunny color, along with the industrial-style lighting, gray tile backsplash and stainless steel appliances creates a balanced, modern kitchen.
Designer Tyler Karu added a bright paint stripe on the brick wall so that the exposed brick doesn't feel too overwhelming. The rustic mirror is from Portland Architectural Salvage, and he chose a marble subway tile from Home Depot for the backsplash.
This loft kitchen makes terrific use of a small space with large white cabinets for storage, plus a spacious island offering extra counter space for food prep and dining. Two Asian-inspired barstools look striking against the white cabinetry, while the exposed ductwork adds a cool industrial feel to the space.
Instead of a refrigerator plastered with magnets and notes, this loft kitchen features a chalkboard wall where people can leave reminders, notes or fun pictures. A gray metal rolling island, light fixture and stools add to the industrial feel of the space, while yellow zigzag wallpaper and a pink and red star runner add pops of color and texture.
This apartment's kitchen features stark white walls and all-white cabinets and countertops for a clean, modern design. Yellow accessories, a scalloped pendant light and distressed, wood paneled accent wall add texture and dimension to the space.
In this small New York City apartment, opening the kitchen wall allowed the kitchen design to spill into the living area, offering additional storage, seating and a bar. Matching black cabinetry ties the bar and kitchen together, and crisp white walls keep the space feeling bright and clean.
Loft-style living demands cabinets with an industrial edge. Because Atlanta homeowners Sy and Nyvette Gray needed to fill a vast space and create much-needed storage, they selected kitchen cabinets from Ikea. They worked with designer Iesia D. King for their loft decor, and the minimalist cabinets even bring out the grayish tones of the aged exposed brick.