This sleek modern kitchen mixes white and brown cabinetry with brown wood islands for a look that's both light and earthy. A stainless steel range hood and lucite barstools are crisp accents with a hint of urban edge.
Bright white cabinets enhance the height of this spacious eat-in kitchen. Modern lucite barstools keep things feeling open, while the blue and white rug and Roman shade add casual elegance to the room.
Lucite barstools with a fun, contemporary design surround one end of the island in this transitional kitchen, creating a spot for dining without visually crowding the room. Variegated wood flooring warms the crisp white space.
This lively, eclectic kitchen is brought to life through bright stripes of color, a red glass backsplash, stainless steel appliances and funky floral window treatments. The kitchen island serves as a breakfast bar with lucite barstools.
A kitchen island in black and a stainless steel range hood ground the airy feel of this open plan kitchen. The neutral palette is livened up by the interesting mix of textures: wood, metal, stone and the lucite barstools.
Carefully placed translucent accents in the bar area play up the modern design of the kitchen and give the space a more pristine aesthetic. The white countertop, walls and cabinetry showcase each decorative item of color, such as the gold drinking glasses on the table and the orchid plant in its gold vase. The lucite barstools also complement the look.
Cool, contemporary style comes from the details in this open concept kitchen and dining area. Black wire pendants swoop and curve above the dining table. In the kitchen a high contrast backsplash visually leaps out from around the cabinets.
In this townhouse renovation, a more efficient kitchen with updated appliances and wider work surfaces was a
must. A Spanish-style tile backsplash does the double trick of punching up the white cabinets and making the ceiling feel even higher.
Blown glass chandeliers, acrylic chairs and a row of cosmic pendants bring a feeling of lightness to this open, modern loft. Carved from the top floor of a century-old St. Louis warehouse, the 7,500-square-foot loft features 18-foot ceilings, original arched windows and industrial elements like exposed brick, concrete columns and metal piping. The open concept design is ideal for entertaining.