Cedar walls and cabinets add rustic appeal to this eat-in kitchen. Three traditional wooden barstools line the spacious island, which doubles as a prepping station. Stainless steel appliances add modernity to the space.
The modified industrial look of the shelves and lighting is suited to the newly enlarged and modernized space as well as the home's overall architecture. The stainless steel range hood matches the stove and oven and is a pleasing industrial contrast to the warm, hardwood walls.
This contemporary kitchen area feels large thanks to the angled ceiling and abundant natural light from the windows. The stainless steel appliances and long countertops are a home chef's dream, and the blue cabinetry and hardwood floors are serene touches.
The designers at Color Design Art prove that laundry rooms don't need to be cold and sterile. In this retro utility room, bright-red appliances, colorful artwork and contemporary black cabinetry bring a different feel to the laundry room.
This residential kitchen boasts commercial flair. Functionally, the room was laid out to maximize prep space for cooking; visually, the sense of immense space was heightened by using three different types of engineered stone for the backsplash, the countertop and the island topper. The neutral background is broken with a dash of bright orange in the light fixtures — an easily changeable feature when you're in the mood for a different color. This impressive kitchen with was designed by Poggenpohl team Tedd McKee and Rosemary Porto in collaboration with architecture firm CUBE 3 Studio.
Lots of space allows for easy maneuvering around the island and throughout this modern kitchen. Woodgrain cabinetry creates a sleek look and light countertops brighten the room. A yellow, black and gray glass tile backsplash adds a touch of color to the design. Stainless steel appliances fit perfectly with the modern look.
White quartz countertops are a bright finishing touch for this midcentury modern kitchen, enhancing the room’s open and airy feel. The designer maintained the space’s original curved layout and incorporated a raised bar between the kitchen and family room to define the two areas.
Finding unexpected pieces to accent your island or bar can give you a designer look without the pricetag, says designer Diane Foreman of Neil Kelly Company. The whimsical curved table leg supporting this island was just $80 online, but Foreman says it’s often mistaken for a custom piece.
This chef-style kitchen is laid out to maximize prep space for cooking; visually, the sense of immense space was heightened by using three different types of engineered stone for the backsplash, the countertop and the island topper. The neutral background is broken with a dash of bright orange in the light fixtures.
Borrow a couple of quick and easy ways to infuse style from this high-end designer kitchen in Florida’s Alys Beach community. Create your own cruet set with oils, salt and pepper and other often-used ingredients using pretty bottles and jars, and display them within arm’s reach on a beautiful cutting board. Then, fill an otherwise unused corner with a favorite painting or small photograph.