KITCHEN, AFTER: Removing a wall between the kitchen and dining room has created an open concept in this Atlanta home. The gourmet kitchen is equipped with modern appliances and granite countertops and an island that also has room for a breakfast bar.
Modern cabinetry extends floor to ceiling in this sleek, open-concept kitchen, maximizing storage and hiding appliances to create a clean visual line. A Mid-Century Modern dining table offers seating for six, while an open family room allows guests to hang out and interact with the cook.
Soft gray walls give this open-concept kitchen a fresh, bright feel while Modern horizontal cabinets, a sleek hood vent, and industrial polished light fixtures deck out this beautiful kitchen and breakfast bar.
This open-concept kitchen offers the best of both worlds, providing an elegant ambiance while maintaining a creative and fun design. The bar stools, black-and-white drum shade pendant lighting and clear table add whimsy and the dark, contemporary style cabinets and soft recessed lighting establish elegance combining the two worlds into a perfect space for gathering.
Subtle patterns and a marbled waterfall counter put a refreshing spin on the usual all-white kitchen. Wall-to-wall cabinets offer storage for glasses and plates, while delicate pendant lights keep the room feeling light and airy.
The bold polka dot wallpaper and custom pop art continue into the adjacent kitchen and dining area. Here, dark wood cabinets provide a rich contrast to the white walls, while recessed and pendant lights ensure that the room is well-lit for meal prep.
This kitchen design is based around a stone fireplace that anchors the open living space featured on HGTV's Kitchen Cousins. The interplay between the natural wood cabinets and exposed stone lends a rustic touch to the design.
This kitchen layout separates lounging and socializing areas from the prepping and serving zones, yet remains unified as one space. All doors and drawers open conveniently on a reverse slope bevel, which is reflected in the pure-white custom quartz countertop profile.
All cabinets and counter-tops were replaced, and new backsplash and appliances added. A new breakfast nook, with direct sight line from the kitchen, is now situated at the opposite end from where the old breakfast room had been.
Dark oak flooring anchors this kitchen and dining area's marriage of rustic and modern aesthetics: the kitchen's island and cabinets of barnwood and blue-painted fronts and the dining area's graphic designer wallpaper, traditional round pedestal table, and quartet of red acrylic chairs.
A long wall, that had separated the kitchen from the living space, was removed as well, creating the opportunity to add a large island that helps define the space. Corbels on either side of the columns adds an architectural touch that mimics that on the outdoor columns, and helps further delineate the space.