This kitchen features a small breakfast nook made of reclaimed barn wood, lending a rustic feel. The Southwestern-inspired Roman shades are also incorporated in the bench pillows, while soapstone countertops anchor the room.
Reclaimed wood is used to create a rustic double vanity in this mountain retreat. Creamy neutral countertops are paired with metallic mosaic tile backsplash. Cutouts in the vanity add chic storage for towels.
The custom-designed vanity features clean lines and inset handles. The soft gray front is paired with charcoal countertops, while the reclaimed wood backsplash is highlighted by oil-rubbed bronze sconces and custom mirrors.
Exposed reclaimed wood ceiling beams add a rustic touch to this contemporary kitchen. The long kitchen island is clad in stainless steel countertops and features a base of rough-hewn wooden legs made from driftwood. Bright white cabinets add lightness to the space, while a custom touch is a concrete apron-front sink.
Wood Reclaimed From Barn Adds Rustic Touch in Kitchen
Reclaimed barn wood placed on the diagonal adds rustic warmth on the feature wall in this cozy kitchen. Cow artwork provides a cheeky nod to the wood's origin, while modern pendant lights and limestone countertops keep the space from feeling overly rustic.
Reclaimed barn wood wraps the breakfast bar and covers doorways in this contemporary kitchen, adding warmth and interest to the space. Sleek stone countertops are extra-thick in keeping with the room's modern vibe.
Contemporary Eat-In Kitchen With Mosaic Tile Backsplash
This stylish kitchen features sleek taupe cabinets paired with white countertops and a brown mosaic tile backsplash. Reclaimed wood stools are positioned at the island, providing the perfect spot for casual dining. Glass pendant lights illuminate the space.
The 13-foot kitchen island features brilliant white quartz countertops and opens up to the pub-style dining room. A muted gray-green wall color pairs nicely with the reclaimed wood on the face of the island and the wood-wrapped beams. The runner is actually porcelain tile laid flush with the hardwood floors, creating a unique visual accent.
This rustic-industrial kitchen features an interesting mix of materials, from the corrugated tin ceiling to the reclaimed wood open shelving to the sleek quartz countertops. The design team removed walls and upper cabinets to open up the space. Colorful dishware stands out against the neutral walls.
In this kitchen featured on HGTV's Cousins Undercover, load-bearing beam is lined with reclaimed wood paneling. The paneling along with the butcher block countertops offers a rustic touch in this cottage-style kitchen.
Neutral Transitional Butler's Pantry With View of Dining Room
A butler's pantry connected to the dining room creates a convenient preparation space for entertaining. A stylish pendant light illuminates the soft gray cabinetry and dark countertops in the neutral transitional space. A view of the adjacent dining room showcases a beautiful reclaimed wood table and modern, sleek metal chandelier.
Transitional White Kitchen With Reclaimed Wood Island
Designer Jeff Troyer combined the former dining room and pantry to create a large, open kitchen with a rustic reclaimed wood island. The gray countertops, white cabinetry and white subway tile backsplash are enlivened with pops of color from a collection of vibrant kitchenware showcased on open shelving.
The fire pit is a stone's throw from the outdoor kitchen. Complete with a refrigerator, grill and durable zinc countertops, the kitchen is set for outdoor entertaining. Reclaimed wood gives the barbecue station a rustic, weathered look –– the perfect complement to the rugged fire pit.
Fixer Upper Hosts Chip and Joanna Gaines turned the once disastrous room into a bright, clean kitchen with new cabinets, wood floors, Carrera marble countertops and light gray paint with white trim. The old drop ceiling was removed, adding height to the room, and a wooden support beam was added. A subway tile backsplash, floating wood shelves and stainless steel appliances were also installed. Client Clint Harper added the finishing touches to the kitchen by making a beautiful island and vent hood out of reclaimed wood, as seen on HGTV's Fixer Upper.
Custom Vent Cover Made From Reclaimed Barn Wood from Local Tennessee Farm in Remodeled Kitchen
In this kitchen, elegant simplicity is the name of the game. Old appliances were removed to add new, commercial grade appliances to accommodate the young family. Easy to clean Caesarstone countertops were added to the cabinets, and color was added to the neutral, elegant space by adding colorful kitchen ware. Then, designers added a custom range hood cover made from reclaimed barn wood from a local Tennessee farm, adding texture to the space.
Modern Kitchen With Colorful Reclaimed Wood Island
To give a California ranch-style home a fresh, modern twist, designer Kristianne Watts used a mix of materials in the kitchen. “On the island we used reclaimed boat wood from Indonesia. With the original paint still on each plank, it brings an authentic feel to the space,” she says. “The raised bar is Portland cement, which can be broken and recycled. The countertops are a quartz from Silestone/Cosentino. The custom cabinetry on the perimeter is an environmentally friendly wood veneer, FSC-certified Shinnoki pre-finished wood panels in Midnight Ash.”
Transitional Kitchen and Dining Room are Open, Relaxed
A rental unit receives a transitional upgrade from designer Lisa Furey. Simple gray cabinets are paired with charcoal countertops and contemporary lighting. Kubu wicker Parsons chairs surround a round glass table in this open dining and kitchen. Reclaimed wood is used to create a rustic abstract art piece in the dining area.
Modern Kitchen With Hand-Blown Blue Glass Pendant Lighting
In this distinct kitchen design by Susan Serra, the brushed metal table and glass countertops are counterbalanced by the warmth of wood cabinets, hardwood floors and distinct color accents. The gorgeous hand-blown cobalt blue pendants, with natural imperfections, are scene stealers and add artisan appeal to a contemporary setting. "Natural materials in lighting fixtures such as reclaimed wood and distressed metals also add that authentic element we crave," says Serra. "Imperfections are desired and coveted...in context, of course!"