A massive multifunctional kitchen island provides ample room for entertaining in this white and wood kitchen designed by Keira Burgess. At the end of the island sits a built-in counter height table, perfect for breakfasts or informal dinners.
In this sleek white kitchen, brown wood cabinets make a compelling contrast to the glossy white tile backsplash, countertops and drawers. Extended off the end of the island, a wood dining table unifies the look.
Plate racks and candlestick-style sconces; white-on-white-on-wood. Keep your country kitchen simple as Historical Concepts Architecture & Planning did here, and you’ve got the perfect backdrop to highlight food and family.
Crisp whites and stainless steel fixtures and appliances contrast with a honey-colored hardwood floor to turn this kitchen into a dynamic, inviting space. An open doorway and island connect it to the adjacent dining room.
The white cabinetry and countertops richly contrast with the wooden accents seen around the oven and kitchen island. The stunning walnut wood draws the eye to the stovetop and blue glass panel backsplash.
A rustic island made of butternut wood and topped with soapstone sits beneath a pair of industrial lights in this stunning transitional kitchen. A stainless steel hood and gas range contribute to the industrial feel, while classic white cabinets and beige subway tiles give the space a traditional touch.
As seen on HGTV's House Hunters Renovation: This kitchen was a little small for the home owner's needs so they knocked down the adjoining wall to the living room and combined the spaces. The remodel included replacing the range hood with a downdraft vent, adding a wall banquet seating space, replacing the countertop with a smaller and more user friendly countertop, resurfacing the cabinets, and adding in a new tile backsplash.
In this sleek kitchen, wood shelves and a wood island soften the starkness of the minimalist modern design. Keeping the items on the open shelves within the same color palette helps the display from looking cluttered.
Sleek saddle stools surround the dark-stained peninsula in this light and airy California kitchen. The peninsula ties in with dark, custom built-in shelves, while white cabinets, Calacatta marble countertops and a white subway tile backsplash give this room a bright, airy effect.
The owners of this house collaborated with designers to create their dream kitchen, a space with an easy work flow and attractive aesthetics. Shaker-style cabinets reach all the way up to the ceiling for added storage and visual drama.