The large eat-in kitchen is efficiently laid out and balanced with cabinets on either end and plenty of storage options. The French doors are updated and the walls throughout are covered in dark-stained shiplap. Track lighting outlines the rectangular shape of the dining set up with built in bench seating.
The homeowners wanted a texture-rich space with a simple feel, so designers set out to achieve that goal by using cabinets that were a mix of wood and back painted glass. Black granite was added to the countertops, backsplash and range hood. This creates a sleek, streamlined design for the heart of this sophisticated home.
This transitional kitchen remodel from HGTV Star Season 8 for homeowners Jair and Tiffany Paz features a built-in breakfast bar with a custom bar top and stool seating. Designers Abby Vasek, Anne Rue, and Brooks Atwood used plenty of warm neutrals, a window garden, and new glass-front cabinets to soften this kitchen space.
A custom-finished island contrasts with white cabinetry to make a dramatic statement at the heart of this transitional kitchen. A wire globe chandelier by Restoration Hardware and island pendants by Currey & Co. bring an old-world touch to the space that blends nicely with the industrial feel of the wood and metal bar stools. Quartz countertops add a sleek and stylish touch.
Drew Scott's team on HGTV's Brother Vs. Brother remodeled this outdated kitchen, installing vinyl flooring with a hardwood look, modern ceramic tile backsplash, new cabinets, quartz countertops and new appliances.
One end of this cottage kitchen becomes a charming breakfast nook with sunlight pouring in the large windows. The curvy cord of the pendant light over the table is a fun contrast to the room's simple straight lines.
This Mediterranean eat-in kitchen features charming exposed beams on the ceiling, a deep farmhouse sink and glass-front cabinetry. Matching tile echoing the hue of the granite countertops graces the range hood, backsplash and floor for a light contrast against the dark wood cabinets.
Aqua-colored tiles pop against crisp white cabinets in this gorgeous coastal kitchen. Barstools line the beadboard-backed peninsula, providing a spot for impromptu dining. Fresh fruit and flowers add lively splashes of color to the space.
Dark, traditional cabinetry is paired with white countertops and a neutral-tile backsplash in this kitchen seen on HGTV Design Star. White contemporary chairs and a wooden table create a simple dining space.