Craftsman-style trim and custom millwork lends a well-established look in the kitchen of a new-construction home. Designer Jamie House selected a soft mint color for the cabinetry to add depth to this bright, light space and chose over-scale pendant lights to balance the scale of the large island.
Go with your changing tastes. When DIYer and stylist Jo Torrijos renovated her Craftsman bungalow kitchen in 2009, she installed cherry cabinets. She later grew tired of the look, but didn’t want to purchase new cabinets. By repainting them in a light gray (Benjamin Moore’s Gray Owl), Torrijos was able to modify her kitchen to go with her updated style.
With their healthy, vegetarian lifestyle, this kitchen is truly put to work every day. The design features two islands: one island is reserved for seating and storage, while the other houses a prep sink and a very special butcher block pedestal that Lauren Levant designed especially for this project. Made from her sketch, a local woodworker created an original butcher block pedestal from a fallen local tree, with a removable chopping block set into it.
Hardwood flooring, wood doors and craftsman-style cabinets create this open kitchen with white countertops. A built-in plate and glass rack and an open under-cabinet bin provide extra storage amidst the cabinets. Exposed ceiling beams add to the natural decor of the open space.
This remodeled kitchen blends contemporary and Craftsman styles to create a one-of-a-kind space. Cream lower cabinets pair with neutral stone countertops, while glass-front wood upper cabinets elegantly display dishes. A stained glass window above the breakfast nook is a nod to the home's original character.
A custom banquette bench with storage seamlessly blends the craftsman-style kitchen and breakfast nook in this gorgeous space. Warm craftsman cabinets frame the kitchen while a mission-style breakfast table grounds the space.
As you enter this contemporary Craftsman-style home, you are greeted with a beautiful slate wall that helps divide the entryway from the main living spaces. The open floor plan combines an Arts-and-Crafts-style kitchen with a sleek yet comfortable dining and living room.
This spacious kitchen features wall-to-wall bamboo cabinets paired with black glossy countertops and a wood paneled range hood. Two wrought iron lantern chandeliers hang above the kitchen island, which boasts a sink and plenty of room for casual dining seating.
Though much of Artemesia was left intact during the multi-decade renovation, owner Leonard Fenton realized that to make the house marketable to contemporary buyers he would have to expand the kitchen. Older homes often featured functional, smaller kitchens rarely used by the home's occupants.
The warm tones and finishes in this craftsman style kitchen create a welcoming design. A wood door refrigerator and freezer blend beautifully into the cabinetry. A long island is perfect for in-kitchen eating on the leather barstools with nailhead trim finish. Light, neutral marble floor tile and light walls keep the room bright.
This family of five needed a kitchen that fit their active lifestyle. The main goal of the kitchen remodel was to create an open plan that flows into the dining room and home office. Slate tile flooring and shared cabinetry connects the kitchen and home office, which also functions as the kids' homework center.
Kitchens serve as not only a place to prepare meals, but also a main gathering space in the home. Look through these pictures for great kitchen design ideas and be inspired to create a new look for your kitchen.