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Coastal Kitchen With Beachy Blue Hues
Vibrant beachy-blue hues abound in this coastal kitchen, giving the space a casual, relaxed feel. The kitchen's 6-foot island, capped in quartz, serves as both a workspace and casual-chic dining area. Bamboo leaf counter stools were selected for their weathered driftwood gray finish and beachy feel.
To refine a kitchen and its occasional disorder, tall cabinets in crisp white provide necessary storage for optimum functionality. Choose pops of color for delicious intrigue, like this vibrant carpet runner.
Get the most from your kitchen island with tri-level functionality. This charming gray wainscot island offers a eating area, prep sink, wine fridge, and serving space providing the ultimate in function and remains picturesque with southern charm and elegant details.
Together with the dining room, the kitchen comprises an expansive space. The marble island helps divide the space while providing room for the sink and additional storage. The backsplash continues the feel of water in the space which is accented by a few well-placed pieces of art, including the designer's initials: MB.
When creating a space that will really transport you, always remember that it’s the little details that count the most. The colors, textures and aesthetics of these little vases and statues help to complete the story that the space is telling. Many of the pieces have been collected during the designer’s travels.
Warm Wood Transitional Kitchen With Stone Range Frame, Pendant Lights and Contemporary Island
Sharp lines envelope the design in this light and airy kitchen. Thick wood window frames compliment the Teak cabinetry, skylight beams and hardwood flooring for an encompassing warm wood color scheme. A gray marble island countertop compliments the sharp geometrical lines of the room. Simple bar chairs add the finishing touch.
Airy Eat-In Kitchen With Contemporary Dark Wood Cabinetry
This bright, white open-concept chef's kitchen boasts a beautiful Carrara marble island in the center of the space. Natural wood barstools and an upholstered bench allow for island-side eating and geometric pendants add an eclectic, stylish touch.
Breaking from her often preferred white, Joanna Gaines turns the tables in this case with all black cabinetry. The black helps delineate the space and provides marked contrast with the white marble countertops surrounding walls
Since the living room and kitchen share a space, designers wanted to be sure that the designs in the spaces complemented each other, so they ran exposed beams throughout the space to give the spaces a tavern feel, while the neutral colors blend with the natural materials to create a cozy, lakeside cottage.