To encourage flow from one room to the next, designer Joe Human layered this modern kitchen and hallway with polka dot wallpaper and custom pieces. Three copper barstools, geometric lights and a marble island add a luxe touch to the design.
The bold polka dot wallpaper and custom pop art continue into the adjacent kitchen and dining area. Here, dark wood cabinets provide a rich contrast to the white walls, while recessed and pendant lights ensure that the room is well-lit for meal prep.
Pattern and texture are key in this urban contemporary kitchen. The bold peony and vine backsplash makes a dramatic statement and is offset by sleek wood cabinets. The vibrant pink island is color matched to the BlueStar stove, and contemporary pendant lights illuminate the space.
The homeowners wanted an open space that would function smoothly for their family, so designers knocked out a section of the wall to create a physical connection between the kitchen and dining room to make serving food easier.
As seen on season 1 of Sarah Sees Potential, designer Sarah Richardson maintained function without sacrificing beauty in this modern dining room. A colorful blue message board doubles as a piece of art while the room's two radiators are disguised to blend in with the crisp white trim.
Marble Tile Blends Light Gray and White Structures in Bright, Modern Kitchen
White marble tile beautifully blends the white details with the gray lower cabinets in this modern kitchen. Floating shelves fit the modern style and provide space for decorative, open display. The hardwood floor grounds the cool-toned, bright room.
Transitional, White Kitchen With Marble Countertops
Full-height wall cabinets with brass hardware, built-in bar with glass shelving and a combination of classic marble and modern white Caesarstone countertops combine to create this sophisticated, transitional kitchen.
Industrial meets organic in this one of a kind kitchen covered floor to ceiling in natural wood elements with stainless steel accessories. A large onyx island helps break up the space and creates a great prep space.
Mary Beth Hartgrove of Metropolitan Kitchen & Bath transformed a cramped kitchen with little aesthetic appeal into a transitional masterpiece. Mindful of the home's more traditional architecture, Hartgrove blended contemporary elements to complement the homeowners' taste.
The stove wall has multiple focal points including the blue La Cornue stove, a reclaimed tin hood, two curio cabinets and a 2 ¼’’ thick concrete counter top with a silver gray finish to match the hood.