A professional-grade range, vent-hood that doubles as a shelf and a restaurant-style refrigerator and freezer make this kitchen perfect for the person who loves to cook. A banquette adds seating and style
A mega-million-dollar price tag does come with a few perks. This El Camino estate comes with a professional grade kitchen with sleek stainless appliances, spectacular wood paneling and top-notch custom cabinets.
A decorative backsplash gives presence to the cooktop in this opulent traditional kitchen. Niches in the detailed cabinetry provide space to display collected pottery, while decorative pendants fit with the style of the space.
The chef-inspired kitchen showcases professional-grade appliances, a huge island with vegetable sink, gray granite countertops and rich brown cabinets. Diamond-laid tile is used for the flooring, while rustic stone creates a rustic backsplash behind the oven and range hood.
1920s Kitchen with Glam Accents, Contemporary Feel
This kitchen is fully updated to modern standards, but maintains a 1920s feel. Polished nickel fixtures and an extra-wide apron sink are among the room's classic touches. A dark island pops in the gray and white space, and its Carrara marble top continues onto the kitchen table.
Kitchen Island: Elegant Italianate Estate in Bellevue, Wash.
An oversized white island with a stunning marble countertop is the focal point of the magnificent kitchen. The island offers ample prep and storage space while also accommodating three barstools for casual dining.
A slide-out component on this striking, citron-painted island is a baker's dream. The island, along with a window treatment in the same hue, provide bold swaths of color in this all-white traditional kitchen. Dark hardwood underfoot grounds the space and warms it up.
The mix of materials on the countertop and along the backsplash work because the palette is the same rich orange, similar to the Benjamin Moore metallic wall paint, and offset by a large expanse of off-white linen painted cabinetry.
Gorgeous Wood Cabinetry in Traditional Chef's Kitchen
Professional grade appliances and stunning wood cabinets create a chef's kitchen that is both dreamy and functional. A portion of the lower cabinets are painted black to match the paneled backsplash, stools and kitchen island. Neutral granite countertops complete the timeless design.
Black cabinets and drawers make a striking contrast against the white walls and kitchen island. Classic architectural details, like elegant columns and crown molding, combine with contemporary elements, such as the bubble pendant lights, to create a transitional chef's kitchen that is truly the heart of the home.
A multi-barreled brick lined ceiling brings a warm, rustic vibe to the gourmet kitchen, which opens up to the family room. A custom-made zinc hood over the gas cooktop adds to the Old World feel, while limestone tiles ground the space.
This bright and airy kitchen, last remodeled in the 1980s, lacked sufficient counter space. By removing walls and widening the entry, the design team captured previously wasted space and created a kitchen with a family-friendly, efficient layout. Polished nickel hardware and light fixtures add an air of elegance.
The stately stylings of this expansive kitchen mean meals around the island feel as grand as in many homes' dining rooms. Metal, lantern-like pendants and exposed wood beams give a hint of rustic charm to the otherwise white space.
Traditional Chef's Kitchen is Open, Family-Friendly
A large center island clad in gray granite provides open and closed storage, as well as prep sink. Rustic stone surrounds the professional oven and range hood, while exposed wood beams contrast against the creamy white ceiling. Contemporary pendant lights add a modern touch to this traditional kitchen.