White Kitchen with Carrera Marble Island, Countertops and Backsplash
Pretty in white! This coastal-style home brings the brightness of the shore and clouds into the kitchen, creating a space that feels clean, cool and airy. A key element in the space is the gorgeous, white-and-gray Carrera marble, which graces the huge kitchen island, countertops and even the backsplash.
A mix of blues and crisp white creates a beachy feel in the kitchen of HGTV Smart Home 2013. The cottage-style cabinets and quartz countertops are bright white, while the island, walls and kitchenware are varying shades of teal. The clear glass subway tile backsplash picks up on the blue tones of the room.
This living and dining area provide a playful air of visual stimulation; lively punches of tangerine and kelly green merged with varying shades of cobalt and indigo blues. A heavy dose of woven sea grass added to the distinctive maritime air while an assortment of sea shells, blue-and-white pottery and a colorful collection of art came together to create a place of delight in this low-key beach cottage.
Coastal-style Kitchen with Reclaimed Wood Floors and Marble Backsplash
White, bright and airy: This coastal-style kitchen is a cook's dream! From the understated range hood to the reclaimed wood floors to the beautiful, herringbone-patterned marble backsplash, there's so much to love. Lofty ceilings add to the sense of space in the room.
The perfect pairing of vintage and contemporary, pendant lights become the piece de la resistance in the kitchen of HGTV Smart Home 2013. The walls, ceiling and the island cabinet base boast a vibrant beachy-blue hue that invites relaxation. The 6-foot island, capped in quartz, serves as both workspace and casual-chic dining area.
Just like the kiss sculptures on the countertop, we embrace the color and style of this Brentwood kitchen designed by Jackson Paige Interiors! The teal backsplash tile makes a grand statement and complements the blue-patterned window treatment without having to use a carbon-copy color. The style of the off-white cabinetry helps to accentuate its subtle coastal design, along with the dark tones of the kitchen island and round bar stools that also add depth to the space.
Bright Coastal Kitchen with Open Shelving and Offbeat Backsplash
“Undress your kitchen,” suggests Donna Mathis of Atlanta-based Haven Design Works. “Then thoughtfully put the accessories back in place -- maybe not all of them can truly make a huge difference in how your kitchen looks.” Designer Cheryl Kees Clendenon of Florida's In Detail Interiors thoughtfully picked a color pattern that went with the vibe she was creating for this coastal kitchen. With its unique tile, window shades and just a few accessories carefully chosen to complement the color scheme, this kitchen won a 2016 National Kitchen + Bath Association Design Competition award.
Bright, Eat-in Kitchen Features Bold, Blue Barstools
A trio of cobalt blue barstools offer a place for guests to sit while the cook preps the food. The kitchen island features three storage cabinets to hold pots, pans and anything else you may need to stow away.
Rustic and country touches make this coastal style kitchen, designed by HGTV Design Star contestant Danielle Colding, inviting and fun. From the chalkboard pantry door and cabinets to the rustic pendant lights, this room is casual and family-friendly.
White, Coastal Cottage Kitchen is Family, Friendly, Welcoming
To create a coastal cottage kitchen, exposed beams are painted white. The cabinets feature a distressed finish and are paired with speckled cream and brown countertops. The backsplash adds a subtle hint of sea-green color, while the dark wood island brings warmth to the space. A New England-inspired lantern hangs above the island.
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.