Photo By: Angela Free Design; Photo by David Duncan Livingston
Photo By: Jacob Snavely
Photo By: William Quarles Photography
Photo By: Robert Paul Properties, a member of Luxury Portfolio International
Photo By: Clifford M. Scholz Architects
Photo By: NKBA/Greg Riegler
Photo By: Nat Rea Photography
Photo By: Christopher Paul Luker
Photo By: Laura Hull
Photo By: Jacob Snavely
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.
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.
High-Tech Kitchen Cooktop With Glass Tile Backsplash
A clear glass tile backsplash provides a sleek, clean background for the stainless steel range hood and high-tech cooktop. It has a child safety lock, anti-overflow system and touchscreen capabilities for easy meal preparation. A stainless steel pot filler is mounted above to cooktop for convenience.
Coastal Kitchen With White Cabinets & Wood-Look Tile Floors
Wood-look tile floors provide warmth against the crisp white cabinets and countertops in this coastal kitchen. A white subway tile backsplash adds a classic touch, while stainless steel appliances and cabinet pulls lend updated style to the space.
After white and natural wood, gray is the most popular finish for kitchen cabinets, but this is one trendy color that’s not at risk of going out of style. “Muted colors are soothing and easy to live with, and a signature of my work,” says designer Angela Free. “This home is located in the foggy San Francisco Marina district and the neutral yet rich palette allows for a seamless flow between the indoors and outdoors.”
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.
Kitchen: Cape Cod Estate on Buzzards Bay in Dartmouth, Mass.
The kitchen, breakfast room and family room occupy the east end of the 21,848-square-foot home. Full of fuss-free charm and ample prep space, the kitchen features hardwood floors, exposed beams and warm wood accents.
Coastal Kitchen With L-Shaped Breakfast Bar and Teal Accents
This spacious eat-in kitchen features an L-shaped breakfast bar complete with built-in glass front cabinets and teal leather stools arranged on one side. Glass pendant lights hang from the white coffered ceiling, while natural wood floors complete the look of the space.
Eclectic Kitchen with Gray, Yellow and White Tile and Art
Switching out the window treatments in your kitchen can be a super quick and easy way to change up your decor. Have a decoration you’ve always loved, but the color just didn't go with the rest of your kitchen? Find a window treatment that brings that color in, or try something in your same kitchen colors with a new pattern. In this 2016 National Kitchen + Bath Association Competition winning kitchen, designer Cheryl Kees Clendenon installed a floral shade with grays and yellows to match the tile work and dishes already on display.
Contemporary Coastal Kitchen Features Natural Wood
Black-framed windows add architectural interest to this kitchen while also supplying ample natural light to the space. A natural wood ceiling and coordinating cabinets pair with crisp white walls and countertops to create a casual, coastal feel.
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.