Cottage Neutral Kitchen with Wood-Framed Vent Hood
The Baker’s new kitchen has been completely transformed with new cabinetry, appliances, and wood flooring. A modern tile backsplash, a wood-framed vent hood, and granite countertops were installed, as seen on HGTV's Fixer Upper.
Featured on HGTV's "Cousins Undercover," this cottage-style open shelving along with the white cabinetry, warm wood tones and reclaimed wood paneling makes this kitchen feel light and airy. The butcher block countertop lends visual interest and warmth, giving it a true cottage feel.
Vintage Lights Add Character to White Cottage Kitchen
This newly-built beach house achieves old-house charm by swapping ubiquitous pendants over the peninsula for flush-mounted milk glass orbs, antique finds worth every penny. Over the dining table, a large lantern is a stylish focal point while a trio of salvaged copper marine lights, one above each window, illuminate the sink.
Full of abundant detail, this cottage style kitchen offers a little of it all. Peek-a-boo cabinets with lighting draw the eye upwards to the captivating tray ceiling. From there, the black pendant lights brings you back down to the dark gray marble countertops that sit atop white detailed cabinets. The blue and white plate detail and homey patterened wallpaper makes this cottage vibe come to life.
Cottage-Style Kitchen With Carrara Marble Countertops
This kitchen was completely transformed with all new cabinets, painted gray on the bottom and white on top to make the space appear larger. The wrap-around countertop was replaced with a space-saving kitchen island and breakfast bar. All new stainless steel appliances give this room a sleek, clean look.
Hosts Chip and Joanna Gaines completely transformed the Jonklaas's kitchen by removing the wall to the dining room and creating a more open flow to the space. They decided to keep the original cabinets, but to paint them bright white and to add new hardware. Wood floors, granite countertops, a natural stone backsplash and stainless appliances were installed. The outdated wallpaper was removed and the walls were painted light blue. Two modern pendant light fixtures illuminate a new kitchen island, as seen on HGTV's Fixer Upper.
White Shaker cabinets pair with gray countertops and subway tile backsplash for a soft, welcoming color palette. Pantries with open shelves and pull-out drawers provide much-needed storage in the kitchen.
In HGTV Dream Home 2015, the open kitchen leads straight to the dining room, making the entire home feel bright and airy. According to the home's interior designer Linda Woodrum, the kitchen “is part of the party. You’re not isolated, and I think that’s how people want to live.”
Generous ledges extend beyond the edge of this kitchen's island making a comfortable dining table. The room's dark brown hardwood floors are a grounding contrast to the fresh, white cabinets and walls.
One of the hottest trends in kitchen design right now is “tuxedo” cabinetry — or two-tone cabinets, usually a darker color on the bottom units with a lighter shade or white on top. Black and white is a classic combo, but gray and white or blue and white create a similar, but softer effect, as in this kitchen. “The two-tone color scheme complemented the stained original pine floors in this over-100-year-old home. And going lighter on the upper cabinets kept this smaller sized kitchen feeling light and open, without sacrificing storage,” says designer Carla Aston. You can get this of-the-minute look with one can of paint — if your cabinets are already white, just paint the lower ones.