White Coastal Kitchen Features Aqua Tile Backsplash
Aqua-colored tiles pop against crisp white cabinets in this gorgeous coastal kitchen. Barstools line the beadboard-backed peninsula, providing a spot for impromptu dining. Fresh fruit and flowers add lively splashes of color to the space.
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.
Blue Coastal Eat-In Kitchen With Cone Pendant Lights
Caribbean blues and greens brighten up this cheery kitchen with its dark wood island and informal dining area. Glass vases and a glass tile backsplash behind the stove reflect the sun and add dimension to the space.
Bright, Airy Coastal Kitchen With All-White Palette
French doors and an all-white color palette create a bright, airy feel fitting for this coastal kitchen. Three barstools line one side of the spacious island, offering a casual spot for impromptu dining.
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.
Designed to optimize the functionality of the space, this white coastal kitchen is grouped into various distinct work zones. The clean-up zone features an elevated dishwasher in the main island, allowing ease of loading and unloading. A twin bin waste pull-out is conveniently located to the right side of the sink. A second island with a small entertaining sink and under-counter refrigerator provides a perfect space for an intimate family gathering.
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.
Custom Shelves Designed to Display Transferware Dishes
The family had a great collection of blue and white Transferware that that they wanted to incorporate into the design of their new kitchen, so display shelves were added to display these beautiful dishes.
The large center island features cubbies for open storage, cabinetry for hidden storage and turned legs that give it the look of a piece of furniture. The black contrasts against the white cabinets throughout the rest of the kitchen, but the same neutral countertops are used to create a cohesive look.
Designer Danielle Colding bought this table with an espresso finish, then sanded it down, added a coat of white paint and quickly removed it. This created a whitewashed effect that evokes the look of driftwood.
Eat-In Coastal Kitchen With White Cabinets and Blue Island
This tranquil blue kitchen features multiple hidden elements that increase functionality. The large blue island boasts solid white quartz countertops, complementing the white cabinetry throughout the kitchen. The island also conceals a dishwasher and wastebasket. Large chrome pendant lights provide bright light, which can be controlled by two built-in smart tablets just around the corner of the kitchen.
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.
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.
Coastal Kitchen and Breakfast Nook is Family Friendly
The open plan kitchen is welcoming and the perfect heart of the home. Neutral stone tile grounds the space, while bright white cabinets and Caluctta marble countertops create a fresh, inviting atmosphere. Glass globe pendants light up the large kitchen island, which has barstools for extra seating. The breakfast nook features banquette seating, rustic table and chairs and lots of natural light from the windows.
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.
A gray-and-white striped rug defines the dining space in this small eat-in kitchen. The table originally had an espresso finish, but once it was sanded down, a coat of white paint was added and then quickly removed to give it a whitewashed effect that evokes the look of driftwood.