Barstools Surround L-Shaped Island in Contemporary Kitchen
Dark wood barstools surround an L-shaped island in this neutral kitchen. The barstools contrast with the straight lines and light wood of the contemporary cabinetry, while globe pendant lights complement the glass-front cabinets.
Contemporary White Kitchen With Subway Tile Backsplash
This contemporary kitchen is bright and classic. The black fixtures and honed black granite counter surround give a wonderful contrast to the white cabinets and subway tile backsplash. The shiplap wrapped hood with the wood detail is the focal point. The eat in breakfast nook is large enough to seat 6-8 and has a ton of natural light.
Spacious Contemporary Kitchen With Dark Wood Cabinetry
The sleek, contemporary look of this eat-in kitchen is perfectly designed to capitalize on space and functionality. Upper and lower cabinets create ample storage to keep the long island countertop uncluttered and clean. A cozy nook brings a unique element to accent the space.
Spacious Contemporary Eat-In Kitchen with Bold Accents
This stunning and spacious contemporary eat-in kitchen features plenty of seating making it a great place to entertain or to relax with the family. Colorful accents create a fun one-of-a-kind space in this historic 1930's home.
With metallic pendant lights and three gold-trimmed barstools, this open kitchen feels both edgy and luxurious. A large island ensures the owners have plenty of room to prep dinner or entertain visitors.
The cozy breakfast nook in the 2009 HGTV Dream Home includes a whimsical pumpkin-colored pedestal dining table surrounded by rattan chairs. The space is bathed in natural light pouring in from the full-length windows.
Contemporary Eat-In Kitchen With Dark Wood Furniture
Dark wood cabinetry provides beautiful contrast against the light hardwood floors in this contemporary kitchen. The home's open design leaves room for a spacious kitchen with a dining area and plenty of room to maneuver. Tons of storage ensures a sleek and uncluttered space.
If existing cabinets are of good quality, in excellent working condition and the layout functions well, the most affordable option is to simply paint or re-stain them. Another alternative, refacing, involves installing a new veneer on the exterior of the cabinet box and replacing the doors and drawer fronts, and should be handled by a professional.