Transitional Kitchen Remodel by HGTV Star Contestants Abby Vasek, Anne Rue, and Brooks Atwood
This transitional kitchen remodel from HGTV Star Season 8 for homeowners Jair and Tiffany Paz features a built-in breakfast bar with a custom bar top and stool seating. Designers Abby Vasek, Anne Rue, and Brooks Atwood used plenty of warm neutrals, a window garden, and new glass-front cabinets to soften this kitchen space.
This Mediterranean eat-in kitchen features charming exposed beams on the ceiling, a deep farmhouse sink and glass-front cabinetry. Matching tile echoing the hue of the granite countertops graces the range hood, backsplash and floor for a light contrast against the dark wood cabinets.
Counter Space and Storage in Stylishly Remodeled Kitchen
On either side of the gas stove, counter space makes chopping veggies and stashing ingredients much more convenient, while upper cabinets add storage space and provide easy access to mixing bowls and baking dishes.
Kitchen With Skylights, Hardwood Floor and Black Cabinets
This transitional kitchen has two skylights for added natural light. It features an oversize island and black IKEA cabinets stretching from the rustic hardware floor up to the ceiling. Two globe pendant lights provide illumination for the space.
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.
Neutral Transitional Eat-In Kitchen With Island and Barstools
Palecek barstools upholstered with Lee Joffa fabric line the custom walnut island in this remodeled transitional kitchen. The metallic pendant lights hanging overhead bring unique charm and add color to the neutral space.
Blue Velvet Barstools Add Color and Seating to Gray Kitchen
In the kitchen, blue, velvet barstools underneath the kitchen peninsula add a splash of color to the otherwise neutral kitchen as well as provides the space with additional seating and another casual dining option.
Gray Concrete Countertops in Contemporary Eat-In Kitchen
A polished gray concrete countertop adds shine to this contemporary eat-in kitchen, while a white subway-tile backsplash brightens the far wall. A lime-green serving tray adds a pop of color to the otherwise neutral space.
This spacious eat-in kitchen has an industrial look thanks to a vintage cast-iron table base, Restoration Hardware chairs and a luxe bronze paint on the cabinets. Gaston y Daniela fabric dresses up the kitchen chairs in a bold red, while a French flea market light illuminates the space.
When it comes to kitchen remodels, Kitchen Cousins John and Anthony have been known to blow out a few walls. For this project they took out the ceiling as well. They added a more substantial ridge beam and took the space to new heights with high vaulted ceilings. Mid-century-inspired furnishings combine with industrial touches to create a fun and funky vibe that's ideally suited to the homeowners -- two self-proclaimed nostalgia and antique-shop junkies.