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Transitional Kitchen With Base Cabinet Drawer Storage
A long counter of drawers with no upper cabinets allows the owners of this transitional kitchen to prep and cook with a clear view into the living and dining area. Bright yellow barstools add a sunny touch to the gray color scheme. Design by Albertsson Hansen Architecture, Ltd.
Kitchen and Table: Grand Manor in Greenwich, Conn.
Christopher Peacock designed this spectacular kitchen with a breakfast area, wood-paneled ceiling, two kitchen islands and elegant Moroccan-style silver pendant lights. French double doors lead out onto a terrace.
Bright Kitchen Dining Nook With Built-In Banquette
Dining space is maximized with this charming dining nook just off the kitchen. Built-in banquette seating accommodates more people in a smaller space. Darker gray and blue hues look beautiful against the bright white background. A large chandelier adds elegance without distracting from the calm, stylish design.
Creamy upper cabinets contrast against soft brown lower cabinets and island in this transitional kitchen. White-and-gray marble is used for the countertops and backsplash, evoking elegance and classic style.
This breakfast room is cozy and fresh thanks to vibrant bistro style chairs, built-in seating, and a modern table. An eclectic mix of patterned blue and white pillows add some coziness and charm to the built-in banquette, upholstered in durable navy Sunbrella fabric for easy clean-up.
Eat-In Kitchen With Cozy Breakfast Nook and Bench Seating
This kitchen remodel features a breakfast nook with a custom reclaimed wood dining table. Two stools attach to one side of the table, while an upholstered blue wood bench seat is built-in to the corner. A metal geometric chandelier hangs above, while throw pillows decorate the bench.
Transitional Coastal Kitchen With Bold Blue Island
This kitchen was designed for the easy navigation of a large number of guests. The island offers generous seating areas and plenty of counter space. The open floor plan reflects the Gulf Coast color palette and creates a cheerful coastal atmosphere for guests to enjoy.
A bench with multiple pillow and two dining chairs provide cozy seating around a table that resembles a tree. The tabletop is made from a large log slice, adding rustic charm to the space. A metal orb-shaped chandelier illuminates this interesting table while natural light streams in from the surrounding windows to keep the space feeling bright.
From the globe pendant lights to the stainless steel range hood and refrigerator, metallic details can be found throughout this white transitional kitchen. Even the textured backsplash has a glint to it thanks to under-cabinet lighting.
Kitchen With Black Cabinetry and Copper Range Hood
Function meets style in this colonial-inspired kitchen. The range is inset into the island for easy access to the sink and refrigerator. On the other side of the island, a family-friendly dining area with three black barstools is the perfect spot for casual meals.