Carter Design opened up a wall and created a counter to eat at and enjoy the view to exclude the need for a table, as space was limited.
The bleached walnut was a material used on all the cabinetry throughout the condo to bring in an organic wood element that did not overtake the art. Jason Koharik's custom light and the vintage Bertoia chairs add just the right pop.
Vintage-style barstools with woven seats juxtapose against the blue kitchen island clad in soft black countertops. Oversized pendant lights nods at contemporary style, while the golden interior adds warm light to the space.
A wood paneled ceiling, white farmhouse sink and an island with traditional table legs give this kitchen a casual, cottage vibe. Leather barstools and iron pendants are more rough around the edges, but coordinate effortlessly with the dark hardwood floors.
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.
For this warm, Moroccan inspired kitchen, all of the cabinets were custom made and lacquered white. To add visual interest to the design, custom panels of hand scraped White Oak laid out in a chevron pattern cover the refrigerator and freezer. Finally, un-lacquered brass appliance pulls, drawer pulls and cabinet hardware to finish the design.
An eclectic mix of styles adds character to this white kitchen. Wooden dining chairs and bamboo Roman shades bring warmth and natural, textural element. Wire bar chairs introduce some midcentury modern flair.
Contemporary Eat-In Kitchen With Frosted Glass Cabinets
This contemporary kitchen features a row of pendant lights, adding to the natural light streaming in from the large windows. White leather chairs pop against a sleek black dining table. Neutral granite countertops tie in tones used in the cabinetry and backsplash.
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.
An unusual light fixture brings stylish personality to this eat-in kitchen where a bright yellow banquette and barstools fill the room with energy. For extra storage, there are drawers under the bench, so clever!
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.
Simplicity reigns in this farmhouse-inspired kitchen. An industrial-style pendant light hangs above country-style dining table and chairs, while white cabinets and open shelves keep the space light, bright with an open feeling.
This Erinn Valencich designed this contemporary white kitchen that features a center eat-in island, white countertops, flooring and pendant lighting. Frosted doors with rich wood framing add contrast to the space while stainless steel appliances, metallic elements and a shiny mosaic backsplash incorporate more modern touches. The contemporary metal barstools lend a sophisticated design element to the island area.
Traditional White and Blue Chef's Kitchen From Sarah Sees Potential
As seen on season one of Sarah Sees Potential, designer Sarah Richardson transformed a century-old home's cramped, dated kitchen into a beautiful cooking and entertaining space with tons of modern amenities. Maintaining the home's antique charm, Sarah chose white subway tile, brass and blue accents and oil finished hardwood floors to accent a breathtaking Calacatta marble kitchen island with attached dining table.
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.
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.