The full size kitchen on this houseboat is a fantastic amenity for any homeowner. The "U" shaped lower cabinets add plenty of counter space, while the abundance of cabinets add stylish storage and the stainless steel appliances and countertop give the space a finished, modern look without sacrificing functionality.
One of the easiest ways to give your cabinets a makeover is simply by switching out your hardware. “People say they add the jewelry when they add the hardware,” says designer Judith Wright Sentz of Judith Wright Design in Seattle, a 2016 National Kitchen + Bath Association Design Competition winner. “We took special care to add really pretty hardware.”
Bathed in marble, this elegant, Mid-Century modern masterpiece is both stylish and functional. With several feet of counter space on either side of the range as well as a large kitchen island, meal prep and serving in this kitchen is a breeze. Storage is not a problem in this kitchen, either. With unique storage solutions like baseboard cabinets and a devices charging wall, it is easy to stay organized and plugged in. To complete the design, this kitchen has fun, modern artwork and gold accents to create this sophisticated space.
Rustic Casual Farmhouse Kitchen with Wood Vent Hood
The vent hood is a prime spot for a flash of farmhouse cool. This vent hood design was based on the short scraps and random pieces of wood saved by the builder. “Don’t throw away the short pieces of wood. You can reimagine and reuse them in some way,” says Austin Lineberry of New River Building Co. in metro Atlanta.
Galley Kitchen With Glass, Stone and Dark Wenge Wood
This contemporary remodeled space squeezed a lot of design elements into a small galley kitchen. A mixture of glass, stone and dark wenge stained wood makes for an exciting backdrop framing the beautiful Chicago skyline.
Beaded detailing on the cabinet doors brings a traditional element to this bright and airy kitchen, while sleek, dark countertops and a whitewashed palette give it a dose of contemporary style. The designer extended the subway tile backsplash to the ceiling, another contemporary touch.
As seen on HGTV's Love It or List It, the new kitchen is located where the old, small living room previously was. The walls on the first floor have been removed, creating an open modern floor plan with views to both the living room and dining area. Updated kitchen cabinetry, new appliances, a decorative tile backsplash and the elongated central island make the new kitchen the center of life on the first floor. Finally, new window treatments, colorful pillows and updated recessed and pendant lighting give a modern and fun vibe throughout.
This unexpected kitchen design has an eclectic look with its combination of white and dark wood cabinetry. The white, glass-front upper cabinets brighten the room, while the dark wood of the of lower cabinets coordinates with the black countertop and light wood flooring — adding a sleek look.
Black and White Galley Kitchen With Glass Lantern Pendant
Designer Nathalie Tremblay maximized space in this 1960s bungalow galley kitchen with a 24-inch-deep refrigerator/freezer for better traffic flow, created a work "triangle" despite the corridor-like shape of the actual space, and chose a simple, black-and-white palette to keep visual clutter to a minimum.
In this galley kitchen, the colors from the bold wallpaper are repeated in the green wall paint and blue Ann Saks tile backsplash. The pattern's drama is balanced by sleek white Ikea cabinets, countertops and stainless steel hardware. Large copper pendants add warmth to the space and complement the room's jewel tones.
Traditional White and Blue Galley Kitchen with Tribal Artwork
This traditional white and blue galley kitchen features a stainless steel range and microwave, simple white cabinetry, sleek gray counters, and white subway tile. A unique tribal art piece adds visual interest to the space while stainless steel hardware helps anchor the white within the room.
Gray Kitchen With White Tile Backsplash and Orange Accents
Complete remodel of a dark and boring kitchen to a timeless kitchen with a pop of color! The homeowner was a graphic designer who's not afraid of color - but wanted a timeless kitchen. The subtle pop of orange in the window frames and glass cabinets was a way to give this kitchen a pop - without making it out of style.
Light-Filled Contemporary Kitchen Area With Modern Appliances
This contemporary kitchen area feels large thanks to the angled ceiling and abundant natural light from the windows. The stainless steel appliances and long countertops are a home chef's dream, and the blue cabinetry and hardwood floors are serene touches.