Neutral Country Kitchen With Distressed Green Cabinets
This cabin's new expanded kitchen features tons of countertop space, a centrally located island and modern appliances. The cabinet's weathered gray-green finish helps tie the room in with the rest of the home's rustic charm.
White and Green Country Kitchen With Red Barstools
One of the problems of this cabin's former kitchen was that it didn't have any views of the nearby lake. A long row of windows remedies that and brings natural light into the now bright and welcoming room.
Stunning Kitchen With Island Seating, Hardwood Floor
Crisp white cabinets wrap around this beautiful, neutral kitchen, with the refrigerator blending into the cabinetry. The chunky gray island serves as a place for prepping meals and eating. Hardwood flooring adds lovely warmth to the design.
Neutral is not boring in this kitchen design. A deep gray island adds beautiful contrast to the space as well as storage for kitchen necessities, and a neutral, geometric backsplash adds depth behind the high-end oven.
Gorgeous Eat-In Kitchen With White Cabinetry, Gray Island
This spacious and stunning kitchen in neutral features crisp white cabinets, a chunky gray island and hardwood flooring that adds warmth to the design. Built-in banquette seating and a pair of chic chairs at the edge of the island provide plenty of space to dine.
Dark wood paneling behind the refrigerator and ovens contrasts against the white used in the cabinetry and countertops. The double range hood was selected for its maximized function, as well as for its modern, sculptural look.
The kitchen forms the heart of the apartment, offering ample seating, a large countertop surface, bright lighting and an open format. The kitchen was completely reconfigured from the original layout: walls were knocked down, cabinets were relocated and new ones custom-made, and state-of-the-art appliances were installed. Everything was kept white and glossy to maximize natural and artificial light.
In a small kitchen like this one, every inch of countertop and storage space is essential. To make more of both, the peninsula was extended and the soffits removed. White cabinets, backsplash and counters brighten up the look.
In this kitchen's makeover, shortening the window over the sink freed up room to expand the peninsula countertop and add two floating shelves. The white palette keeps the space light and bright, even with the window a little smaller.