Designer Jennifer Ryan removes the floor tile, making way for playful new flooring. The upper cabinets are replaced with open shelving and the laminate countertops replaced with IKEA butcher blocks. An overall infusion of color brings the room to life.
Bold Kitchen With Forest Green Cabinets and Gold Metal Accents
This contemporary kitchen features sleek forest green cabinets paired with gold accents, like the cone shaped pendant lights. Two teal leather stools with gold metal legs are positioned at the black marble kitchen island, while the gray floor tiles are arranged in a stylish herringbone pattern.
French Country Kitchen with White Cabinets and Chandeliers
This beautiful French Country kitchen is classically decorated with off-white cabinetry and an island that has the look of antique furniture. The large, built-in French door refrigerator, elegant double chandeliers, and the built-in wine rack above the microwave are showstoppers.
This country kitchen has delicate light sage walls, clean white cabinets, a granite countertop, stainless steel appliances, and a metallic glass tile backsplash. A white farmhouse sink completes the look.
Creating welcoming warmth within the flowing spaces of open-layout floorplans is important—and sometimes difficult to achieve. Designer Brett Mickan turned to color to do the trick in this Sydney, Australia kitchen. “The deep green hue makes the walls recede so the pieces within the room stand out. And, because the room looks out through a series of large glass doors towards the garden, I used a deep green tone with a grey base to create a color connection to the garden and focus the view out the windows,” he says.
Traditional Cottage-Style Kitchen with Updated Appliances
The family wanted a space that blended vintage charm with the conveniences of modern appliances, so they chose traditional elements, such as the gold accents and wood trim, and added modern-day touches, like the stainless steel oven and a farmhouse sink. The end result is an overall cottage-style feel.
A sparkling gray mosaic tile backsplash adds a touch of glamour to the white cabinetry and small wood island. The white kitchen island has a butcher block countertop that complements the small wood stools for added country charm.
Loft Kitchen With Brown Tile Floor and High Ceiling
Tall ceilings expand this loft kitchen, creating a stunning modern space. Yellow and green walls add a pop of color to the earth tones in the flooring and cabinetry. Modern lighting dangles from the ceiling for added ambiance.
Green Cabinets and Rustic Elements in Open Plan Kitchen
As seen it on Love It or List It, this beautiful rustic kitchen now has a functional appeal for the family. With plenty of natural light coming in fro the stairs and the windows in the back of the house, the space has a light feeling. The natural wood elements in this kitchen, such as the kitchen island, the exposed beams and the kitchen table, help to bring the rustic style to live, while the muted green kitchen cabinets adds much needed storage space.
Spacious Eat-In Kitchen With Coffered Ceiling and Bold Floor Tiles
This eat-in kitchen features neutral cabinets paired with gray marble countertops and a green kitchen island. Brown mosaic tiles create a backsplash, while wooden ceiling fans hang from a coffered ceiling. A breakfast nook allows room for casual dining.
The bold contrast of the dark cabinets with white quartz countertops, white subway tile and spring-green wall paint makes for a cleaner and crisper look in the newly remodeled kitchen, as seen on HGTV's Renovation Raiders.
Gorgeous pink and orange flower arrangements in silver vases decorate this kitchen table. A set of crystal stemware with a purple-blue etched floral design is woven throughout the setup, while natural light illuminates the space.
Green and White Kitchen With Oak Plank Tile Backsplash
In a workspace that takes as much abuse as a family kitchen, it’s essential to choose materials that can stand up to daily use. Travis Arnett of Arnett Construction chose a rustic oak plank for the backsplash of the space, but with a twist: “I used Mohawk’s rustic oak plank tiles instead of actual wood,” he says.