Outdoor Dining Area With Complete Kitchen and Telescoping Wall
This outdoor dining area is stacked with amenities, including a large grill, refrigerator and food-warming drawers for ease in entertaining large groups. A separate area includes a sink and storage and can be closed off to the elements thanks to a telescoping glass wall.
The original layout of this Florida apartment separated the dining and kitchen areas, making the home feel dark and cramped. By removing some of the walls, the ocean views can now be enjoyed from the dining table, the barstools in the kitchen and the large living room.
A diverse mix of materials gives this kitchen its style. The focal point is the island with a glass tile accent wall and floating wood bar top. Honed black countertops pair nicely with the stainless steel appliances and dark-finished cabinetry.
A lovely green island with a stunning wood countertop is the focal point of this gorgeous traditional kitchen. Beautiful cream cabinets fill the remainder of the kitchen with a neutral subway tile as the backsplash and rich hardwood for the flooring. Above the island, a wrought iron chandelier illuminates the space.
Spacious Traditional Kitchen Features Black Granite Countertops
Casually enjoy a meal or spend time with the host as they prep food in this spacious, traditional kitchen. Cream cabinets discretely stow away kitchen necessities, and two glass-front cabinets put the pretty dishware on display. A small green island in the center provides extra prep space and adds a lovely color accent to the design.
Two islands provide ample counter and storage space in this open kitchen. A trio of pendant lights helps illuminate the light hardwood flooring and white stone countertops. A textured backsplash adds a beautiful contrast to the smooth finishes in the design. Stainless steel appliances complete the sleek look.
This give the kitchen in this home a little more functionality, David and Kortney added a small breakfast bar between the kitchen and dining room. This gives potential buyers the option of eating in a smaller, more intimate space or at their formal dining table.
That's no optical illusion: This kitchen really is shaped like a wedge. Rather than fighting the odd shape, the design embraces it with an acutely angled island and banquette. The space is decorated with a funky '50s vibe that matches its quirky shape.
Transitional Kitchen Uses Soft Neutral Color Palette
This transitional townhouse in Cherry Creek, Colo. uses soft browns and creams to create an elegant, flowing design. A window seat is paired with traditional tables and pendant lights for a casual eating spot, while the kitchen island provides another dining area. Cream upper cabinets contrast against the mocha cabinets, while a brass chandelier adds a touch of glam.
Refrigerator Concealed in Custom Armoire Casing Painted Muted Blue
A focal point in this kitchen featured on America's Most Desperate Kitchens, and a key part to its French Country design is the concealed refrigerator. The custom armoire casing is painted in a muted blue with curved, ceiling height molding that softens the look of the kitchen.