Midcentury Modern Kitchen with Custom Walnut Cabinets
The homeowners were not interested in a white kitchen, but instead wanted something with a little bit of color, so designers brought in custom walnut cabinetry to bring the space to life. Those cabinets were topped with Luche de Luna quartzite counters and a waterfall island in the same stone. Finally, the design was finished with royal blue velvet stools with gold legs that bring out the warmth in the quartzite and complement the Brutalist chandelier.
Modern Kitchen Blends Natural Tones and Textures With Sleek White Finishes
This kitchen highlights natural materials and colors in the beautiful wood floors and cabinetry and the subway tile backsplash in a variety of blue tones. White upper cabinetry, white barstools and clean white countertops break up the textures in the space to add a modern touch.
Open Kitchen and Dining Area With Rustic Table, Vault Ceiling
In a new home, designer Jodie Cooper took the concept of dramatic lighting to new heights, using a custom-made “bulkhead” suspended from the ceiling by chrome rods to light the kitchen and dining area. “The bulkhead also helps to visually define the kitchen area without losing the loft style feel,” she says. And, she notes, “having a modern kitchen does not need to translate to having modern décor. By blending pieces, such as retro dining chairs, Chinese antiques, rustic dining table combined with Turkish patchwork rugs, we created texture and layers, which add a kind of Bohemian style to the home to create what I call a “Global Eclectic” interior.”
Modern Rustic Kitchen With Chevron Striped Floor & Striking Yellow Accents
This gorgeous kitchen has major wow-appeal. A stunning graphic backsplash in colorful stripes draws the eye instantly across the space. And it is hard not to fall instantly in love with the cheery lemon yellow stove and the cool chevron stripes painted on the floor.
Gray and White Marble Backsplash in Updated Midcentury Modern Kitchen Design
The gray and white marble backsplash helps to ease the transition between the dark, rich, mahogany paneling and the stark, white-gloss cabinets. The addition of the marble also provides additional warmth and texture to the design.