Minimalist Open Floor Plan Kitchen and Dining Room
The open floor plan of this minimalist home is calm and comfortable. Upholstered gray barstools pull up to the waterfall countertop bar for an extra dining spot, while a mid-century modern dining table pairs with Eames chairs in the dining room. A floating blue buffet adds a touch of color and maintains the airy quality of the space.
Chef's Kitchen: Lavish Mediterranean Masterpiece in Frisco, Texas
Rich brown cabinets with light brown panels pair with creamy walls and columns for a stunning look in the Mediterranean-style chef's kitchen. A beautiful range hood and the extravagant coffered ceiling coordinate with the cabinetry, giving the space a sense of cohesion.
“Our client had the fantastic idea to use rolling tool cabinets in her kitchen,” says architect Nick Pancheau. “We designed a simple kitchen island combining seating and storage in a single movable piece. We selected a lime-green finish to match the fritted glass lamp shades made by the client; a subtle dark-green soapstone countertop rests atop the cabinets.”
Farmhouse Dining Table with Wrought Iron Chairs in Rustic, Industrial Kitchen
With seating for eight, the large dining table in the middle of this newly remodeled kitchen gives the homeowners a great space to entertain, while the combination of a farmhouse table and wrought iron chairs adds visual interest to the space.
The homeowners wanted a light, airy kitchen space that blends into the outdoor entertainment space. To help achieve this goal, designers installed walls of windows to separate the indoor and outdoor spaces. This feature allows plenty of beautiful natural light into the space to reflect off of the neutral color palette, creating the feel the homeowners desired.
Wood Panels Covering the Refrigerator Keep the Design Sleek and Clean
To maintain the smooth, clean look of the kitchen, designers added wood panels in front of the refrigerator to conceal it while keeping it easily accessible. Its new position keeps it at arms length to the kitchen and the living room.
Over the course of three weeks, what was an outdated kitchen from the 1960s was transformed into a bright and happy heart of the home that honors the home's midcentury modern architecture with a fun, family-friendly vibe.
Since the living room and kitchen share a space, designers wanted to be sure that the designs in the spaces complemented each other, so they ran exposed beams throughout the space to give the spaces a tavern feel, while the neutral colors blend with the natural materials to create a cozy, lakeside cottage.
Neutral Contemporary Kitchen With Herringbone Floor
In this kitchen's makeover, the tiny space was opened up and modernized with chef-grade appliances and a spacious layout. What used to be a maid’s kitchen with a butler’s pantry and sunporch now houses tons of counter space and an island, a large refrigerator and a six-burner Wolf range.
Retro Black Range Hood Above Crisp White Kitchen Island
A stainless steel oven pairs with a retro black range hood in this vintage modern kitchen. White cabinets are topped with white countertops for a timeless look, while a lovely dining area behind the island allows the chef to prep, cook and entertain all in one spot.
This custom transitional kitchen features stunning thick-cut quartz countertops and contrasting dark cabinetry. The center island mimics the shape of a piano in the nearby living room. A backsplash is cut from the same quartz as the countertops for a seamless look.
White Kitchen Cabinets With Black Waterfall Countertop
Black waterfall countertops create striking contrast in this bright, transitional kitchen with white cabinets. Glass-front upper cabinets allow for easily accessible and organized storage, and hardwood flooring adds warmth to the design.
Creamy upper cabinets contrast against soft brown lower cabinets and island in this transitional kitchen. White-and-gray marble is used for the countertops and backsplash, evoking elegance and classic style.
Contemporary Kitchen With Bamboo Cabinets and Stainless Steel Countertops
On the back wall of this contemporary kitchen, frosted glass and steel cabinets offer visual relief from the texture of the bamboo. A nook for the microwave and a storage display for wine offer more countertop space for food prep. There's also a tambour door in the back corner, effectively hiding several small appliances which used to permanently reside out in the open on the countertop.