The kitchenette is a combination of high gloss white and gray cabinets, white countertop, chrome pulls and faucet, stainless steel fridge and walnut soffit for warmth. The recessed can lights have a dark bronze trim to disappear into the ceiling.
Traditional Small Kitchen with Island, Dining Table and Artwork
Adding a small tabletop atrium to your kitchen can give it an organic, earthy feel. In this kitchen, designers with homebuilder Lennar carry the vibe through the room with a textured tray on the console and earth-toned pastas in glass containers on the back counter.
The studio apartment contains a small kitchenette, pull-out sofa and bathroom/changing room. The dark cabinet colors create a calm, tranquil environment and work with the bluestone paving that extends into the poolhouse.
The vintage feel of this kitchen was preserved thanks in large part to the '50s style refrigerator, while Mediterranean tile lines the walls. Mercury-glass mirrors were added to the cabinet doors in order to brighten the tiny space.
Functional, Modern Kitchen From Sarah Sees Potential
As seen on season 1 of Sarah Sees Potential, Sarah transformed a dirty and cramped kitchen into a contemporary space fit for a chef. To achieve the look, she installed a gray subway tile backsplash, chic modern cabinets, vein cut floor tile and sleek stainless steel appliances. Sarah avoided the cost of relocating the home's heating system by blending the radiator in with the kitchen's white trim.
Consider using see-through furniture in tight spaces. This contemporary acrylic table makes a great coffee station and uses the available space well, freeing the kitchen counter of a coffee maker, toaster and fruit bowl. The clear table doesn’t add visual clutter, while the stools add a place for guests or kids to perch. This room was designed by Clay Snider Interiors for Dwell with Dignity, which creates inspiring homes for families struggling with homelessness and poverty.
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Kitchen: Dreamy Mountain Retreat in Queenstown, New Zealand
The kitchen invites the outdoors in with bi-fold windows and glass doors that open up to the stone patio. High end appliances make cooking effortless, and the design is kept simple with a neutral palette to allow the countryside views to be the main focus.
Stainless Range Complements Industrial-Country Kitchen
For this kitchen, designer Lindsay Chambers updated the look with an industrial-country vibe. She coordinated a stainless steel Viking range and hood with a chevron patterned backsplash and gray and white country cabinets for an unexpectedly wonderful style combination. Countrified with a twist.
This jewel box of a kitchen makes use of every inch, here hanging a storage cabinet above the sink. The opaque glass cabinet doors are practical as well, allowing you to see what's inside. The kitchen walls are the same tiles as the bathroom to create continuity in such a small area.
The designer of this kitchen constructed a pull-out work space under the countertop to make its small space more utilitarian. The design of the kitchen is simple, and its color scheme seems to expand the space visually, adding depth and dimension.
Transitional Kitchen With Industrial-Country Flair
Designer Lindsay Chambers sought to update a classic kitchen with an industrial-country approach. The chevron patterned backsplash adds drama and depth to the small space, while white and gray cabinets give the room a rural vibe. And who wouldn't love the wrought iron and repurposed wood barstools?
Mosaic Tile Backsplash in Transitional Basement Kitchen
An earthy yet glamorous tile backsplash brings a punch of style to this transitional kitchen. White cabinetry extends to the ceiling to maximize storage. The small kitchen makes maximum use of the basement in this contemporary home.