This chef-grade kitchen echoes the rest of the home's ornate design with columns, a chandelier, carved woodwork. A triangular island keeps paths open and appliances (including four ovens!) easily accessible.
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.
As seen on America's Most Desperate Kitchens, this renovated kitchen space in Carmichael, California has been transformed into a state of the art space. The new design features an eat in kitchen with island seating for six, comfortable, leather chairs, updated, stainless steel appliances and a custom, easily accessible wine rack.
An open concept design and a pass through window make this traditional kitchen easily accessible to the rest of the home. Creams and pale yellows create a friendly, welcoming mood with the chandelier bringing in a touch of elegance.
Make your kitchen feel more open and airy by substituting traditional closed cabinets with narrow floating shelves. The openness of these shelves helps to create a feeling of added space while making everything more accessible. Design by John Gidding
The spacious kitchen blends white cabinets, ceiling and walls with beautiful dark hardwood floors, countertops and an elegant dining table for a look that comes off as both refreshing and grounded. The open plan design makes the water views accessible from the entire room.
Can’t reach the items you’ve stored in your upper kitchen cabinets? A pull-down shelf is the perfect solution; in this space, it makes coffee and tea supplies easily accessible. This kitchen’s cabinets were designed to be deeper than industry standards to maximize storage capacity and accommodate all of the deluxe pull-outs and cabinet organization products.
Gray and white hexagonal tiles fit together to create a full-wall backsplash in this retro inspired kitchen design. Floating shelves show off personal decor items as well as easily accessible dishes for everyday use. Dark yellow-brown bar chairs compliment the woodgrain finish of the lower cabinets and help ground the bright atmosphere.
The Longs chipped off the old brick façade of the 1970s fireplace and designed a layered mantel with echoes of midcentury modern master architect Carlo Scarpa. Once a darkly paneled and carpeted room, the den now blends into the kitchen. Art supplies live high up here — they’re easily accessible by all but little hands.
Because this laundry area sits between a master bedroom and an art studio, the design team at Crystal Kitchen Center wanted to make it accessible and functional for both purposes. The stained-glass window, backlit by a skylight, serves as an art piece and makes the room feel more expansive. The room is small, so a stackable washer and dryer help to conserve square footage. A staircase bump-out creates a spot for laundry baskets as well as a hanging rod, and a shelf over the sink acts as a handy supply station.
Rollins' highly aesthetic potager is conveniently located right outside her kitchen door for quick and easy access to her edibles. She grows a variety of heirloom vegetables and fruit and herbs, but is as focused on design here as in every other aspect of her Atlanta garden. "In a busy world, there is something therapeutic about digging in the dirt," says Rollins. And it's a democratic pursuit too. "People can't decorate on their own, but people can garden. It's so accessible."