This chef's kitchen has everything the owners could possibly need: floor-to-ceiling cabinets, a stainless range, an island for meal prep and a peninsula with four acrylic barstools for guests. For the sake of cohesion, the designers used a marble peninsula topper to match the marble backsplash.
This modern kitchen mixes all-white cabinetry with chic polished brass hardware for a spare, clean look. A trio of brass pendants hangs above the island, which features a waterfall quartz top. Acrylic barstools are sleek and modern.
The top-floor kitchen of this condo features an island lined with acrylic barstools and crisp white cabinets and countertops that create a cool, clean modern aesthetic. A bold blue accent wall frames a window offering a prime view of the Manhattan skyline.
Brass hardware gives this white, streamlined kitchen a dose of warmth and classic style. The island features a top with a modern waterfall edge, and acrylic barstools all but disappear in the space. A nook off the kitchen serves as a compact home office.
Modern, clean lines help this tiny kitchen appear larger. The streamlined upper cabinets lack hardware, and the color palette is simply white and wood. Even the clear acrylic kitchen stools help make the space appear open.
Textured stainless steel mosaic tile on the bar and backsplash creates a dynamic contrast within this contemporary European kitchen and emphasizes the sleek finishes in the space. Acrylic barstools add to the urban sophistication of the room, and one-of-a-kind hand-blown glass pendants add pops of color.
This oversized kitchen island provides plenty of seating at the eat-in counter and additional seating at the table-height extension. Acrylic dining chairs and barstools don't weigh down the space, while sleek cabinetry provides a modern backdrop for the open kitchen.
Rustic wood beams bring in Old World charm from the exterior style of this Arizona home. The kitchen cabinets have a rich acrylic finish and are topped with solid taupe countertops. Comfortable barstools surround the end up for island for an eat-in space.
The island countertop in this transitional kitchen features local Alabama white marble, cut to mimic the shape used in the stair railing, eyebrow gables and dining room chairs. The island itself features a rich, dark finish that contrasts nicely with the cool gray cabinetry on the room's perimeter. A mix of traditional and modern elements adds interest to the space, from the leaded glass cabinet doors and apron sink to the industrial-inspired pendants and acrylic-and-metal barstools.