Two-toned upper cabinets present a custom, angled look in this modern kitchen by David Stimmel. Linear drawer pulls allow easy access to kitchen utensils when cooking on the stovetop. To add some color to the design, a pale yellow and light blue tile backsplash completes the design.
Contemporary, recessed-panel cabinetry in rich cherry wood brings warmth to this sleek urban kitchen. Gray tile floors tie in with a glass-tile backsplash that has a subtle sheen, adding a touch of glamour. A built-in breakfast bar takes advantage of the city view and allows this space to feel more open and inviting.
Walls were removed from this kitchen to make room for large windows. Newly opened space is now used as a secondary eating area with an angled peninsula. Taupe Shaker-style cabinetry is used throughout the space.
Gorgeous angled windows fill this bright and airy kitchen with lots of natural light. An upholstered wood barstool provides an eat-in spot at the countertop, and a nearby window seat offers additional seating for guests to sit back and relax. Bold orange pendant lights and beautiful striped hardwood floors add finishing touches to the design.
Think beyond traditional finishes when choosing a hardwood floor for your kitchen. Wide-plank engineered wood floors with a slightly grayish hue lend a casual, rustic feel to this kitchen. An angled wood feature wall with open shelving adds additional texture and visual interest.
Gorgeous angled windows produce a greenhouse feel in this bright and airy kitchen. A beautiful hardwood floor adds texture and contrast to the stunning space. White Shaker cabinets pair with gray granite countertops to complete the fresh design.
Everything about this kitchen is grand and should feel - well - absolutely overwhelming: Large island, big appliances, uber-high ceilings, even giant doors. And, yet, it doesn't. The warm, inviting wood tones and playful green cabinet doors make this kitchen feel completely approachable, while the rounded shape of the dining table is a welcoming site amid a sea of right angles. This kitchen truly feels like the heart of the home.
That's no optical illusion: This kitchen really is shaped like a wedge. Rather than fighting the odd shape, the design embraces it with an acutely angled island and banquette. The space is decorated with a funky '50s vibe that matches its quirky shape.
A long island doubles as an eating bar and ups the practical efficiency of the home's galley kitchen. In the main space, a gently curved ceiling draws the eye up and softens the precise angles of the cabinets and counters.
This modern kitchen uses a bright, bold color palette alongside eye-catching angles to make the space a functional work of art. A kitchen island with a walk-up bar centralizes the aesthetic, while opaque cabinet doors give the cabinetry a sleek update.