With upgraded luxury appliances, extensive counter space and seating for four at the island, this gourmet kitchen offers a peaceful, modern and luminous setting to spend that quality time with loved ones.
That steel gray subway tile extends from the sink to the stove, and so helps the kitchen to feel as cohesive as possible. The gray hue also complements the stainless appliances, and so further ties the space together.
Seidi Saida has had her kitchen rescued by Kitchen Cousins Anthony Carrino and John Colaneri after it was gutted and abandon by her first contractor. Now she has a moroccan back splash, stone counter top and eating area, tons of cabinet storage, a prep area and wonderful accent shelves as well as new stainless steel appliances.
Mixing up countertops in this transitional kitchen makes sense and strikes a cool counterbalance to the natural charm of the walnut cabinets. Quartz countertops and stainless steel appliances are a good match, too. Together, they strike the delicate balance between industrial and chic.
This Mediterranean kitchen features plenty of built-in modern conveniences. A six-foot-long tile backsplash along the wall slides open to reveal hidden appliances, including a can opener, toaster and coffeemaker. A built-in granite-topped desk acts as a working space with a built-in wine rack below. Plus, a third armoire doubles as storage for fine china and dishware.
The Kitchen Cousins liked the look and color of the old kitchen cabintes in the Mai home. But the kitchen needed to pop and come alive. The Kitchen Cousins added sky blue retro looking appliances by The Big Chill to give the kitchen the edge and look that it needed. They also got rid of the old tile on the walls, and the old wallpaper on the ceiling. The kitchen is now brighter and more colorful than the original and has a hip new look.
The laundry room sets a lovely example of a fresh, clean, well-organized space. White subway tiles on the walls are contrasted with the cabinetry's midnight blue. A row of baskets does away with visual clutter.
A pre-existing curved wall served as a springboard for the design of this ornate custom kitchen. Step back in time with spherical cabinets, armoires that hide two refrigerators and two curvaceous islands prepped for cooking. Carved lions, leaves and grapes on maple and cherry wood surfaces took nearly eight months to complete, and the details give the kitchen a traditional, lived-in flair, while still being functional. The final look is reminiscent of 19th-century craftsmanship.
One push and the pantry opens. And that's not all -- the kitchen also includes an ice-maker, freezer and fridge that are all tucked out of sight, so the owners can enjoy their functionality without the visual clutter.
To create different spaces for entertaining, the landscape architects installed a counter that separates the sitting area from the outdoor kitchen. Here, the owners can use a stainless grill with outlets nearby for other essentials.
A large, built-in cabinet hides the refrigerator in this classic kitchen. A molded vent hood with a traditional architrave turns the cooking area into a focal point. Two islands provide space for preparing food and dining.