A corner of this modern kitchen features an area of cabinetry that's perfect for a coffee bar. Ceiling-height cabinets are clean-lined and modern, with a warm wood finish that creates a striking balance against the cool grays of the walls and backsplash. The island sports a modern waterfall edge, while barstools feature a bold teal hue that's repeated throughout the open concept space.
A light, bright kitchen makes the most of the basement space in this transitional home. The room features neutral walls, clean lines and white cabinetry. Wide windows take advantage of the views and bring in natural light. Quartz countertops, modern barstools and a glass tile backsplash give the room contemporary flair, and cabinetry extends to the ceiling to maximize storage.
Although this neutral-hued kitchen is transitional in its approach, it also suggests an industrial-style edginess in its furnishings and architecture. The sharp lines of the graduated tray ceiling and the rustic center island and barstools introduce these aesthetics while complementing the more traditional elements in the cabinetry and flooring for a successful marriage of otherwise clashing forms. Design my AB Design Elements.
This open-plan kitchen and dining space features dark wooden tones and white walls to create a minimalist, modern design. An artful pendant light hangs above the wooden dining table with rounded leather dining chairs, and the marble-topped kitchen island is circled with purple-cushioned barstools. The kitchen showcases a minimalist design with no wall cabinets, but instead features bronze-finished lower cabinets with white countertops.
The neutral, modern kitchen in this open concept home is as functional as it is stylish. Stainless steel appliances make food prep and storage easy, while the honey wood cabinets provide stylish storage for the space. An "L" shaped kitchen island adds functional counter space, while leaving room for several barstools on one side and a small breakfast table on the other, giving the space two casual dining options.
The open plan kitchen is welcoming and the perfect heart of the home. Neutral stone tile grounds the space, while bright white cabinets and Caluctta marble countertops create a fresh, inviting atmosphere. Glass globe pendants light up the large kitchen island, which has barstools for extra seating. The breakfast nook features banquette seating, rustic table and chairs and lots of natural light from the windows.
A vaulted ceiling, clean white walls and a front door with large glass panels help make this small kitchen and living area feel bright and open. White Shaker cabinetry conceals a small refrigerator, full-sized dishwasher, microwave and toaster oven. A farmhouse sink and barn-style pendant lights speak to a modern farmhouse aesthetic — as does the open shelving with beadboard backing. Saddle-style barstools provide additional seating.
The design team removed a wall to open up this California kitchen, revealing a ceiling-height window that ushers in loads of natural light. A modern island was added in the renovation and features a waterfall edge and shiplap detail. Four natural wood barstools allow for ample seating and tie in with the white oak cabinetry. Soaring ceilings support rustic-modern pendant lights that add to the room's organic vibe.
Upholstered barstools sit on one end of the long, irregularly shaped island for casual dining in the kitchen. The core of the kitchen is a highly functional "U" with easy access from the kitchen sink to the commercial-quality range and a pair of wall ovens. Exposed wood beams bring a rustic quality to the space, while dark brown cabinets lend to the classic feel.
To maintain the beachy feel throughout the home, designers used muted blues and greens that can be found in the nature surrounding the home. In the kitchen, these colors were added to the backsplash and the barstools so as to add color without overwhelming the space. White cabinetry and a custom, curved peninsula keeps the space feeling light and open, while natural light contributes to the warm, bright feel.
Surrounded by windows, this shining white kitchen is practically glowing. Glass front cabinets and open shelves keep the space airy and not weighed down. Wood floors, gray countertops and barstools and an exposed beam and range hood accent all provide relief from the brilliant white. A small glass table with white chairs provides seating, along with an L-shaped island. Taken all together, the design is gorgeous and works together beautifully.
As seen on HGTV's House Hunters Renovation, the newly-remodeled kitchen in Karen Mizrahi and Diana Lovati's Tarzana, California, home is a mixture of rustic and sleek elements, creating a very functional space with modern appliances for a fresh vibe. All of the wood is reclaimed and the varied tones and textures are set off beautifully against neutral grey cabinets, barstools and floor tiles.
The main part of this modern kitchen is elegant and functional. Plenty of cabinet space provides storage for the homeowners, while a large kitchen island provides extra counter space, as well as extra seating. To give the otherwise neutral space a pop of color, a red accent wall was added to make the space warm and inviting. State of the art, stainless steel appliances, pendant lighting and clear barstools give the space a modern flair.
With a calming blue, gray and white color palette, it's hard not to find the perfect spot to relax in this contemporary coastal living room. A large cushioned sofa with throw pillows shares a woven rug and tree root coffee table with two armchairs, just steps away from the custom gray home bar with leather barstools. The room is provided with natural light from an oversized window and warm lighting from the overhead modern brass chandelier.
Part of the family room, this bar had to be both fully functional but also still tie in aesthetically with the rest of the space. Recyled glass/concrete countertops and an antique glass backsplash adds loads of visual interest as well as durability. The bar top matches the rooms fireplace ledge, connecting the spaces beautifully. Lucite barstool backs keep it light and allows the eye to move easily throughout the space.
One of the most useful and creative designs of this open plan kitchen is the center island that syncs, back-to-back, new custom cabinetry with an antique wheeled cart. This allows the cook more elbow room on which to work and guests to relax at barstools while watching all the action taking place. The design also incorporates an industrial feel to this transitional-styled kitchen for an eclectic touch.
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.
The vision for the space was to create a livable, functional space for the homeowners. Their love for modern design paired perfectly with the quaint cottage architecture and geography of the home. By removing the one wall in the space that used to define the kitchen, the designers were able to open the floor plan up and include a breakfast bar lined with teal barstools.