The white cabinets and island keep this kitchen feeling spacious, while thoughtfully positioned appliances lend to an easy work triangle when cooking and entertaining. The black barstools are a crisp punctuation to the chic design.
A small outdoor kitchen is still plenty big enough for entertaining friends and family. Six black stools line the bar, while a pretty wooden bench nearby can provide extra seating when needed. Beautiful landscaping improves the view and surrounds the area with a lovely floral scent.
With crisp white walls and cabinetry and a pale blue tile backsplash, it's like a breath of fresh air swept through the kitchen making it a pretty, welcoming place. A slab of white marble overhangs the island creating a handy spot to grab a snack or hang out with the chef.
A bank of upper cabinets used to sit above this kitchen's peninsula, closing off the room from the adjacent living and dining area. Removing them gives the kitchen a whole new open feel, much better for entertaining.
In addition to stainless appliances, plenty of cabinets and a breakfast nook, the kitchen comes with an eat-in island. Four barstools provide comfortable seating and complement the black-and-pink color scheme.
When set against white walls, cabinets and a matching subway tile backsplash, the blue island and black barstools in this kitchen look even more dramatic. Two matte-black caged pendant lights complement the stools and so help tie the space together.
A large kitchen island with a white countertop provides ample work space as well as an eat-in area with black leather barstools. Stainless steel appliances are framed by woodgrain cabinetry matching the hardwood floor. A lowered ceiling panel with recessed lighting helps define the room in the open floor plan.
A small breakfast area with black barstools creates a convenient eating spot. The black barstools add contrast to the light blue space and complements a busy backsplash. The black, white and gray mosaic tile backsplash pops against the smooth blue cabinets and white countertops.