An array of cabinets offers plenty of storage in this white transitional kitchen, while an island provides extra elbowroom around the prep sink. The island's butcher-block countertop adds great prep space to this open concept kitchen/living room.
As seen on Home Town, Ben and Erin Napier have completely renovated the Saxton residence in Laurel, Mississippi. The existing kitchen had too many doors and a poor design. The renovated kitchen now features new cabinetry, a new custom island built by Ben Napier and a stone backsplash that has the look of beadboard.
Everything about this spacious kitchen epitomizes elegance, from the hand-cast cabinet hardware to the custom tile backsplash to the pendant light over the butcher-block-topped island. The soft yellow wall color allows bright white cabinetry to stand out in the space.
Gray walls give this open space a cozy feel. Barn-style pendant lights add a subtle rustic flair along with vintage-style Windsor chairs. A butcher block island provides extra counter space convenient storage for wine bottles.
Kitchen islands don't have to add major expense. Pick up a ready-made kitchen island from a big box store or retail Website, but first take proper measurements to ensure plenty of traffic flow around the cabinets. Ideally, you want to choose an island that allows for a minimum of 3 feet between the edges of the island and the front of the cabinets.
A natural wood butcher block acts as an island, adding extra counter and prep space to this cottage-inspired kitchen. Clean-lined white cabinets pair with black countertops and a subway tile backsplash for a welcoming, family-friendly space.
Rustic Beech butcher-block and a white farmhouse sink add to the simple but modern feel of the pioneer-style L-shaped kitchen. The glossy white cabinets and white glass tile backsplash add a modern feel amongst the rustic elements.
A butcher-block countertop that wraps around the wall and ceiling is a unique addition to this modern kitchen with a rustic twist. A pair of pendant lights hang above a small table that reflects the same look of the countertop.
Everyone always ends up gathering in the kitchen, right? So why not bring the living room in?! This open concept space does just that while still creating distinct and inviting spaces. The mixing of contrasting yet complementary materials -- a marble kitchen island top, woven chairs and butcher block table -- create nuance and depth in the fabulous family space.
This modern kitchen features a butcher block kitchen island, wood ceiling beams, dark cabinetry and a built-in refrigerator. The different neutral hues in the kitchen make the space feel warm and inviting.