Bright white shiplap paneling cleans up the walls in the kitchen and matches the base of the island. Over the island, pendants get a coat of customized light blue paint, softening their industrial edge.
To brighten and visually open up this kitchen, designers removed a dropped soffit ceiling and relocated a centralized pantry to a more tucked-away location in the back of the room. Pretty arched windows and a new range hood are the new and lovely focal points.
As seen on HGTV's House Hunters Renovation, homeowners Tyler Goeckner-Zoeller and his girlfriend Arielle Pugmire were both happy to find a house on a cul-de-sac with lots of outdoor space and more than one bathroom. Here, their beautiful kitchen features white and gray decor punctuated by turquoise leather barstools.
A trio of cobalt blue barstools offer a place for guests to sit while the cook preps the food. The kitchen island features three storage cabinets to hold pots, pans and anything else you may need to stow away.
Clean-lined metal barstools with no backs tuck neatly under the kitchen island and leave the sightline open, a plus in this open concept space. The kitchen's white walls and backsplash help visually connect the room to the rest of the home.
Striped barstools add visual interest to the island, as well as give the owners a spot to sip their coffee or help their kids with homework. Notice how the pale blue pattern brings out the kitchen's other blue accents.
The white walls and ceiling keep this kitchen bright and open, while exposed beams add texture and provide a break in the stark coloring. Blue barstools pop against the white island countertop and cabinets. Black perimeter countertops provide natural separation in the room.
In the kitchen, blue, velvet barstools underneath the kitchen peninsula add a splash of color to the otherwise neutral kitchen as well as provides the space with additional seating and another casual dining option.