Team Drew did an overhaul on this open kitchen on HGTV's Brother vs. Brother. The team added tile flooring that picks up the gray tones in the new stainless steel appliances and subway tile backsplash. White shaker-style cabinets and a built-in hutch add a bit of country style to the design.
White Shaker cabinets help to brighten and open up this narrow eat-in kitchen. Salvaged hardwood floors and original crown molding give the space a classic, traditional look, while glass globe pendant lights and stainless steel finishes add contemporary flare.
In the kitchen, designers used similar, gray shaker cabinets and white, quartz countertop to tie the design of the kitchen to the design of the newly remodeled master bathroom, creating continuity between the two spaces.
The kitchen takes a colorful, industrial turn, showcasing Naomi’s fondness for metallics. The island is topped with an oxidized, steel countertop. The material is a unique twist on the usual granite or marble found in most kitchens. The steel top will patina over time. Its rough-hewn texture is also a pleasing contrast to the stainless steel refrigerator and brass elements in the kitchen. Cabinets in a gray-blue tone contrast with the brass pendant overhead. Naomi discovered the pair of vintage white bar stools and painted the legs gold for a finishing metallic touch.
The all-white perimeter of the kitchen is contrasted with golden accents (drawer and cabinet pulls and other details) and the island's slate blue cabinets. The combination of colors is warm and welcoming.
This kitchen, featuring light bluish-gray painted cabinets, a large island, stainless steel appliances, and white marble countertops, has everything needed for the home or guest chef to create perfect family meals or large gatherings.
Rebecca Zajac designed a white kitchen with blue-and-white tile walls. Crate & Barrel stools line the new island and create a space to enjoy a casual meal or spend time with the host as they prep meals.
This buffet introduces a contemporary piece into the traditional style of the bedroom. The black frame compliments the mounted TV above while the silver metallic cabinet doors draw the eye and reflect natural light streaming in from the windows.
Skip the demolition phase and keep the base of your current kitchen island to save money. Georgia designer Beth Johnson created a much larger island by using the base of the homeowner’s original island to support a larger countertop. She painted it and added molding to look like wainscotting. She replaced the dated laminate with HanStone quartz, and installed legs to support the counter’s extended width and length.
Blue cabinets create a colorful look in this kitchen design. A dark turquoise countertop adds a touch of green to the room complimenting the blue, green and brown tones of the floor tile. A storage cubby below the stovetop is perfect for easily accessing pots and pans.