This kitchen feels fresh and open with a wide path around a centralized white island. Four brown barstools are a nice change against the many white surfaces; just-right amounts of contrast can make a room visually compelling.
Brown leather barstools feel right at home in this contemporary kitchen, bringing out the rich blue of the island. When they're not sharing a meal together, the owners and their kids can also use this space to go over homework.
Hardwood floors and honey-toned oak cabinets provide a traditional foundation in this open-plan kitchen. A large island boasts eat-in seating, while a combination of pendant and recessed lighting illuminates the large space.
With a large island, barstools and a breakfast nook, this kitchen was created with casual dining in mind. Soft green walls and creamy cabinets create a soothing atmosphere, and hardwood floors add a dose of warmth.
The warm tones and finishes in this craftsman style kitchen create a welcoming design. A wood door refrigerator and freezer blend beautifully into the cabinetry. A long island is perfect for in-kitchen eating on the leather barstools with nailhead trim finish. Light, neutral marble floor tile and light walls keep the room bright.
This fun kitchen offers a rustic, yet fresh, take on a mountain cabin with all modern conveniences. Reclaimed pine cabinetry is matched up with chicken wire cabinet inserts and vintage telephone operator stools were repurposed to make charming barstools.
White cabinets and an island leap out from the dark wood paneling framing in this open plan kitchen. Long skinny pendant lights and vertical grooves in the island help draw the eye upward, visually adding height to the space.
Large, open doorways and light, creamy walls make this small kitchen feel spacious and comfortable. White shelves and soft gray cabinets keep with the light color palette. Brown wicker barstools pull up to the island countertop for a casual dining area.