This eat-in kitchen features an oversized red island that houses the cooktop and extra cabinets. The rustic beamed ceiling, muted color palette and bold red accents are a nod to contemporary country design.
This eat-in kitchen not only has stools but also a full-sized counter-height dining table to provide plenty of seating. The island incorporates a gas cooktop lit by three chrome pendant light fixtures.
An innovative designer, Jasmine stepped outside the box and chose a beautiful dolomite stone countertop for her kitchen island. Since the stone is porous, she sealed it with a UV-cured acrylic for durability. She also extended the island by a couple of feet, adding a live edge piece of wood that waterfalls over one end. To save money, she kept the original kitchen countertops and cooktop, and repurposed, then painted the original cabinetry.
For a truly custom look, Jasmine replaced some of the upper cabinets with open shelving, installed a trendy square-tile backsplash and wrapped the range hood in wood, painting it to match the rest of the space.
This transitional kitchen boasts walnut and white cabinets and a large island with a built-in cooktop. Light island counters and the traditional white fireplace keep the space bright while the chocolate brown wall color and oak flooring bring warm tones to the space.
Cook gourmet meals in this fully renovated, 18th century kitchen with exposed wooden beams overhead, a vaulted ceiling and warm interior bricks. Olive green cabinets pair perfectly with the brown countertop on the kitchen island with a cooktop and separate counter sink. The oven is situated between more olive green cabinets.
To give this kitchen the farmhouse look its owners wanted, designers paneled the dishwasher and refrigerator to blend them in with the cabinetry. The sink got a concrete apron front and the cooktop a plaster hood. The island's "X" completes the mood.