As seen on HGTV's America's Most Desperate Kitchens, Anthony and John created a custom-built, live edge tasting bar that perfectly complements the wild thistle wallpaper covering the bar. This gives these homeowners the perfect place to entertain.
The HGTV Dream Home 2015 kitchen island is covered with an attractive butcher block countertop, which according to interior designer Linda Woodrum, “adds incredible warmth” to the space. By using different countertops in the kitchen, the room exudes a more custom, live-in appeal.
Streamlined stainless steel appliances are built into a wall of white cabinetry, maximizing function and efficiency in this neutral contemporary kitchen. A unique custom island features a countertop of live-edge walnut, warming up the room and creating a cool conversation piece.
Cool blue-gray marble tile extends from the quartz countertop to the ceiling in this pretty, transitional kitchen. Metal cabinets surround the cooktop, creating a high-contrast focal point. The custom range hood is made from live-edge walnut.
Pull-out pantry doors are cleverly hidden behind white cabinets in this cheerful kitchen. Integrated appliances include a steam oven and warming drawer. At the center of the space, a custom island features a unique live-edge walnut top.
Custom cabinetry is constructed from hot-rolled steel panels, creating a cooking area that marries function and style in this neutral contemporary kitchen. On the backsplash, ceramic tile mimics the look of weathered wood. A unique custom island features a countertop of live-edge walnut, warming up the room and adding an organic element to the heart of the home.
Ceramic tile mimics the look of weathered wood, creating a backsplash that perfectly complements this modern kitchen’s rustic-industrial vibe. Hot-rolled steel panels form the cabinetry that surrounds the cooktop, and a custom hood is made from live-edge walnut, warming up the space.
Upon entering the houseboat, a bright lounge area welcomes guests. A custom L-shaped banquette provides an intimate seating area near the kitchen. Bold colors in the small table, seat cushions and counters bring life to the white wall color.
The unique kitchen island features a top made from live-edge walnut, bringing an organic element into this rustic, contemporary space. On the cooktop wall, cabinetry is constructed from hot-rolled steel panels, and rough-hewn walnut continues with the custom hood.
While compact, the impact of this kitchen is big. Keeping a neutral and white color scheme makes the space live larger than it actually is by creating a clean palette and lines. The paneled refrigerator allows the appliance to blend into the cabinetry and not distract from the design. Unique elements include the custom, architectural range hood and Carrera marble tile backsplash.