This kitchen island was designed to resemble fine furniture to uplift the contemporary design and become a focal point of the room. Welco Construction also added crown molding to the upper cabinets to fully complete the desired look.
This contemporary kitchen from Welco Construction makes a warm and inviting statement, as it combines strong colors, coordinating cabinetry and luxurious choices in tile. The maple cabinetry, in particular, brings elegance to the space with the introduction of dark cabinetry in the center island and back wall. Lighting is simple yet strikes just the right note for the room.
This light and bright kitchen features ivory wooden cabinets paired with neutral Cambria countertops and a subway tile backsplash. A brown and tan mosaic tile backsplash decorates the oven area, while glass pendant lights hang above the kitchen island. Large brown floor tiles provide a finishing touch.
Modern, angular steel stairs by Word + Carr Design Group adds character to the arid Austin, Texas, landscape. The gravel walkway complements the rocky hillside where this home sits. The landscape design won the ASLA 2018 Award of Excellence in the Residential Design Category.
The sleek design of this contemporary concrete home by Word + Carr Design Group earned the ASLA 2018 Award of Excellence in the residential design category. Large windows reflect the open sky in Austin, Texas, while the garden of succulents and native grasses capture sunlight.
This rustic, steel gate provides the perfect entryway to a Texas home that won the ASLA 2018 Award of Excellence in the residential design category. This reclaimed wood fence by Word + Carr Design Group provides a barrier, but doesn’t overpower the delicate grasses.
A modern grilling space by Word + Carr Design Group, complemented by purple and green foliage, intersects beauty and function. The wood and steel bench holds a smoker while the wood retaining wall adds refinement to the native vegetation of Austin, Texas, earning this structure the ASLA 2018 Award of Excellence in residential design category.
Good color flow is a great way to bring peace to your home, especially if you have an open floor plan. Gradual and pleasing color transitions, as well as repetition of color, give a sense of order and calm the chaos.
A Cambria quartz countertop covers the large blue island in this white kitchen, providing plenty of space for casual dining and food preparation. Four pendant lights hang over the island for illumination.
Mixing up countertops in this transitional kitchen makes sense and strikes a cool counterbalance to the natural charm of the walnut cabinets. Quartz countertops and stainless steel appliances are a good match, too. Together, they strike the delicate balance between industrial and chic.
This transitional kitchen gets it right - Look at the soft functional tones of this space. The lighting is warm and effective over head. The classic but natural walnut cabinets have been showing up more and more in kitchens, it’s still hard to deny the power of a natural wood kitchen.
A soft and soothing living space with a cozy sectional manages to separate the open kitchen and living room in this home, without creating too much division. Complementary tans and gray-blues subtly tie together the two spaces.
Open concept kitchen - This large transitional open concept kitchen features an medium tone wood floors, undermount sink, natural walnut cabinets, quartzite countertops, glass tile backsplash and stainless steel appliances.