The kitchen is reconfigured to showcase a central island with waterfall edges and light open shelving. Custom walnut cabinetry with brass and matte black accents keep it feeling both warm and masculine.
Traditional luxury meets New England charm in the green and white bespoke chef's kitchen. Wraparound cabinets provide for every storage need and a central island is a gathering spot for hosts and guests alike.
This gourmet kitchen draws rich luxury from wood paneling, floors and cabinetry, all in the same warm brown. Wide passageways surround the central island, making it easy for chefs to move from station to station.
Looking into the kitchen, it's easy to see the design's careful balance with a copper range hood flanked by two symmetrical windows at one end, a central island and rows of reclaimed beams and lighting.
Lots of natural light flows in from a large bay window to illuminate the contemporary glass dining table with wood chairs. The small dining area flows seamlessly into the kitchen with white cabinetry and a large central island.
A few Mediterranean touches—the chandelier and pendant lights—take this white kitchen in a unique direction. Its square shape is maximized for efficiency with a central island and built-in storage units like the wine rack above the refrigerator.
The interesting design of this chef-quality kitchen features a central island and a large, open doorway that connects to the living room. At the far end of the room, the wall bows out to make a cozy breakfast area.
The kitchen is light, bright and chef-grade efficient with white cabinets, a huge skylight and top-of-the-line appliances. Wide paths all around the central island mean there's plenty of space for everyone to help with the cooking.
The clever design of this kitchen makes use of every inch of space, yet doesn't feel overstuffed or busy. Appliances and countertops wrap around a central island and a banquette encloses one end of the room. The outer wall disappears to connect the kitchen with a patio.
This Mediterranean-style mansion in Miami features an opulent kitchen with tile floors, rich wood cabinetry and a large central island. Known as Palazzo di Mare, the home was rented by socialite sisters Kourtney and Kim Kardashian while they filmed their E! reality series, Kourtney and Kim Take Miami.
In this light-filled blue-and-white kitchen, a mix of materials helps break up the large expanse of the central island and define its multiple functions. For the prep zone, designer Kathleen Walsh chose Vermont White Quartzite while watershed-finished walnut warms up the breakfast bar area.
This Miami mansion's master suite features an enormous closet with rich wood cabinetry, a central island and plenty of hanging and shoe storage. Known as Palazzo di Mare, the home was rented by socialite sisters Kourtney and Kim Kardashian while they filmed their E! reality series, Kourtney and Kim Take Miami.