Clean white cabinets and a subway tile backsplash pair with dark gray countertops for an elegant contrast. The family-friendly kitchen is designed with full functionality, including plenty of prep space, a large island, pot filler and much-needed storage.
Chip and his crew, from HGTV's hit show Elbow Room, were able to open up the Klingshims' kitchen by removing a few walls. The family wanted to modernize, but still wanted to keep the classic feel of the era in which the home was built. The team kept some of the more traditional aspects, such as the wood floors and traditional colors, but they modernized with features like custom cabinets and a brick backsplash.
Traditional and contemporary styles blend seamlessly in this remodeled kitchen. Classic white cabinets pair with an edgy mosaic tile backsplash, and a traditional island is lined with contemporary barstools.
The Klingshirn residence after the kitchen and living area renovation by licensed contractor Chip Wade in Atlanta, GA. The renovation included removing a number of walls to give the floor plan a circular and more open layout, but also respecting the era in which the house was built. The kitchen is outfitted with plenty of modern cabinets, new appliances, moveable kitchen cart and a coffered ceilings, as seen on HGTV and DIY Network's Elbow Room.
The open pavilion reflects the home's architecture and houses the outdoor kitchen and dining room. The stainless steel grill and refrigerator is built into a brick facade, which also provides counter space for prep and serving.
This comfortable and classic eat-in kitchen showcases simple, strong lines, in a neutral gray and white color palette. The space includes a blue marble-topped island with three high-back chairs beneath two ornate chandeliers, a fabric-covered seating nook with a round wooden table, and gray subway tile backsplash leading to the dark gray range hood.
This Victorian home features a fully updated kitchen sprinkled with both modern and classic touches. The design team expanded the space to make room for a mudroom, in the process opening it up to a flood of natural light. The large island, painted a contrast color to create a focal point, anchors the mostly white room.
Black granite countertops and black appliances provide contrast against the white perimeter cabinets in this transitional kitchen. Roles are reversed for the kitchen island, which features white quartz countertops and a dark base.
Homeowners wanted a home that had a classic, historic feel mixed with a fresh, clean design, so designers started with a black and white color palette to give the space a little contrast, while the large subway tile and unique fixtures add character to the kitchen space.
Painted a cheerful yellow, this traditional eat-in kitchen features beautiful white cabinetry, a wooden range hood with carved detail and classic granite countertops. The prep island includes space for two to dine and shelving to display pretty dishware, and the refrigerator is cleverly disguised to match the cabinets.