The woodgrain cabinets and countertop base add warmth to the room and ground the light and airy look of the white design. A petal light fixture balances the sharp lines and corners of the architecture. Clear barstools compliment the minimalist style approach.
There are six barstools around this kitchen's huge island, but because they're clear, one hardly notices them. The choice is an excellent way to include lots of seating without making the room feel like it's full of furniture.
Modern, clean lines help this tiny kitchen appear larger. The streamlined upper cabinets lack hardware, and the color palette is simply white and wood. Even the clear acrylic kitchen stools help make the space appear open.
The main part of this modern kitchen is elegant and functional. Plenty of cabinet space provides storage for the homeowners, while a large kitchen island provides extra counter space, as well as extra seating. To give the otherwise neutral space a pop of color, a red accent wall was added to make the space warm and inviting. State of the art, stainless steel appliances, pendant lighting and clear barstools give the space a modern flair.
The sleek black countertops beautifully contrast the traditional recessed-panel white cabinetry. Stainless-steel appliances and clear Lacquer barstools add a fun dose of contemporary flair while the pretty blue-mosaic wall tile adds a hint of coastal style.
Not only is there a cozy banquette in this bright, red kitchen, there is also an eat-in island. This space, accented by modern, glass pendant lights and clear, modern barstools, is perfect for casual breakfasts with the family or as extra seating for a larger gathering.
Beautiful woodgrain cabinetry brings a warm look to this sharp design. A blood orange accent wall highlights the warmth to create a bold contrast to the white surroundings. A clear seat barstool and flower petal light fixture add fitting final touches for the midcentury modern style.
Clear, modern barstools add some casual seating at the breakfast bar in the kitchen of this St. Barts home. With the addition of the large kitchen island, the family now has the room to entertain and share meals in the kitchen, a less formal space, or in the formal dining room for a more elegant or larger gathering.
A long counter of drawers with no upper cabinets allows the owners of this transitional kitchen to prep and cook with a clear view into the living and dining area. Bright yellow barstools add a sunny touch to the gray color scheme. Design by Albertsson Hansen Architecture, Ltd.