This chef-style kitchen is laid out to maximize prep space for cooking; visually, the sense of immense space was heightened by using three different types of engineered stone for the backsplash, the countertop and the island topper. The neutral background is broken with a dash of bright orange in the light fixtures.
Beautiful and functional, this commercial-grade chef's kitchen has two islands with stone inserts in the wood countertops. Hand-turned wood legs add a furniture-quality to the islands, while exposed beams and spherical chandeliers bring a rustic quality to the space. Tile tapestry inserts add visual interest to the floor and as an added bonus, the tiles are heated.
Swap traditional pendants for commercial-grade fixtures for a look that's au courant. Contrasted with classic Italian marble and traditional cabinetry, industrial lighting makes a trendy statement in this kitchen. Design by HGTV fan Rethink Design.
In this chef's grade kitchen, a hand-painted backsplash creates a graphic backdrop. Caesar Stone countertops and a professional series Sub Zero refrigerator add commercial kitchen sturdiness to a home kitchen.
This white traditional kitchen has an island big enough for preparing the most complex dishes with room to spare. The eat-in kitchen in bright white features a commercial-grade gas cooktop, tile backsplash and all the latest appliances.
Dark stain on dropped ceiling beams is repeated in the window moldings and open shelving in this airy Mediterranean-style kitchen, bringing unity to the space. Wood and stone elements add warmth, while white cabinetry and pops of bright color keep the tone light. Commercial-grade equipment turns the space into a true chef's kitchen.
The open concept of this home makes it the perfect place to entertain. A large kitchen, complete with commercial grade appliances and an enormous kitchen island, is a fantastic place to prepare meals for a large bunch, while two large prep sinks allow for easy cleanup. The natural light as well as the artificial light in the space provide the chefs with plenty of illumination, and the open layout of the kitchen and dining room makes serving a snap.
In this kitchen, elegant simplicity is the name of the game. Old appliances were removed to add new, commercial grade appliances to accommodate the young family. Easy to clean Caesarstone countertops were added to the cabinets, and color was added to the neutral, elegant space by adding colorful kitchen ware. Then, designers added a custom range hood cover made from reclaimed barn wood from a local Tennessee farm, adding texture to the space.