Sleek dark cabinets, a stainless steel range hood and curved layout make this kitchen a real show-stopper. Large picture windows provide a stunning view of the lake and allow lots of natural light to fill the kitchen.
During this 1920s home's renovation, the kitchen was opened up to the family room via this graceful arched doorway. The detail echoes the unique curved cabinets of the home's original architecture seen here in the kitchen and elsewhere throughout the house.
Wood cabinets create a polished frame for this kitchen design. A curved island with neutral granite countertop adds nice shape against the sharp lines of the cabinetry and creates an eat in space. Gray leather cushion upholstery on the wood bar chairs pulls from the cool tones in the countertop. A stainless steel range adds a modern finish over the stovetop.
Find inspiration in color. This wall of blue mosaic tile is the star of this bathroom designed by David Stimmel. The cannister wall sconces provide illumination as well as visual style above the vanity's white vessel sink and marble countertops. The dark, curved wood cabinets provide subtle contrast with the lighter hardwood floor.
Chic blue pendants add a touch of updated style to this traditional kitchen. The curved design on two cabinet doors and the curved back of the barstools mimic the shape of the pendants, creating a sense of unity within the space.
Although it steals some practical prep space, this stepped and curved kitchen island promotes social interaction. A green glass tile backsplash and open cabinet shelving creates a chic contemporary look.
This imaginative contemporary kitchen, designed by Rhonda Knoche, uses thin curved metal strips to accent the cabinets, door, even the kitchen island. Hints of rust red warm up the predominantly gray palatte.
This contemporary kitchen features a curved peninsula lined with chic barstools, providing the ideal spot for a quick bite. Wood cabinets add warmth to the space, and a mosaic tile backsplash lends eye-catching interest.