In the Mediterranean-style kitchen, the subtle color palette is enhanced by lovely details: a pale green mosaic tile backsplash, scrollwork on the island, elaborate molding on the range hood. The crowning touch: a chandelier, of course.
Rustic cabinetry and copper are illuminated by a large curved wall of windows and simple pendant lighting. Accenting the Southwest-style kitchen, a round stamped concrete countertop is a unique alternative for a kitchen breakfast bar.
A curved granite island takes command in this eat-in kitchen. A pattern of sinuous lines is carried throughout the space from the intricate cabinet fronts to the spiral pendant light. Fanciful hardware adds further character to the space.
Warm wood tones, a custom copper hood and hand-painted Mexican tiles complement the Latin American artwork in this contemporary kitchen. The dynamic curved shape of the island is mimicked in the granite eating bar and curved shelves of the message/organization center.
Taking full advantage of the open floor plan, a semi-circular island anchors this eat-in kitchen with a tiered breakfast bar. The textured finish on the bar is a visual treat, alongside the mosaic tile backsplash above the pale wood cabinetry.
The open design of this contemporary kitchen paired with a white and neutral color scheme give this room a very spacious look and feel. A large curved island allows for extra seating and eating in tall cushioned bar chairs, while a dining area to the side offers a more intimate dining feel. The dark dining table is a beautiful contrast to the bright whites and neutrals of the space.
Cherry wood strip flooring, curved and bent in a pattern matching the radial form of the residence, is a spectacular example of the attention to detail in this modern kitchen. High-end finishes, like the Cambria quartz countertops, offsets the industrial elegance of the cast-in-place structural concrete wall. Floating storage echoes the elevated kitchen islands and influences the open feel.
Light wood cabinetry gives this kitchen a clean, smooth finish. Textured accent backsplash panels add a lovely contrast to the cabinetry. Patterned bar chairs add a touch of color lining the curved island with dark granite countertop.
Having designated areas for specific tasks, like an island prep area and cooking alcove, creates an efficient flow in this kitchen. A pair of chandeliers add elegance and anchor the space. The curved island lends itself to effortless entertaining and casual meals at the breakfast bar.
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.
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.