The curved peninsula in this transitional kitchen creates the perfect eat-in bar. The white and black cabinets and gray backsplash create an elegant feel in the space. The rich wood floors also allow this kitchen to feel warm and inviting.
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.
On the other side of the kitchen's peninsula, guests will find a breakfast nook filled with natural light. A curved, built-in banquette makes the most of this round corner, while three gray slipper chairs provide even more seating around the table.
To maintain the beachy feel throughout the home, designers used muted blues and greens that can be found in the nature surrounding the home. In the kitchen, these colors were added to the backsplash and the barstools so as to add color without overwhelming the space. White cabinetry and a custom, curved peninsula keeps the space feeling light and open, while natural light contributes to the warm, bright feel.