This inviting, modern farmhouse kitchen mixes natural materials such as butcher block and hardwood flooring with black granite to create a warm welcoming feeling. The kitchen also features two built-in pantries on either side of a small bar with floating shelves and black and white subway tile.
This warm and inviting eat-in kitchen offers custom built-in banquette seating paired with a wooden dining table and vibrant orange Emeco Navy chairs. The corner is surrounded by bright windows, featuring curtains made from multicolored Moroccan inspired fabric.
This open plan kitchen features custom wooden cabinets with built-in shelving, providing a spot for the homeowner's handmade pottery. Track lighting and natural light from several windows illuminate the kitchen space.
This custom stone kitchen with built-in barbecue has enough counterspace for up to six adult guests. It extends into a low retaining wall, which helps protect the patio from rainwater runoff and provides extra bench-style seating.
A custom dog crate is built into this wall of kitchen shelving. The small grated door slides up and down for easy use. Hiding it within the wall is a great way to keep the area organized and clean, while maximizing floor space.
Custom wood cabinets along with a large island with built-in storage make this transitional kitchen as functional as it is elegant. The kitchen island also features a built-in banquette, adding fun and unique seating to the classy, rustic space.
As seen on HGTV's America's Most Desperate Kitchens, Anthony and John created a custom-built, live edge tasting bar that perfectly complements the wild thistle wallpaper covering the bar. This gives these homeowners the perfect place to entertain.
On an two-acre property in Glencoe, Ill., a two-story home features a stone and cedar exterior reminiscent of a Hamptons classic. The six bedroom, nine full and two half bath home has an open floor plan with a professional cook's kitchen, two-story paneled library, sport court, exercise room and movie theater.
This unique, marble sink -- shaped somewhat like a fish -- is right at home in a beach house. The sink is built with a recessed prep space, which has a lip to prevent liquids from seeping onto the countertops. It's a perfect spot to cut flowers, slice fruit or pour lemonade into glasses from a too-full pitcher.
A cozy breakfast nook with a custom built-in bench and gorgeous dark wood dining table provides a delightful spot for casual meals in this traditional kitchen. A large window keeps the space feeling bright and fresh.
This secondary kitchen boasts a professional style 36-inch built-in grill, accentuated by dark concrete countertops and a Dutch-style entrance door. Beautiful neutral tile flows from the floor up to the kitchen countertops, blending with the tiled backsplash and giving this kitchen a sense of fluency.
No luxury feature is spared in this incredible custom kitchen, right down to drawer and cabinet compartments lined with leather. Spot the carved lion's head above the custom mural, which depicts the homeowner's own house among vineyards. Rich oak cabinetry built in France covers side-by-side Sub-Zero refrigerators, four freezer drawers, and two dishwashers beside the apron sink. Flanking the mural are two pilasters where the homeowner hangs her kitchen towels and hides her dish soap. In the island is a second sink, a Kohler Pro Cook, which doubles as a pasta cooker. For the grand-kids, a flat-screen TV pulls down from above the cabinets.
This custom-built island houses the microwave oven and kitchen sink while providing over 9 feet of prep space. A raised breakfast bar creates just enough space to hide electrical outlets needed for small appliances.