Fixer Upper hosts Chip and Joanna Gaines used plumbing pipes and wood planks to create industrial-style open shelving that is perfectly at home in this rustic farmhouse kitchen. The shelving blends well with the shiplap paneling feature wall, island made from vintage wood and wood-trimmed range hood. Elegant white subway tile and cabinets and gray quartzite countertops balance the rusticity of the space.
Before Tze and her husband, Geoff could move in, the home needed a complete makeover. The kitchen became a sleek, modern affair in a colorful mix of light blue, warm woods and cool white. The open shelving was a DIY touch added by the couple once they moved into the space.
A custom kitchen island made from vintage wood, plumbing pipes and industrial casters contributes style and utility and is the perfect fit in this rustic industrial style kitchen, as seen on HGTV's Fixer Upper.
These homeowners wanted a more functional, stylish kitchen with plenty of safety failsafes before the arrival of their baby, so designers created a kitchen with an intuitive design. The cabinets to the right of the hallway are side-by-side, pull-out pantry cabinets to maximize storage, and to the left of the hallway, is a shallow, custom-designed cabinet with a charging station and a purse hook.
Custom steel panels are integrated into the cabinetry that surrounds this cooking area. The range features hidden roll-out trays that store kitchen accessories, and controls for the Gaggenau cooktop are drilled into the steel panels.
Stainless steel appliances and recessed lighting shine in this open kitchen and make meal-prep virtually effortless. Meanwhile, sliding glass doors and large windows invite cool breezes to filter inside.
The custom kitchen island in this minimalist kitchen has a pull-out tabletop for seating and hides a kitchen sink with a folding faucet and an induction cooktop. The island also boasts two large cupboards, three drawers, an under-counter fridge and a dishwasher.
Cool blue-gray marble tile extends from the quartz countertop to the ceiling in this pretty, transitional kitchen. Metal cabinets surround the cooktop, creating a high-contrast focal point. The custom range hood is made from live-edge walnut.
Pull-out pantry doors are cleverly hidden behind white cabinets in this cheerful kitchen. Integrated appliances include a steam oven and warming drawer. At the center of the space, a custom island features a unique live-edge walnut top.
Clever hidden storage increases function in this rustic, industrial kitchen without cluttering up its streamlined style. Custom cabinetry is constructed from hot-rolled steel panels, creating a cooking area that marries function and style. A ceramic tile backsplash mimics the look of weathered wood.
Eight teal chairs make a fun addition to this sleek dining space and give the all-white kitchen a pop of color. A funky light fixture hangs overhead, brightening the room and complementing the unique design.