Not for the faint at heart, this eclectic kitchen designed by John Ryba is saturated in a rich, red lacquer. The white ceiling and stainless-steel appliances help reflect light, an important design element when working with a bold color.
The kitchen, filled with warm, neutral tones and plenty of cabinet space for storage and counter space for food prep, has a Spanish tile backsplash that brings the Spanish eclectic style of the home to life. To complement the design, a natural stone floor was installed to bring a more earthy feel to this space.
In the kitchen, designers kept the small space feeling bright and open by starting with white walls. They installed slender paneling white paneling to add texture to the space, while "L" shaped cabinets with butcher block countertops add storage and counter space. A slender kitchen island with barstools provides additional functionality in the space with extra counter space and seating. Finally, black and white art create a focal point in the room, while a blue rug gives color and warmth.
A variety of unique textures and styles unite in this eclectic kitchen, creating ample visual interest. Against the curved walls, circular storage units allow for plenty of storage while also naturally coinciding with the orbed accents. Bright pops of orange add color and energy to the white setting.
Wooden open shelving and white beadboard walls bring a country cottage feel to this kitchen. The white antique oven serves as the statement piece, adding character and charm. Incorporating a framed picture into the shelf display adds another layer, giving it a lived-in look.
Two kitchen islands means double the storage and double the countertop space. Matching orange metal drum shade pendants over both islands balances the long kitchen. A paneled refrigerator blends in seamlessly with the cabinets.
A 100+ year old bungalow kitchen was completely gutted and refitted with the latest appliances while maintaining a historical look. The marble kitchen island is a gathering space for guests while the gas range is perfect for cooking a meal. The white tile backsplash provides modern flair against the vintage cabinets.
LABL studio kept the kitchen simple with white lacquered cabinets and subway tiles. Open shelving above the cabinets highlights Kettle's in-house design work, while a vintage schoolhouse table is a casual space for lunch meetings and conversation.
This bright, eclectic kitchen features a burnt orange accent wall, neutral countertops and dark brown cabinetry. An extended countertop from the island provides a spot for eating breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Custom sage green cabinets are topped with clean white countertops in this eclectic kitchen. To open up the space, floating shelves are used instead of upper cabinets. Gray-and-white mosaic tile backsplash creates an eye-catching display.