This beautiful white kitchen is bright and spacious. Some of the details include three chrome-hanging lights above the island, which is covered in white and gray marble. A large farmhouse sink and high-end appliances make this an inviting space, perfect for entertaining.
White cabinets, a farmhouse sink, a second-hand island and a gray-and-white pattern on the floor give this kitchen designed by HGTV's Property Brothers a vintage feel. Stainless steel appliances, marble countertops and an metallic mosaic tile backsplash add glamour to the space.
Green subway tiles adds a playful pop of color to this transitional kitchen, contrasting nicely with the white farmhouse sink and cabinets. A large window and pendant light ensure that the room is airy and bright, no matter what time of day it is.
Dark countertops provide crisp contrast against the creamy white cabinets in this farmhouse kitchen. An apron-front sink fits perfectly with the space's country-inspired aesthetic, and three windows bathe the room in natural light to complete the look.
A large kitchen island doubles as extra prep space and a casual spot for dining. The island's muted gray color goes well with the kitchen's updated farmhouse aesthetic, and an apron-front sink completes the look. A gorgeous marble countertop adds a sophisticated touch.
A narrow bath takes maximum advantage of both its space and its views, with a window placed between two sleek sinks. Narrow mirrors provide function without detracting from the room's gorgeous views and copious natural light.
The spacious, open kitchen in this newly built traditional farmhouse features a light, airy palette and plenty of windows to usher in a cheery, sunlit atmosphere. Dark countertops help ground the space, while a bold blue-painted island creates a strong focal point at the center of the room. The apron sink and butcher block island fit with the home's farmhouse style.
A large island features marble countertop, stainless steel barstools with black leather seat cushions and a trio of pendant lights overhead. Hardwood floor adds a warmth to the cool toned design. Windows framing a farmhouse sink let in natural light for a bright look throughout the room.
Talk about functionality. In addition to being sleek and stylish, this high design kitchen and butler’s pantry from Harrison Design with Design Galleria offers a stunning veined marble farmhouse sink and ample space for behind-the-scenes prep to keep the main kitchen mess- and clutter-free.
This open plan kitchen pays homage to the home's barn architecture via a few charming details: Upper cabinets are closed off from view by a sliding, barn-style door. Another shelving niche has an interior in classic barn red. And a farmhouse sink finishes the rustic picture.
This light and bright kitchen features modern stainless steel appliances and white wooden cabinets paired with country accents, like a farmhouse sink and natural wood plank ceiling. Two glass pendant lights hang above a granite top kitchen island, while wooden stools provide a spot for casual dining.
This lovely kitchen uses its two islands in an intriguing way: one of the islands is for prep work and includes a farmhouse sink and lots of countertop and cabinet space. The second is more of an eating bar, with room for barstools on both sides.
This green country kitchen features a large kitchen island and breakfast bar with a farmhouse sink and stools for casual dining. The rippled wooden kitchen cabinets and range hood are paired with antique white cabinets, while a green, yellow and white tile backsplash provides a finishing touch.
Tonal, arabesque glass tile backsplash creates a sophisticated look when paired with classic, white Shaker cabinetry. A stainless steel sink withstands daily wear better than a traditional porcelain farmhouse sink. The window over the sink brings in enough light to keep an indoor herb garden on the sill.
New hardwood floors, white cabinets and stainless steel appliances are simple solutions to the overbearing green-and-red color scheme that once plagued this kitchen from HGTV's Cousins Undercover. A large farmhouse sink makes cleaning up easier, and new shelves provide an open alternative to the closed-in cabinets.
This fishcamp cabin kitchen by Historical Concepts Architecture & Planning hits just about every country note: Rustic wood, milk-paint colors, suspended plate racks and casual scatter rugs – and, of course, a deep farmhouse sink. Pale walls and a disciplined lack of clutter keep it all from becoming overwhelming.
A stainless steel farmhouse sink retains a modern look through the use of sharp, clean lines. Black countertops stand out against white shelving, cabinetry and a white subway tile backsplash. Frosted glass cabinet doors keep the space feeling open and airy while still providing storage that conceals clutter.