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.
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.
Designed to optimize on the functionality of the space, this white coastal-style kitchen is grouped into various distinct work zones. The prep zone showcases a stainless farmhouse sink illuminated by industrial-style pendants. On the other side of the island, bar-height seating provides the perfect place for breakfast.
A contemporary wallcovering by Phillip Jefferies in a gold and black honeycomb pattern is in a sophisticated laundry room by designer Minhnuyet Hardy. The room, which also had a gold oblong mirror, was in a Southeastern Designer Showhouse in Atlanta. The room has a white farmhouse sink and basket storage.
The family wanted a space that blended vintage charm with the conveniences of modern appliances, so they chose traditional elements, such as the gold accents and wood trim, and added modern-day touches, like the stainless steel oven and a farmhouse sink. The end result is an overall cottage-style feel.
The open and spacious feel of this white kitchen is elevated with crown molding and industrial pendant lamps. The large island with a built-in sink provides ample workspace, while the white wood paneled ceiling keeps the room feeling fresh. Under cabinet lighting keeps the room feeling warm while above cabinet storage highlights artwork.
The connection from the kitchen to the outdoor living area is an integral part of the design. The windows above the sink bi-fold to each side and completely disappear to seamlessly connect the spaces. Cream kitchen cabinets are paired with white countertops and a farmhouse sink for a clean yet warm look.
This kitchen features a blend of white and brown wood cabinets with a subway tile backsplash and neutral countertop. Three glass pendant lights hang above the kitchen island, while robin's egg blue stools are positioned on one side. A set of glass front cabinets, a farmhouse sink and oak floors provide finishing touches.
This traditional white kitchen mixes industrial-style blue tile backsplash and pendant lights together to create a tranquil updated environment. The marble top island provides extra workspace and room for casual dining. The picture window allows for plenty of natural light while the white farmhouse sink brings rustic charm to the space.
The newly renovated kitchen makes use of a center island topped with beautiful marble, creating a large workspace for the family. Creamy cabinets paired with wood countertops and a farmhouse sink bring a touch of country to the space. The coffered ceiling hides structural members needed to support the clay block walls above.
An exposed beam runs down the peak of this natural wood ceiling over he spacious kitchen. A large island with deep farmhouse sink and white marble countertop matches the gray cabinetry lining the walls. Large pendant lights hang above the island working with the recessed lighting and natural window light to create a bright room.
Combining a handsome rustic craftsman dining table and bench with a button-tufted banquette creates an intriguing mix while maintaining a comfortable feel in the dining area. The space transitions openly into the kitchen where a farmhouse sink, sophisticated cabinets and coffered ceiling add a bit of updated country flair that blends well with the vintage and contemporary accents.
A white farmhouse sink sits below a dark-framed window that opens and looks out over a garden area. White upper cabinets keep the space feeling bright and spacious while dark gray lower cabinets ground the room in a sleek design. A red-patterned rug brings a pop of color to the space for added character.
The kitchen blends industrial elements, like the stainless steel and clean-lined cabinets, with a rustic-meets-vintage vibe by way of items like the farmhouse chrome apron sink and the live-edge island topper. Meanwhile, a bright red kettle adds a pop of color.
Bright and elegant, circle top windows keep this striking transitional kitchen bathed in natural light, illuminating sophisticated cabinetry, marble countertops and dark wood floors. A farmhouse sink, coffered ceiling and subway tile backsplash adds a bit of updated country flair and creates a feeling of history. Using glass cabinet doors opens up the room, helping the space seem bigger and more alive.
The island in this country kitchen is multi-functional. Its size gives the homeowners more storage with the cabinets underneath. The island also houses the dishwasher, a double farmhouse sink and a place to store cookbooks. As if that weren't enough, the kitchen island also gives the family a casual eating option-a breakfast bar-for a quick meal or as extra seating for larger gatherings.
A large window floods the kitchen with natural light highlighting the white fixtures for a bright and shining look. A kitchen island with white leather bar chairs creates an eat-in area opposite the stove top and stainless steel range hood. A stainless steel farmhouse sink fits the sleek design of the room and works well with the modern look of the white cabinets.