Pink and beige toile wallpaper serves as a feminine background for an intricate cooktop area. A gold backsplash is surrounded by a detailed white range hood while a sparkling crystal chandelier hangs from a beautiful white coffered ceiling. Quaint ladder-back barstools with cushions provide convenient seating in this elaborate kitchen.
The kitchen, has a cheerful and airy French Provencal appeal with woodwork treated in a combination of pale blue and wood stain. A rustic metal chandelier over the kitchen island and wide-plank wood floors complete the feel of the countryside.
Sleek black cabinets topped with white countertops provide plenty of storage in this French country kitchen. A multifunctional island offers extra storage and workspace, with a breakfast bar at the end for dining in.
A spacious peninsula offers prep space and storage space — for pots, pans and wine bottles alike, in this French country kitchen. Gorgeous terra cotta tile floors provide color and contrast against the kitchen's all-white cabinetry.
This French country kitchen designed by Katheryn Cowles features cream painted cabinets and a granite-topped kitchen island. The diamond-pattern stone backsplash ties together all of the colors of the kitchen while a crystal chandelier lends an elegant touch.
A little wallpaper goes a long way in this French country kitchen, where toile and painted wood create a romantic backdrop. A frilly valence frames a small utility sink while glass-front cabinets allow for a functional display of kitchen necessities.
A step-up bar provides a cozy dining spot for two on the edge of this stunning French country kitchen. Granite countertops in a subtle blue hue pair with pale green and off-white cabinets, creating an understated color palette that oozes elegance.
Views of the San Diego Bay can be enjoyed from the dining room of this French country home. The dining room is adjacent to a spacious kitchen with a custom range hood that serves as an eye-catching focal point.
A corner banquette just off the kitchen is a convenient place for breakfast and light meals. Here, an L-shaped banquette features nail head trim and a collection of earthenware jugs, animal figurines and plates. The distressed table and checked pillows are classically French country.
This kitchen was designed for efficient cooking, and it looks fabulously French doing it. Designed to evoke the French Country style, its 10-foot ceilings, emblematic arches and intricate woodwork would have made Louis XIV proud. A decorative armoire, topped with iron pieces imported from Italy, hides the refrigerator, and a two-tiered Madura Gold granite island features a wet bar and two integrated white ovens. The island also features a raised seating area perfect for gatherings.