White Shaker cabinetry, subway tile and stainless appliances add to the overall traditional feel of this renovated kitchen space. The large center island covered in a Caesar stone pebble is ideal for family gatherings, while the French doors provide gorgeous light.
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.
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.
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.
Rustic eat-in kitchen with french doors that add more than light. If you are looking for a special feature to add to your home, consider replacing a door or several windows with French doors. Not only will they let in more light, but the open feel they provide makes the whole space feel larger.
Vintage pendants illuminate the kitchen table made from an antique metal base and salvaged wood. Double French doors lead out to the backyard. The doors are encased in thick, dark-stained molding, coordinating with the substantial window and door casings throughout the space.
Soft lighting and a light color scheme create a bright and airy mood in this sweet contemporary kitchen. Glass-paned French doors create separate spaces within the home without making either space feel closed-in.