This contemporary kitchen features blonde cabinetry, green-hued granite countertops and a unique-shaped eat-in island. Green accents like the playful pendant lights keep this kitchen feeling fun and easygoing.
This kitchen's granite countertops give the traditional space added dimension. The creamy white island is mixed with warm stained cherry cabinets. Although the cabinets are different colors, the profile on their doors match, making the kitchen feel cohesive.
This transitional white kitchen features plenty of cabinets and drawers, ample storage for kitchen necessities. Neutral granite countertops complement the hardwood floor and gray wall color used throughout the kitchen.
This kitchen has a wonderful openness to it thanks to a smart layout, great lighting and plenty of space. The kitchen also has style to spare: Miele appliances, a Blanco sink, a Grohe faucet and an island made of granite and quarter-cut walnut. Smooth white cabinetry keeps this area clean and sleek.
Design is all about the details. The backsplash tile flows into the kitchen window to give it a clean, seamless stopping point. The small granite sill on the window is perfect for a small plant and easy to clean! A simple woven wood shade from The Shade Store adds a finishing touch to the window. The dark granite, Marron Cohiba, in a brushed finish, shows off its natural, organic texture. A color palette in a taupe scheme with dark accents and beautiful wire brushed hickory floor give the strong, rustic vibe that reflects this homeowner’s personality and taste.
Taking the upper cabinets to the ceiling helped make this space appear taller and achieved the goal of opening up the space. The backsplash tile was blended with the cabinet color to further heighten the room. The cabinetry was kept simple to make the room flow nicely and also add to the open concept. The dark granite, Marron Cohiba, in a brushed finish, shows off its natural, organic texture. A color palette in a taupe scheme with dark accents and a beautiful wire brushed hickory floor give the strong, rustic vibe that reflects this homeowner’s personality and taste.
A neutral color palette causes warm wood floors to pop in this traditional Brooklyn kitchen. A prep sink in the island conveniently backs up to the cooktop, and a long, farmhouse-style dining table offers a great spot for entertaining. French doors, large windows and transom windows allow ample light to flow throughout the space.