On the other side of the room, guests have access to a small kitchen and dining area. Although the distressed wood cabinets, Spanish tile backsplash and farmhouse sink share a color palette, their different textures fill this corner with visual interest.
When guests enter this space through the red French door, they are surrounded by wood accents, exposed beams, shiplap and timeless, rustic appeal of the guest cottage. To make this oasis feel a bit more modern, designers brought in marble countertops and stainless steel appliances to give the kitchen the luxury amenities of home within this garage, guest apartment.
This modern guest house kitchen features white cabinets and countertops paired with natural hardwood floors. Counter height stools are positioned at the waterfall kitchen island, providing a convenient space for casual dining. A gray tile backsplash adds a finishing touch.
Custom-designed, Pennville cabinets, combined with playful, Moroccan mosaic tile and exaggerated brackets and screens make this kitchen both modern and traditional.
The mosaic tile was found on a trip to Morocco and imported back home.
Corbel brackets and Victorian, square section pilasters help to frame this working kitchen alcove.
In order to try and make the traditional brackets and room screens a little more modern, the sizes and proportions were exaggerated.
The guest house of this waterfront property in Innisfil, ON, Canada matches the interior design of the main home. The two kitchens both feature an oversized white quartzite island and subway tile backsplash.
As seen on Love It or List It, Too. homeowners Neena and Jag entertain up to 30 guests at a time so they needed an open space that could accomadate large groups. Designer Jillian Harris created an open concept floor plan by rearranging the kitchen and dining rooms. A large driftwood table in the dining room and an oversized island in the kitchen offer ample seating.
A kitchen island with countertops of differing heights accommodates both the home chef and family members or friends gathered to keep him or her company. The stainless steel countertops are meant to gain patina with use and wear but can be buffed to regain their initial smoothness and shine.
A new wing was added in 2009 that doubled the living footprint in this Midcentury Modern home. It holds a capacious master suite with fireplace and luxurious wet-room style bath, 50-foot summer pool, full outdoor kitchen, covered entertainment area, and guest quarters with private entry.
Think Sarah Horton's stunning Charleston mansion is extraordinary? Tucked behind the home's courtyard is a 2,100 square foot guest house, a former carriage house whose redesign was overseen by architect Gil Schafer, who also worked on the main home's restoration. The guest house contains a kitchen, living and dining room and three cozy bedrooms and three baths.
As seen on season 1 of Tiny Luxury, this gorgeous tiny home kitchen is filled with top-of-the-line amenities such as black granite countertops, a 4-burner gas range, full-sized stainless steel refrigerator and red oak hardwood floors. A cozy guest loft is situated just above a full bath hidden from view by a handmade wood sliding door.