A beautifully tiled geometric backsplash in white and gray create a contemporary vibe in this kitchen with plenty of overhead and below-the-counter storage. Neutral-toned marble countertops are topped with fresh baked goods above and a hidden wine fridge below.
This remodeled 1950s kitchen features transitional style, from the black-and-white geometric tile backsplash behind the range hood and cooktop to the elegant marble kitchen island with seating for three. The space also has room for a hidden wine fridge tucked beneath the island.
Behind the AGA wall is a small pantry, complete with a Sub Zero Pro fridge. The unit is artfully placed so that it can be seen from the main room, because a fridge like this is not to be hidden from view. Its rugged looks complements the more rustic elements of the kitchen.
A cabinet overlay keeps a mini fridge hidden for a clean and seamless look in this contemporary walk-in closet. Custom shelves and illuminated hanging rods are deluxe accents in this luxurious closet belonging to Khloe Kardashian.
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As seen on season one of Sarah Sees Potential, designer Sarah Richardson updated this century-old kitchen with stainless steel appliances, pretty subway tile backsplash and new custom white cabinetry. For a client who loves to cook, Sarah installed a gas stove with a large vent hood, double ovens, a wine fridge and a hidden dishwasher built into the cabinets.
You’ve seen them in magazines and on TV, no doubt — built-in coffee bars complete with a sink, fridge and lighted shelving, like this one that Lisa Robazza designed “to utilize an awkward space under a stair in a small kitchen for a client who entertains often.” All those pricey perks are nice, for sure, but you can get the same effect for free. Just reorganize a corner of your kitchen (ideally a spot near your sink) so that all your coffee-making supplies are together: The machine on the counter, mugs or cups in a cabinet above, and filters, pods or grounds in a drawer underneath.