This transitional kitchen has two skylights for added natural light. It features an oversize island and black IKEA cabinets stretching from the rustic hardware floor up to the ceiling. Two globe pendant lights provide illumination for the space.
The kitchen and adjacent dining area's design was drawn from nature and the home's midcentury modern architecture. Ikea cabinet boxes with mahogany and color block fronts made by Semihandmade were budget-friendly without sacrificing style. Bespoke ceramic light pendants are by Heather Rosenman.
The new Park family kitchen that has been built and designed by Anthony Carrino and John Colaneri from HGTV's "Cousins on Call". The cousins removed a wall that closed off the dining room area from the living room and kitchen to create a more open, functional and modern space. All appliances, cabinets, furniture,and accessories were provided by Ikea for a special promotional episode of Cousins on Call.
The new Park family kitchen that has been built and designed by Anthony Carrino and John Colaneri from HGTV's Cousins on Call. The cousins placed a new island with a sink and granite countertops in the middle of the kitchen. It is next to the refrigerator and stove for convenience when cooking, and sits next to the dining room table for easy serving. All appliances, cabinets, and accessories were provided by Ikea for a special promotional episode of "Cousins on Call".
This transitional kitchen is part of a renovated 1960s home. It was moved to the back of the house and opened up with the removal of several walls. It features an oversize island and black floor-to-ceiling Ikea cabinets with Caesarstone countertops and high-end brass hardware. Two globe pendant lights provide illumination for the space.
The kitchen makeover in this early 1900s house required designers to get creative. A downdraft range under the window meant no range hood was necessary. To the left of the range, affordable Ikea cabinets were reconfigured to include an appliance garage.
Go for a high-gloss effect. A smaller group of gray Ikea cabinets, used in an Atlanta mid-century modern kitchen, gives a steel sheen to the space, which was previously designed by Brian Patrick Flynn as his personal residence.
In this galley kitchen, the colors from the bold wallpaper are repeated in the green wall paint and blue Ann Saks tile backsplash. The pattern's drama is balanced by sleek white Ikea cabinets, countertops and stainless steel hardware. Large copper pendants add warmth to the space and complement the room's jewel tones.
Use cost-saving standard colors in one area so you can splurge in other areas. The homeowners in this Atlanta neighborhood worked with designer Thea Quillian to plan their kitchen, and originally wanted to install blue upper cabinets. When they found white cabinets from Ikea at a fraction of the cost, they realized they could use the savings to afford more pricey walnut countertops.
The dining room’s traditional furnishings feel modern and contemporary with a mix of colorful pieces. An IKEA cabinet was painted in a rusty red and hardware was added to upgrade the piece. Pink dining chairs from World Market, a home decor staple in Los Angeles, have a vintage appeal with their fun fan detail. And a tufted settee in white stands out beautifully in the blue dining room.
Inexpensive BYGEL containers from IKEA are more versatile than you may think. They can add convenient storage to the back of any cabinet door! Hanging them with Command strips makes them temporary with no damage to your cabinet.
Loft-style living demands cabinets with an industrial edge. Because Atlanta homeowners Sy and Nyvette Gray needed to fill a vast space and create much-needed storage, they selected kitchen cabinets from Ikea. They worked with designer Iesia D. King for their loft decor, and the minimalist cabinets even bring out the grayish tones of the aged exposed brick.
No built-in cabinets? No problem. Ikea's Algot adjustable mounted storage lets you install the features you need without a contractor. After you attach vertical rails to the wall, the shelves and drying rack easily fit into place — and you can always add more.
The bathroom is a private place, but open shelving can create the illusion of space in smaller square footage, and with a less weighty wallet hit than cabinets. A few drawers or covered baskets on high shelves can house your private items, and your colorful towels, pretty soaps and washes, and other bathroom decor don’t have to hide in a dark closet any longer!
Instead of replacing the upper cabinets with new cabinets, the owners build open shelves using rustic pine boards and IKEA brackets. To complete the farmhouse look, they stain and seal the shelves with finishing wax.