As seen on America's Most Desperate Kitchens, designers John Colaneri and Anthony Corrino replaced the claustrophobia-inducing wall with a knee wall, making room for the new kitchen peninsula with sleek, integrated appliances.
To give this kitchen the farmhouse look its owners wanted, designers paneled the dishwasher and refrigerator to blend them in with the cabinetry. The sink got a concrete apron front and the cooktop a plaster hood. The island's "X" completes the mood.
Custom steel panels are integrated into the cabinetry that surrounds this cooking area. The range features hidden roll-out trays that store kitchen accessories, and controls for the Gaggenau cooktop are drilled into the steel panels.
A large, built-in cabinet hides the refrigerator in this classic kitchen. A molded vent hood with a traditional architrave turns the cooking area into a focal point. Two islands provide space for preparing food and dining.
With comfort and functionality in mind, this ranch kitchen features an island with a range hood and an integrated oven. The cottage feel isn't lost in the stainless steel appliances, all surrounded by custom white glazed cabinets that feel more like home.
Integrated appliances and crisp, clean lines give this open-concept kitchen a streamlined, airy appeal. A custom stainless steel vent hood hangs above the professional gas range, resulting in a cooking station built for a chef. The in-island sink and double oven form a perfect work triangle, and a pot filler above the cooktop offers added convenience.
This spacious country kitchen features an integrated refrigerator, two wall ovens and a prep sink, making it the perfect kitchen for a serious cook. An oversized quartzite kitchen island offers ample workspace when the quartz countertops don't cut it.
A large center island transforms this chef's kitchen into the heart of the home with tons of prep space, an integrated kitchen sink and barstools that pull up for casual dining. Two oversized pendant lights add a contemporary note to the space, while clean white cabinets are accented by European-inspired bar pulls.
The design goal for the kitchen in this condo: Make it possible for the chef to enjoy skyline views while prepping meals at the island. Done! Plus, clean lines and a unified color scheme succeed at gracefully integrating the kitchen with the rest of the open concept space.
The designer specified a combo/speed oven that’s large enough for a convection bake and also serves as a microwave. The built-in washer/dryer behind the doors enables a more integrated feel with a continuous toe kick.