This rustic kitchen space features a large painted green kitchen island with a gray stone fireplace that acts as a divider between the two breakfast bar areas. White stools and several pendant lights add modern touches to the space, while a vintage stove lends a retro vibe.
A wall was removed to open up the space into what was formerly a dining room, greatly expanding the kitchen's square footage. A new custom island installed and the cabinetry completely reworked, as seen on HGTV's Fixer Upper.
This contemporary white great room features a large white island with waterfall countertop and black conical pendants overhead. The space leads into a covered patio that can be closed off by a removable wall.
Remember that kitchen islands don’t have to be a traditional, rectangular shape. Designer Donna Mathis of Haven Design Works fashioned an unsually shaped island here out of necessity to make room for a breakfast area, and the result is striking. This can also be a great way to save money by using irregular countertop remnants.
A stone fireplace surround adds a rough contrast to the smooth surfaces in this contemporary kitchen design. An L-shaped woodgrain island is lined with white bar chairs for an eat-in space. A trio of circle pendant lights hangs above adding light to the recessed lighting and decorative light fixture in the connecting dining room.
Light floods this transitional kitchen highlighting the large, functional island, contemporary globe pendant lights and stainless steel bar stools for an eat-in section. Floor-to-ceiling cabinetry and island storage provides plenty of storage to keep the kitchen organized and uncluttered.
This is a modern take on a farmhouse kitchen with all white floor to ceiling cabinets and walls, panel refrigerator, vent hood, and work island with midcentury modern stools and black pendant lighting.