White-washed exposed beams bring a farmhouse-style aesthetic to a covered outdoor kitchen by Taylor Morrison in California. The kitchen features natural stone flooring with pebble accents, and a built-in, stainless steel grill.
A white paneled ceiling with exposed wood beams unites this open plan dining area with the adjacent kitchen. Sleek white dining chairs coordinate beautifully with the kitchen barstools, and polished concrete floors complete the look.
Thick white architectural beams are accented with silver, patterned tin tiles in this white kitchen. Over the kitchen island, large glass lantern pendants form the perfect balance between traditional and transitional.
This home's kitchen renovations include the tearing down of two walls, a custom kitchen island, metal cabinets, stainless appliances and a glass beam table with reclaimed black walnut benches, as seen on HGTV's House Crashers.
This modern white cottage guest house features an open concept living and dining room, and kitchen, with exposed beams and rafters, traditional pendant lights, white furnishings, and light hardwood floors.
The outside of this ranch home's kitchen is painted a pale sage green, a color that goes beautifully with the natural wood of the beams and floor. Industrial pendants in both the kitchen and dining area are a hint of urban edge.
The inside of the farmhouse is brimming with rustic charm and character, from the plaid armchairs to exposed wooden beams and ceiling. An open-concept plan allows the living area to flow openly into the kitchen.