In this open plan kitchen and dining area, cabinetry and other accents on the outer perimeter are dark. To brighten up the room's overall look, the center of the space has lots of light elements: white ceiling beams, a light hardwood floor and countertops.
Four wood-and-metal barstools line the outside counter of this stylish contemporary kitchen, offering a convenient, open mealtime spot. Sleek finishes including the exposed ceiling beams, polished wood floor and stainless steel countertop edging dress up the neutral palette.
A large kitchen island divides this renovated home's open living space and provides a clean-lined surface for dining and food prep. The design team removed downstairs walls to create an open-concept kitchen, dining and living area, exposing wood ceiling beams and adding unusual materials to create a space that blends rustic, industrial and modern elements.
Wood beams and stone counters combine in this outdoor kitchen, making the space feel raw and rustic. At the same time, modern recessed lights illuminate the area at night and provide a cool visual contrast.
Rich wood cabinets pair with exposed wood ceiling beams and wrought iron pendants to create a heavy, rustic vibe in this kitchen — a nod to the home's Mediterranean roots. Clean lines, such as the sleek waterfall countertop, update the space with contemporary flair.
Custom wood cabinets and exposed beams combined with a stacked stone backsplash creates a cozy rustic feel in this elegant, transitional kitchen. A large dining table is surrounded by plenty of comfy chairs making it a great place to entertain.
Just off the kitchen is this wonderful indoor outdoor kitchen and lounge. There are chef-grade appliances for whipping up meals with ease. After dinner, chill by the fireplace or take a dip in the small, waterfall-fed pool.
Seat four comfortably at the giant kitchen island while you mix up culinary masterpieces. Welcome the day with coffee at the breakfast table by the floor-to-ceiling window. A fireplace keeps the space extra cozy in winter.
The roomy island in this Austin kitchen teams with six counter-height chairs to double as a casual dining table. Cabinetry in both dark and light finishes creates contrast, a design element that's employed throughout the home. A mix of lighting finishes the space.