This fully equipped outdoor kitchen has the same white and whitewashed gray color palette as the rest of the modern home and patio, giving the space a clean, streamlined look. A built-in bench offers a place to perch while food is being prepared.
As seen on HGTV's Property Brothers, Jonathan and Drew Scott removed the old cabinets and pantry to create an open gourmet kitchen with modern stainless steel appliances and plenty of storage space. A built-in wine rack, wine cooler and cozy built-in bench are other bonus features in the new kitchen.
This white and gray kitchen features a built-in laundry area with stackable washer and dryer units that allow more room for other kitchen appliances, like the wine refrigerator. A wire bin above the dryer is perfect for stowing away laundry essentials.
Soft hues of beige, brown and orange stir a Mediterranean feel in this luxurious outdoor kitchen. A vaulted ceiling gives the feeling of additional space in this open-air room. A bar with granite counters and built-in grill creates a perfect entertaining spot adjacent to the cozy sitting area with a fireplace.
In this 180-square-foot kitchen, Hamilton-Gray Design replaced a built-in breakfast nook with a dining table for two, built around the back and side of the island. Fitting the table-height piece around the counter-height island makes the most of the available space and allows each surface to be at the right height for its designated purpose.
To save space in this home, the breakfast bar is a built-in structure with a display shelf. Beside the bar, a steel column is covered in colorful mosaic tile that matches the kitchen backsplash. Recycled teak cabinetry lends warmth to the contemporary room.
For a family with three young children, access and durability were key kitchen design considerations for designer Vanessa DeLeon. After considering a traditional island with counter-height seating, she opted for a more manageable, easier-access arrangement: a 36"-high island with a built-in banquette and stylish, generously sized dining table by End Grain Furniture and Design featuring a reclaimed top and glass overlay.
A row of cabinets with a stainless steel built-in microwave separates this living room and kitchen. The pairing of white cabinetry with dark wooden countertops ties the finishes throughout the kitchen together.
A niche underneath the kitchen island is the perfect spot for a pet to perch while you’re cooking – it lets them be near you but keeps them from getting under your feet. Other eye-catching features in this luxurious space include a tin ceiling, a custom reclaimed tin hood and a blue La Cornue stove.
The client allowed the designers to take a closet to house the refrigerator and built into the wall with pantry space to the right. A corner drawer base was added to provide the homeowners with drawer space. The kitchen was opened up to the dining room, but cabinets were installed between the two rooms to provide ample double sided storage and countertop space for serving.