An exquisite chandelier with bold breakfast bar creates a functional and contemporary kitchen with loads of storage. The continuation of white from the walls to the counter tops creates a sophisticated look.
The limestone cooking alcove is located conveniently next to a kitchen island prep area for easy access to ingredients. Identical chandeliers bring elegance and glamour to the space. Gray kitchen cabinets and black countertops create a sophisticated color palette.
An open concept design and a pass through window make this traditional kitchen easily accessible to the rest of the home. Creams and pale yellows create a friendly, welcoming mood with the chandelier bringing in a touch of elegance.
A large bank of windows lets natural light stream into the kitchen and gives any dish washers the bonus of a pretty view. Light gray cabinets and a tile backsplash soften the crisp white countertops and farmhouse sink.
Designer Gail Drury combined traditional sage-green accents and ivory cabinets, along with contemporary materials and conveniences, to bring an updated look and feel to this charming kitchen. An eclectic mix of wood finishes in the island and barstools further add to the kitchen's collected-over-time appeal.
The chef's kitchen would be right at home in an Italian villa with its gently arched, stone-lined ceiling, stone-enclosed cooktop and hood and beautiful wood cabinetry. Here, too, large open arched doorways make the flow between this space and adjacent areas conveniently easy.
Dark metal fixtures, an ornate chandelier, and leather barstools bring a touch of Old World elegance to this cottage kitchen. The large counter on the island opens up the space for dining as well as prep work.
A series of graceful swooping curves add softness to this eat-in kitchen, further enhanced by its warm cream and brown palette. The two chandeliers, one over the island and one over the dining table, bring light and a touch of luxury.
This cottage kitchen has decided dramatic flair thanks to charcoal gray walls and a coat of black paint on the hardwood floor. The room is a good example of how dark walls can help a small or narrow space feel more intimate.
A streamlined dining table and white dining chairs offer a more formal option for enjoying a meal in this contemporary eat-in kitchen. The white color palette makes the already spacious room feel even larger. An oversized waterfall island offers a casual dining option and plenty of workspace for food prep.