HGTV's Love It or List It, Too host and designer Jillian Harris transformed the former dining room of this home into an adorable new kitchen, complete with stainless steel appliances, dazzling white cabinets and a stunning dual-toned backsplash.
This newly redesigned kitchen and dining room features a dutch cocoa color scheme on the walls, cream colored ceiling, new oak flooring, modern kitchen cabinets, quartz maya countertop and new LG appliances, as seen on HGTV's Cousins Undercover.
By knocking down one wall, HGTV"s Buying and Selling hosts Drew and Jonathan Scott were able to create a light, open atmosphere in this once cramped kitchen. A new island with a built-in sink and dishwasher is the perfect centerpiece, combining style and function.
For this fantastic kitchen makeover, HGTV's Fixer Upper hosts Chip and Joanna Gaines removed a wall to allow for a beautiful long kitchen island and to create an open, airy feel throughout the space. Bright white cabinets look stunning against the warm hardwood floors, while pendant lights and stainless hardware bring an updated feel to the charming kitchen.
This kitchen makeover included new white Shaker cabinets and sleek, glossy white countertops. The designer removed the drop ceiling to open up the space and added a light gray and white backsplash for a splash of muted color. New stainless steel appliances and a brown ceramic tile floor finish off the overall look.
It’s amazing what a few smart touches did in this once bland kitchen. HGTV's Buying and Selling hosts Drew and Jonathan Scott demonstrated how simple switches like swapping dated wooden chairs for more contemporary metal stools can make a huge difference aesthetically. And a new glass backsplash brightens the room and adds some depth to the space.
Sometimes the key to an updated look hinges on, well, the hinges. In this Georgia lake home kitchen, designer Beth Johnson preserved the original cabinets but removed the existing exposed bronze hinges on the doors and replaced them with hidden hinges. Together with a fresh coat of paint, the wall of cabinets now has a clean, streamlined appeal.
Nothing breathes new life into a worn, outdated kitchen better than freshly painted kitchen cabinets. Once you decide on the color, finish and type of paint you want, the sky really is the limit on the look you can achieve. This distinctive kitchen gets adventurous with its use of orange and matte gray cabinets that coordinate nicely with the brown tile backsplash, hardwood floors and a daring gold pendant lamp.