Butter yellow walls and classic moldings provide the backdrop for sleek, modern finishes and lighting in this transitional kitchen. White cabinetry is extra-tall to maximize storage in the compact space, and dark countertops have a honed finish that balances the area.
Bright yellow walls catch the natural and artificial light to create a bright atmosphere in the open floor design. Marble countertops and the woodgrain cabinet finish keep with the light and spacious look. Keeping the countertops and walls free of clutter accentuates the modern style and allows the surrounding mountain view to provide natural decor.
Within the garage-turned-media-room, "HGTV Star" contestant Boris Eckey added a horseshoe bar with Silestone countertops, a wine wall and dual refrigerators to create the ultimate indoor/outdoor party space.
This contemporary master suite needed to serve both as a relaxation space and as the headquarters for a home-based business. The design team accomplished both goals by creating a separate nook off the bedroom that stores supplies and provides space to work.
This transitional kitchen features white cabinets paired with marble countertops and a subway tile backsplash. Two glass pendant lights hang over the gray kitchen island, while recessed lighting and hardwood floors provide finishing touches.
This lovely, traditional kitchen is painted with a light green to create a bright, happy look in the room. White cabinetry as well as glass door cabinets allow for plenty of storage and easy access without cluttering up the marble countertops. The long island serves as an eat-in area with tall bar chairs resting below beautiful country iron pendant lights.
Dark hardwood floors stand out in this all-white kitchen. Glass-front cabinets break up the white cabinets. A white apron sink blends seamlessly with light granite countertops beneath a large picture window. The range hood is disguised as part of the cabinetry above the cooktop. A custom-built island matches the cabinets and countertops, providing a casual dining area.
Glazed, tempered glass countertops can offer an almost ethereal, light feeling in a kitchen where the countertop is usually a solid mass. As a trend, they’ve become more popular recently, but as lovely as these gleaming glass-tops are, they come with a hefty price tag: some can go as high as $300 a square foot. An equally cool-looking and more eco-friendly alternative is 3form’s Chroma Countertops, which come in a variety of colors and almost seem to be lit from within.
This new kitchen, in a space that was once occupied by a master bath and closet, is simple and functional with a basic U-shaped design with large center island, white stone countertops and plenty of storage. A pair of place black lantern pendant lights hangs above the kitchen island.
Stylish white cabinets with a matching range hood line the wall in the open design of this eat-in kitchen. A decorative neutral and brown tile backsplash matches the hues in the copper-colored marble countertops. The water color look on the green, yellow and blue pendant lights adds life and color to the space.
Clear your island and use simple, inexpensive items to reset your kitchen style. In this kitchen, designers with homebuilder Lennar add a few pops of color by piling bright red apples on a three-tiered tray from a discount home decor store. The red apples contrast with the arrangement of green succulents nearby.
A tiled backsplash, exotic pendant lights, stone countertops and colorful accent shelves create a Moroccan aesthetic in this kitchen, as seen on HGTV's Kitchen Cousins. Pops of pink and green in the place settings and floating shelves bring pizzazz to this eclectic kitchen.