Beautiful upper and lower cabinets offer tons of storage, while a beautiful live-edge countertop coordinates with the warm hardwood floor in this neutral kitchen. A combination of recessed and under-cabinet lighting really helps this transitional kitchen shine.
This live-edge wood kitchen counter was designed to be the rustic kitchen's focal point. A durable top coat makes it practical and easy to maintain. Opposite the counter, pets get pampered with a special feeding and water station. A water spigot under the counter is for easy water bowl refills.
Looking to use your kitchen island as a breakfast bar but too short on space to make it work? Consider having your countertop material rounded at the edge. This still offers enough overhang for use as an eat-in area, but won't protrude into the kitchen as much as a full square or rectangle.
With a live-edge walnut counter, this open kitchen straddles the line between rustic and contemporary styles. The same goes for the other side of the island, where polished concrete and a chrome sink give the owners room to prep dinner and wash dishes after.
Jennifer Gilmer Kitchen & Bath removed a wall to turn the U-shaped kitchen into a far more functional L-shaped room. The transformation created space for a large island and continuous traffic flow. A required structural column was incorporated into the corner of the island, wrapped in Peruvian walnut to forge a unique architectural detail.
Streamlined stainless steel appliances are built into a wall of white cabinetry, maximizing function and efficiency in this neutral contemporary kitchen. A unique custom island features a countertop of live-edge walnut, warming up the room and creating a cool conversation piece.
Huerta included a suite of surprising details to bring historical and personal relevance to the client's dream space. For example, the island topper was actually made from the client's former live-edge dining table — a piece that was too big to bring into her new home. Now it creates a cool contrast to the stainless bar stools.
A dark-stained wood island features a built-in microwave, loads of storage and a live-edge walnut countertop. White painted cabinetry topped by quartz lines the room’s perimeter, and a gray tile backsplash fits with the neutral kitchen’s modern-industrial vibe.
The unique kitchen island features a top made from live-edge walnut, bringing an organic element into this rustic, contemporary space. On the cooktop wall, cabinetry is constructed from hot-rolled steel panels, and rough-hewn walnut continues with the custom hood.
Cool blue-gray marble tile extends from the quartz countertop to the ceiling in this pretty, transitional kitchen. Metal cabinets surround the cooktop, creating a high-contrast focal point. The custom range hood is made from live-edge walnut.
As seen on HGTV's Love It Or List It Too, Designer Jillian Harris completely transformed what was a dark kitchen into an open concept kitchen and dining room. Jillian removed the entire wall between the old kitchen and dining room, creating space for an island with a live edge 100 year old fir countertop. Jillian painted the dining room Siberian Snowflake and installed American Walnut Authentic engineered wood flooring.
Custom cabinetry is constructed from hot-rolled steel panels, creating a cooking area that marries function and style in this neutral contemporary kitchen. On the backsplash, ceramic tile mimics the look of weathered wood. A unique custom island features a countertop of live-edge walnut, warming up the room and adding an organic element to the heart of the home.