Mosaic tile in warm, neutral tones ties the reclaimed wood floating shelves and trim with the white cabinetry and glass backsplash while also marrying the rustic and modern styles of each feature. The Wolf range features six burners and a pot filler for convenience.
The woodgrain kitchen island features an ashy-toned finish which blends the hardwood floor color into the cream and white tones used through the room. Black bar chairs line the overhanging countertop of the island for a stylish eat in set up under a pair of circle, industrial influence chandeliers. Sleek cabinetry with long stainless steel handles showcases the midcentury modern style influence.
Upper and lower cabinets feature a sleek white finish and long stainless steel handles. A decorative range of neutral tones in the backsplash livens up the wall and breaks up the monochromatic white. Beige, brown and blue tones pop in the marbled backsplash as a beautiful backdrop to the modern range hood.
A gorgeous color range in the marble tile backsplash adds depth to the look of the midcentury modern white cabinets featuring long stainless steel handles. The built in stovetop and solid white countertop highlight the modern, sleek elements of the design style.
This unexpected kitchen design has an eclectic look with its combination of white and dark wood cabinetry. The white, glass-front upper cabinets brighten the room, while the dark wood of the of lower cabinets coordinates with the black countertop and light wood flooring — adding a sleek look.
A corner of this modern kitchen features an area of cabinetry that's perfect for a coffee bar. Ceiling-height cabinets are clean-lined and modern, with a warm wood finish that creates a striking balance against the cool grays of the walls and backsplash. The island sports a modern waterfall edge, while barstools feature a bold teal hue that's repeated throughout the open concept space.
With its wood cabinets and stainless appliances, this kitchen looks warm yet modern -- an aesthetic that totally fits a home in the PNW. The designers also outfitted the space with new countertops and chose a unique granite slab for the island.
Cool slate grays anchor this kitchen by Susan Diana Harris, ASID, while brighter greens steal the show both indoors and out. The walls are painted Behr's Fresh Grass (color #426), and the ceiling is Benjamin Moore's Pale Vista (2029-60). The windows (not shown) were left unobstructed to allow for views of the leafy garden outside. If your own kitchen is graced with garden views, remember that your choice of plantings will affect the color experience when you are indoors.