This transitional kitchen blends the best of traditional familiarity with modern sophistication to create a comfortable, livable space. The high-end Calacatta marble countertops and built-in breakfast nook lend the traditional elements, while the sleek wood-veneered cabinets and dark wood flooring add modern influences.
Smooth white cabinets create a full wall of storage in this modern kitchen and continue out over the countertop wrapping the kitchen with storage. Windows above the countertop and over the cabinet structures flood the room with bright, natural light for a gorgeous glow. Dark, matte hardwood grounds the design. Simple silver grated chairs create an eat-in area at the bar and match the stainless steel range hood above.
A beautiful, sleek modern tub is nestled next to a glass wall shower leaving open floor space for an open feel in this bathroom. A built in vanity features dark woodgrain cabinets for a bold contrast against the stark white room. His and hers sinks are topped with mirrors in the upper panel.
Vertical-grain walnut cabinetry pairs elegantly with white walls, stainless steel appliances, a modern kitchen island and the rich hue of the walnut floors. Glass-front kitchen cabinets add to the impression of open space and shows off eye-catching dinnerware and glassware. Lighting under the island creates depth and adds to the elegance, illuminating leather bar chairs.
The island countertop in this transitional kitchen features local Alabama white marble, cut to mimic the shape used in the stair railing, eyebrow gables and dining room chairs. The island itself features a rich, dark finish that contrasts nicely with the cool gray cabinetry on the room's perimeter. A mix of traditional and modern elements adds interest to the space, from the leaded glass cabinet doors and apron sink to the industrial-inspired pendants and acrylic-and-metal barstools.
The design goal for this master bedroom? A restful retreat that would pay homage to the owners' love of travel via industrial, modern and subtly glam elements. Dark colors and a cloud-inspired ceiling make the space moody and dramatic. Texture (shag rugs, velvet, metallics) bring in that desired luxe touch.
Outdated cabinetry was replaced with dark-toned wood lowers and white uppers in this charming kitchen. Four frosted glass uppers add a modern feel that helps open up the room with a reflective surface. A black quartz countertop was installed for a chic look with gorgeous contrast.
The kitchen in this renovated 1940s Noe Valley home in San Francisco features rich, hardwood cabinets in a sleek, modern design and luxe marble countertops and backsplash. The space, located in the central part of the home is lit by a simple skylight to keep it from feeling too dark.
A dusky, sage backsplash picks up the flecks of green in the dark marble countertops and island, creating a kitchen that feels put together and aesthetically pleasing. Modern walnut cabinets bring a brightness and natural element to the space; stainless steel appliances further establish the contemporary design scheme.
Hilary's design on this open concept kitchen for HGTV's hit show Love It or List It incorporates clean lines and subtle contrast. From the clean, white cabinets to the gray backsplash and countertop, this kitchen uses its neutral colors to give it a tidy feel. The dark bar chair and the soft colors of the napkins and canisters help to soften the stark colors of this neutral kitchen.
This rustic kitchen features dark wooden cabinets, wood paneled walls, a black vintage stove, a classic ice box, and a custom pie cabinet to infuse a collected and vintage aesthetic while providing modern comforts.
A wood door with striped glass panels beautifully matches the light hardwood and molding in the foyer. A dark gray accent wall adds depth to the bright design. A wall cut out with open storage boxes is fixed next to a large built in cabinet with decorative wood finish accents.