Behind the island, rows of drawers keep kitchen utensils neat and organized. A minimalist light fixture hangs overhead, drawing subtle visual interest to the ceiling without competing with the views ahead.
If your kitchen tends to be a gathering space, you should give guests a comfortable, out-of-the-way spot to sit. This breakfast nook is a nod to '50s and '60s style with its clean lines and geometric shapes.
Black industrial barstools pull up to clean Caesarstone countertops for a casual dining spot in this spacious kitchen. Hardwood floors add warmth to the space, while a sleek light fixture brings a contemporary vibe to the room.
Developed specifically for countertops, Granicrete has the great modern look of concrete, but is seamless and is certified by the National Sanitation Foundation as being bacteria-proof and stain-proof. The waterfall edge here creates an especially sleek look, without the weight and cost of poured concrete.
This comfortable and stylish mid-century kitchen offers many seating options. The kitchen island is a perfect spot for a quick breakfast, while the dining table seats four for family dinner or entertaining.
As seen on HGTV's House Hunters Renovation, the newly-remodeled kitchen in Karen Mizrahi and Diana Lovati's Tarzana, California, home is a mixture of rustic and sleek elements, creating a very functional space with modern appliances for a fresh vibe. All of the wood is reclaimed and the varied tones and textures are set off beautifully against neutral grey cabinets, barstools and floor tiles.
A custom banquette fits perfectly with the planes of a modern plank dining table, creating a stylish eating nook that's large enough for the whole family. Carpet tiles are easy to clean or replace, making them an ideal choice for the high-traffic hub of a busy household.
Brown floating shelves on either side of the range let the homeowners bring a little personality into this sleek white kitchen, giving them a place to showcase artwork or favorite collections. The simple, clean structure of the vent hood ties in well with the room's economic design.