Because the rest of her home is full of pattern, owner and designer Sarah Wittenbraker kept the kitchen clean, white and fairly minimalistic. Black countertops and a navy blue island create just the right amount of contrast, though.
The lackluster kitchen of a new construction home is reinvented as a high-design masterpiece. The biggest splurge is the storage-packed kitchen island, which is made of welded steel and silvered alder wood topped with a concrete work surface.
A straight-up classy kitchen, this navy blue-and-white color scheme feels both nautical and clean. Spacious, white cabinets provide ample space for all a cook's cookware and gadgets. Featuring a blue base, the kitchen island is surrounded with simple, white stools for eating in.
The kitchen has a clean, coastal feel in a transitional way. Designers added color in kitchen seating areas, notably by including simple navy blue Tolix stools. Subtle periwinkles, blues and seaglass tones dominate the kitchen area, even repeating the seaglass color on the island lighting, bringing in a pop of color in the island area.
This kitchen is a comfortable space that still looks classy and refined. Navy blue and white juxtapose perfectly to create a clean-feeling room perfect for cooking and gathering with friends. The space features both a kitchen island with stools and eat-in dining table surrounded by comfy armchairs.
A super long island is the key to fitting a quantity of people into this kitchen. Loads of space is available for eight durable Tolix stools in a navy blue accent. A pantry tucked just round the corner keeps this kitchen clean and neat.
This is a kitchen a chef would love, with tons of counter space and a kitchen island for preparing and gathering guests. White countertops, stools, upper cabinets and backsplash keep the space looking simple and clean, while navy blue lower cabinets and kitchen island give the kitchen a crisp, nautical feel. Globe fixtures provide tons of light and a modern touch.
An unusual T-shaped kitchen island, which allows those perched on the stools to face each other, anchors this cottage-style kitchen. Deep blue subway tiles contrast with the cabinetry, a take on the classic nautical pairing of white and navy. A muted yellow wall color and warm-toned wood floors create an inviting charm throughout the space.
This kitchen, seen on HGTV's Property Brothers, was enlarged by taking down the wall between the pantry and dining room. The kitchen is painted navy blue with white cabinets and a dark-stained wood island.
Exposed wood walls lend a rustic quality to this Colorado mountain retreat. A cozy seating area next to the kitchen is centered around an open fireplace. Wood cabinets have chalkboard doors for jotting down notes and fun messages, while the large island and lower cabinets are painted navy blue to add rich color to the space.
As fresh as a country day, this open plan kitchen features a handsome dark gray island with a soapstone countertop. The other counters are walnut, which blend well with the reclaimed oak floating shelves. Navy blue barstools bring in a subtle hint of color.