Featured on HGTV's "Cousins Undercover," this cottage-style open shelving along with the white cabinetry, warm wood tones and reclaimed wood paneling makes this kitchen feel light and airy. The butcher block countertop lends visual interest and warmth, giving it a true cottage feel.
A large kitchen island with a white countertop provides ample work space as well as an eat-in area with black leather barstools. Stainless steel appliances are framed by woodgrain cabinetry matching the hardwood floor. A lowered ceiling panel with recessed lighting helps define the room in the open floor plan.
In this deluxe kitchen, clean lines and recessed lighting put a contemporary twist on warm wood cabinets. A large island with a sink gives the owners room to prep dinner, while a cozy table can be used for more intimate gatherings.
Knotty wood is used for kitchen cabinets, creating a country-inspired kitchen design. Dark gray countertops make a striking contrast, while neutral tile laid in a diamond pattern is used for the backsplash.
Neutral square floor tiles ground this contemporary eat-in kitchen. A custom-made soapstone dining table complements the marble used for the kitchen island and countertops. Natural wood, light fixtures and art bring in a Scandinavian vibe.
To create room in the kitchen for the family of seven to eat together, designers planned a custom island to fit neatly around a rectangular dining table. A banquette was built into the island's back side.
This completed kitchen gives the family everything they want. It features two kitchen islands for more access throughout the space. The kitchen works well on a day to day basis and is just as functional when there are numerous cooks and lots of guests.
The layout of this stunning space capitalizes on the home's view of the neighboring golf course. A larger space with the kitchen sink facing arched bay windows makes the most of the gorgeous view outside. Suspended track lighting illuminates the kitchen, along with pendants above the island, where recessed lights would not have been appropriate for the high ceilings.