This eat-in kitchen has some real retro charm: its floor is painted in green diamonds and a 1970s china cabinet displays green and white dishware. Meanwhile, the beadboard wall and heavy, painted dining table are quintessential cottage fixtures.
This modern outdoor dining area features a painted gray wood plank table complete with vibrant red placemats and white dishware. Clear glass bowls with bright yellow lemons and white candles are used as an easy yet eye-catching centerpiece, creating a festive yet laidback outdoor dining experience.
Painted a cheerful yellow, this traditional eat-in kitchen features beautiful white cabinetry, a wooden range hood with carved detail and classic granite countertops. The prep island includes space for two to dine and shelving to display pretty dishware, and the refrigerator is cleverly disguised to match the cabinets.
A steamer trunk-inspired sideboard cabinet is a perfect place for displaying family photos and accessories — or tucking away spare blankets and dishware — in this contemporary living space. The table is crowned by a unique statement piece: a colorful modern painting. Placing identical lamps on the cabinet on either side of the painting keeps the arrangement feeling orderly and uncluttered.
The stunning chef's kitchen boasts a combination of sanded stainless steel, granite countertops and hand-cut painted glass tiles. The kitchen is organized with sleek and ergonomincally functional cabinets, allowing its top-of-the-line applicances to be concealed yet easily accessible. The appliances include: a gas stove with a warming drawer, double ovens, an induction cooktop inset into the granite island, two dishwashers strategically placed on each side of the sink and a side-by-side refrigerator and freezer. Two walk-in pantries allow for ample storage of both food and china dishware.
A wood-toned island warms up this cozy, cottage kitchen by designer Tobi Fairley. Rather than paint it white to match the rest of the cabinets, Fairley chose a chocolate stain to show off the wood's rich grain.Brilliant white floor-to-ceiling cabinetry not only brightens up the space, but it also adds essential storage. Glass doors at the top of the cabinetry create interest and provide a spot for displaying favorite dishware. A clever, shallow recess allows a pair of barstools to tuck neatly under the island when not in use.