A red refrigerator and vintage canisters pop against this retro kitchen's otherwise monochromatic color scheme. Black wood shelving lines the space and the stainless steel sink, while metal geometric wall panels serve as a backsplash.
Two kitchen islands means double the storage and double the countertop space. Matching orange metal drum shade pendants over both islands balances the long kitchen. A paneled refrigerator blends in seamlessly with the cabinets.
This remodeled vintage modern kitchen is as functional as it is beautiful. Neutral walls allow the all-white cabinetry and paneled refrigerator to pop. Black accents such as the range hood, barstools and backsplash add contrast to the space.
A trio of wrought iron pendant lights hangs above the long marble topped island in this traditional kitchen. Gray marble countertops and a black and blue tile backsplash bring beautiful, dark color to the bright white and green room. A white paneled refrigerator matches the cabinetry giving the room a finished, homey look.
A white paneled refrigerator blends in with the cabinetry in this traditional kitchen giving the bright space a beautiful, homey feel. Neutral bar chairs surround the long island with a gray marble countertop. Three country, wrought iron pendant lights add a beautiful antique-like detail to the space and complement the copper colored range hood.
The open, well-lit design of this traditional kitchen features crisp white cabinets, a white paneled refrigerator that blends in and a long island useful for extra eating room or prep space. A dark, circular table is a beautiful contrast against the light green walls. Wrought iron pendant lights and a copper range hood bring a metallic accent to the traditional look.
While compact, the impact of this kitchen is big. Keeping a neutral and white color scheme makes the space live larger than it actually is by creating a clean palette and lines. The paneled refrigerator allows the appliance to blend into the cabinetry and not distract from the design. Unique elements include the custom, architectural range hood and Carrera marble tile backsplash.
As seen on America's Most Desperate Kitchens, the original, exposed brick adds color and texture to this kitchen space, while a neutral color palette fills the rest of the space. White lower cabinets with a black quartz countertop provide storage in the space, while glass paneled upper cabinets and a farmhouse sink help the space maintain its vintage feel complemented by the mint green refrigerator and Kitchen Aid mixer.
Thin, vertically laid tile creates an accent backsplash panel that draws the eye in this stylish contemporary kitchen. Sleek, woodgrain cabinets surround the stainless steel refrigerator and add depth to the color scheme. Gray marble countertop on the island compliments the backsplash tile coloring.
Warm wood paneling hides the refrigerator and blends with the surrounding cabinetry in this traditional kitchen. A large wine refrigerator provides plenty of space for wine storage, while double ovens make cooking and baking for guests a cinch.