Easy kitchen access was created with this wrap around wet bar and pass-through window from kitchen into family room. Entertaining is made easier by creating this long bar space that includes bookcases and glass front cabinets.
A pass-through in this kitchen connects the room to the main living area and helps to open up the space. Charcoal granite countertops and dark hardwood floors contrast nicely with the white maple cabinetry and glass-front cabinet doors.
Inside, a gorgeous wet bar offers bar stools and air conditioning. But for a day on the beach, nothing beats this outdoor bar space. Retractable glass windows open up, allowing guests to remain outside and be served cold beverages while relaxing on outdoor stools.
A pass-through between the kitchen and family room creates an open and airy vibe in the living spaces of this waterfront Connecticut home. The home features a transitional design with rustic touches in the family room. In this open-concept chef's kitchen, white cabinetry teams with white countertops for an overall sleek, clean look.
This compact eat-in kitchen uses cool blues and white with stainless appliances counterbalanced with the warmth of stained wood cabinets. In keeping with the arched entry to the dining room, the kitchen features an arched pass-through serving window.
A pass-through window into a turquoise blue kitchen gives this white living room an energizing jolt of color. The kitchen's blue motif is reflected in the Japanese raku pots lining the shelf and the backless stools that were custom designed so they don't interrupt the lines of sight between the two spaces.
To create an open feeling throughout the home, Chip and Joanna, hosts of HGTV's Fixer Upper, removed the wall between the breakfast area and the sitting room and created a pass through between the kitchen and dining room for easy serving. Then, they carried the beige wall color throughout the house creating warmth and design continuity between spaces.