Removing a wall and storage closet opened up the space providing a clear view to the dining room and leaving space for the addition of a large kitchen peninsula and plenty of lower-cabinet storage. A small pass-through window opens onto a newly updated breakfast nook.
Recessed lighting and a vaulted ceiling keep this open concept kitchen looking light and bright. Neutral tiles cover the walls, while two glass pendant lights hang from the ceiling. White leather stools are positioned at the kitchen counter peninsula, creating the perfect spot for casual dining.
Crisp, white cabinetry paired with black soapstone and Calcutta marble sets the tone for this elegant, multi-functional kitchen and living area. The space is equipped with a baking center, banquette seating and glass cabinets wrapping around a corner to further defining the space. The style and millwork of the home were continued in the columns flanking the apron sink and featured detailing on the built-in snack bar.
Walls were removed from this kitchen to make room for large windows. Newly opened space is now used as a secondary eating area with an angled peninsula. Taupe Shaker-style cabinetry is used throughout the space.
A small peninsula houses a pair of industrial-style stools in this contemporary kitchen. White upper cabinets are balanced by dark base cabinets, with skylights filling the neutral room with natural light. An exposed ceiling beam ties the kitchen in to the midcentury house's overall style.
The spacious peninsula in this French country kitchen is lined with wood barstools, creating a spot for impromptu dining. On the other side of the island, a cooktop and range hood allow the chef to cook while conversing with guests.
Symmetry and storage were important ideas for this kitchen. The client wanted to have both her grandkids in the kitchen or serve appetizers to adult guests while she was preparing foods. A peninsula was added to provide seating and to allow for a functional cooking area.
A pair of industrial-style barstools serve up a cozy spot for eating at this kitchen's large peninsula. The white contemporary space is full of natural light thanks to skylights, while elements including the barstools, exposed ceiling beam and hardwood floors tie the space in with the rest of the midcentury house's style.
The curved peninsula in this transitional kitchen creates the perfect eat-in bar. The white and black cabinets and gray backsplash create an elegant feel in the space. The rich wood floors also allow this kitchen to feel warm and inviting.
A portion of the dining room wall was removed, opening the space up to the kitchen and making room for a new kitchen peninsula. The framed items in the corner gallery were found in the house and are from the former owner.
White cabinets will complement almost any decor you want to choose — now or 20 years from now. “To choose a style, consider the existing architecture of the home and how the cabinetry works visually within its environment,” says designer Tatiana Machado-Rosas of Jackson Design and Remodeling. “A raised panel is often a good choice for more traditional styles, while a Shaker style (shown here) works with a modern, simple design.”
Vibrant orange accents stand out in this contemporary eat-in kitchen. The island with black quartz countertops and a beautiful outdoor view provides extra seating to make entertaining easy and stylish. A limestone backsplash runs behind the sink while a built-in bookcase and set of display cabinets help keep things tidy.