This modern functioning kitchen has loads of counter space and storage for a young family. A corner nook features Talisman granite, glazed cabinetry and travertine backsplash, creating a great display area.
Play with fabric in your space. I love the look of white kitchens, but sometimes they can feel too plain and lack personality. It's easy to add style without switching out any major materials. This kitchen does a great job of playing with blues in the soft window treatment.
Beautifully asymmetrical shelving in dark wood against textured pearl white wallpaper in this kitchen niche perfectly display this client’s collection of exclusive and upscale liquors, giving this kitchen a lounge-like atmosphere.
Turn a sunny window into a spot for displaying a collection of your favorite kitchen items. Vintage pieces in a similar color palette, like the blue and white items in this window, are especially lovely when grouped together. Kitchen window shelves are also the perfect location for growing light-loving herbs and flowering plants.
As seen on America's Most Desperate Kitchens, John and Anthony designed a kitchen space that is family friendly. Adjacent to the both the kitchen and the office space, the kids' play area provides the little ones with a place to play within eyesight while mom and dad fix the family's meals.
When a client had Bill Fry Construction convert an old garage into a guesthouse, she chose open shelving to showcase books and art. Because the space isn't the home's primary kitchen, less storage is needed. In a busier kitchen, careful editing is the key to making open shelving work.
This galvanized tray from Pottery Barn is the perfect way to plant out your kitchen herb garden or create a festive holiday centerpiece of gourds and berries. Any design-conscious gardener would love this on their table. $49.50; Pottery Barn
Neutral wood cabinets with glass doors show off a lovely display of fine dishes and glassware in this contemporary kitchen. A gorgeous bright blue backsplash shimmers behind row upon row of hanging wine glasses.
Custom navy display cases frame out the entrance to this Old-World-inspired kitchen. Painting the woodwork in this dark hue, rather than standard high-gloss white, draws attention to the cases themselves and makes the white kitchen beyond feel even brighter by comparison.
Although the colors are muted and monochromatic and the design is simple and understated, this open plan kitchen displays a timeless style and elegance. The coordinating upper and lower cabinetry draws the eye to the iridescent white tile backsplash, while the yellow hues of the pendant lighting fixtures provide a soft ambiance to the space.