The Kitchen Cousins were able to transform this space after taking out the old cramped broken stove that had a vent to the outside but did not work, this new cooking area will be a huge improvement in functionality, safety, and aesthetics of this kitchen. The new design not only looks great, but the green Moroccan back splash, adds a lot of color and life.
Traditional and contemporary styles blend seamlessly in this remodeled kitchen. Classic white cabinets pair with an edgy mosaic tile backsplash, and a traditional island is lined with contemporary barstools.
In this home's new kitchen addition, designers used pieces of the old kitchen space, such as the old cabinets and wood floors, to create the new one. Then, they added features such as open shelves, stainless steel appliances, subway tile and wrought iron chairs to create a visually interesting rustic, industrial eat-in kitchen.
Can you believe that this is actually the same kitchen as before? The skylight is the only give-away: everything else, from the bright blue cabinets to the geometric light fixtures and farmhouse sink, is brand new for the owners.
Designer Kari McIntosh Dawdy used her skills to revamp a charming 20's home that had a kitchen from the 80's. She selected white cabinetry, a gray countertop and backsplash, an industrial-styled light fixture and satin hardware to create a charming, transitional look that retained the home's old-world charm.
The previous kitchen in the couple's home was small and closed in with very little countertop or cabinet space. Brio Interior Design's renovations, though, have replaced the outdated stock cabinets and formica countertops with modern, custom cabinets and an elegant butcher block countertop. One set of lower cabinets extends across the exterior wall, while another set was created across the open kitchen to provide plenty of storage and counter space. The lower cabinets are painted black in warm contrast with the white subway tile walls and white upper cabinets. Details such as the beautiful pink flower and brass fixtures bring an exotic feel to the space.
Designer Kari McIntosh Dawdy's sense of fun was well-featured in this remodeled kitchen with the addition of a banquette and chairs in bright orange. Because the backdrop of the kitchen is in white and neutral tones, she was able to bring some modernity to this 1920's home in the accessories and colors of her design.