That steel gray subway tile extends from the sink to the stove, and so helps the kitchen to feel as cohesive as possible. The gray hue also complements the stainless appliances, and so further ties the space together.
Mixing up countertops in this transitional kitchen makes sense and strikes a cool counterbalance to the natural charm of the walnut cabinets. Quartz countertops and stainless steel appliances are a good match, too. Together, they strike the delicate balance between industrial and chic.
To create different spaces for entertaining, the landscape architects installed a counter that separates the sitting area from the outdoor kitchen. Here, the owners can use a stainless grill with outlets nearby for other essentials.
One push and the pantry opens. And that's not all -- the kitchen also includes an ice-maker, freezer and fridge that are all tucked out of sight, so the owners can enjoy their functionality without the visual clutter.
With stainless appliances, traditional cabinets and marble countertops, this open plan kitchen looks sleek and sophisticated. Recessed lights, in addition to a pretty pendant, reflect well on these brilliant surfaces and ensure that the space is well-lit into the evening.
The former dining room and pantry were combined to create this spacious white kitchen with a white subway tile backsplash and stainless steel appliances. Open shelving shows off colorful pottery and kitchen items, while a reclaimed wood kitchen island with a gray countertop provides ample space for food preparation.
From the recessed lighting overhead to the walls of cabinetry, this kitchen was designed with functionality in mind. The space also comes equipped with a sleek range hood, refrigerator, sink, expansive countertops and even a wine cooler.