White quartz countertops are a bright finishing touch for this midcentury modern kitchen, enhancing the room’s open and airy feel. The designer maintained the space’s original curved layout and incorporated a raised bar between the kitchen and family room to define the two areas.
Stainless steel appliances, recessed lighting and glass-front cabinets are hallmarks of this transitional kitchen featured on HGTV's Buying and Selling. A neutral backsplash coordinates with the heavy stone countertops.
This kitchen, featuring light bluish-gray painted cabinets, a large island, stainless steel appliances, and white marble countertops, has everything needed for the home or guest chef to create perfect family meals or large gatherings.
This traditional eat-in kitchen features an island with a prep sink and stacked stainless steel appliances perfect for creating a family meal. The space also features an open floor plan with an adjacent dining area.
Lots of space allows for easy maneuvering around the island and throughout this modern kitchen. Woodgrain cabinetry creates a sleek look and light countertops brighten the room. A yellow, black and gray glass tile backsplash adds a touch of color to the design. Stainless steel appliances fit perfectly with the modern look.
To create a functional kitchen, designers replaced the home's outdated appliances with stainless steel ones. These state of the art appliances make preparing, cooking and serving food much easier for this family that loves to entertain.
This modern kitchen boasts a mosaic tile backsplash in neutral tones to complement the gray and white marble countertop, and hardwood cabinetry and floors. The appliances are stainless steel, including the six-burner stove with hood and the wine refrigerator
A stainless steel range hood and oven are surrounded with beautiful woodgrain cabinetry. A gray backsplash adds a darker tone to the bright white walls and countertops. A large window behind the sink looks out to the outdoor dining area.
The amenities in this kitchen make the space perfect for the homeowners and their growing family. A large kitchen island adds storage, counter space and additional seating, while state of the art appliances such as an oven, convection oven, microwave and gas stove make meal prep easy.
Finding unexpected pieces to accent your island or bar can give you a designer look without the pricetag, says designer Diane Foreman of Neil Kelly Company. The whimsical curved table leg supporting this island was just $80 online, but Foreman says it’s often mistaken for a custom piece.
These pendant lights are a classic look that won’t go out of style too quickly. “You have to be careful with something that most people feel like is a pretty permanent addition,” says designer Nancy Keenan of Harris Park Homes. Similar lights with a schoolhouse look and a white opal glass shade can be found at home improvement stores for under $70.