This kitchen's designer chose to install glass and stone tile vertically rather than horizontally for a unique backsplash in neutral tones. The stainless steel range hood and appliances blend well with the schema, and the natural wood cabinetry pulls the brown color from the tiles for a lovely fusion of shades.
This beautiful, transitional kitchen features a refreshing departure from more typical finishes, but also feels instantly classic. The black stainless design of the appliances from GE's Profile series also have clever connected features to make cooking easier, from preheating the double ovens with your phone or scheduling automatic replenishment of the dishwasher's detergent.
As seen on HGTV's America's Most Desperate Kitchens, a closet at the opposite end of the kitchen was converted into a pantry and is concealed by a custom barn door. The sink remains in the same place, but it the old, lackluster sink was replaced with a stainless steel apron front sink with a brushed finished. All the appliances in the space, including the sink, were upgraded to pro-level appliances, creating a chef's kitchen out of an outdated, cramped space.
This kitchen features white cabinets paired with gray and blue granite countertops that add an ocean-like feel. The refrigerator is concealed by a cabinet front, while the remaining appliances are a sleek stainless steel. The white glass bubble backsplash adds texture, as do the similarly bubbled glass pendant lights that hang over the island.
Lighted upper cabinets hold inset resin panels, a distinctive touch in this sleek and clean-lined kitchen. Charcoal tile continues up the backsplash and behind a slim, stainless steel hood, and appliances are built into pale gray cabinetry. Caesarstone quartz in white and gray adds polish that is balanced by industrial-style barstools and wood floors.
Integrated appliances and crisp, clean lines give this open-concept kitchen a streamlined, airy appeal. A custom stainless steel vent hood hangs above the professional gas range, resulting in a cooking station built for a chef. The in-island sink and double oven form a perfect work triangle, and a pot filler above the cooktop offers added convenience.
The elegant look in this space is created by the neutral color palette, gray subway tile with crackle finish and gray granite countertops with lots of veining. All of the appliances in the space except the new, stainless steel range were covered in paneling to create a seamless, sophisticated design. As seen on America's Most Desperate Kitchens.
This functional kitchen offers lots of storage with floor to ceiling cabinetry. The white quartz island is a continuation of the white canvas used on the floor and vanilla onyx with back lighting to accent the island. The stainless steel flush appliances give the space a sophisticated look.
Outfitted with stainless steel professional appliances, black cabinets and copper metallic accents, this modern corner kitchen is packed with design. Two lamp pendant lights hang above the narrow island with two stools and work perfectly with the floating shelves and white tiled backsplash. The large walk-in pantry can be accessed from the door between the kitchen sink and gas range with hood.
The open expanse of the kitchen allows a peek into the butler's pantry on the left and the living room on the right. Gilt iron lanterns over the island pay homage to the homeowners' love of French New Orleans style and are a graceful complement to the stainless steel and nickel finishes of the faucets and appliances.
The white, plank board vaulted accentuates the open and spacious design of this kitchen. A large island is topped with marble countertop and lined with red-brown leather bar chairs. A stainless steel cabinet brings a unique element to the room and matches the kitchen appliances. A herringbone hardwood floor brings an element of warmth to finish the bright room design.
The updated kitchen has new hardwood floors, granite countertops, a subway tile backsplash, two pendant lights, and new stainless fixtures and appliances. The original lower cabinets and island were painted bright white, with modern hardware added. New upper cabinets are taller and offer more storage, and are a more appropriate height for the room, as seen on HGTV's Fixer Upper.
This kitchen, designer Amy Finley's own, is all about common sense. The kitchen is the gathering place for her five children and for weekly dinners with extended family. Things stay hot in this minimalist kitchen with custom La Cornue appliances, radiant-heated limestone floors, a stainless steel meat counter and hidden warming drawers. The ceiling centerpiece, commissioned metal artwork by an artist from Venice, Italy, was specifically designed to diffuse the bright San Diego sunlight from the skylight.
The concept for this kitchen was function with LOTS of storage. By creating floor to ceiling cabinets the storage was maximized. One of the ways to have easy access to elements inside the cabinets was to create full panel drawers inside the island. The white quartz island is a continuation of the white canvas used for the floor and a vanilla onyx with back lighting to accent on the island. The stainless steel flush appliances give the space a sophisticated look.
The designers at Brio Interior Designs transformed a small, cluttered kitchen into a Midcentury masterpiece. Walls were demolished to create an open concept concept design throughout the house. Large bottom cabinets replaced the metal shelving the couple was using for storage, and their outdated appliances were replaced with state of the art stainless steel ones. Designers then added details that show off the couple's personality, such as the red patterned rug that adds a bit of flair, while modern light fixtures help the large windows over the countertop to provide light to the kitchen.
The stunning chef's kitchen boasts a combination of sanded stainless steel, granite countertops and hand-cut painted glass tiles. The kitchen is organized with sleek and ergonomincally functional cabinets, allowing its top-of-the-line applicances to be concealed yet easily accessible. The appliances include: a gas stove with a warming drawer, double ovens, an induction cooktop inset into the granite island, two dishwashers strategically placed on each side of the sink and a side-by-side refrigerator and freezer. Two walk-in pantries allow for ample storage of both food and china dishware.
This kitchen was transformed from a dark space with a tiny island to an open, airy concept with a nine foot island and open shelving for a casual, modern restaurant feel.
In order to compensate for removing the original upper cabinets, custom-made stainless steel shelves and a full wall of storage were added. The storage wall contains extra-deep cabinets throughout and a cubby area for small appliances like the toaster. The cabinets next to the double wide commercial refrigerator are actually tall pull-outs for added storage. Family durable materials such as wrought iron and wood stools were used so nothing is too precious to enjoy.
The owners of this high-rise apartment wanted a functional, modern kitchen, so designers revamped the original galley kitchen to give them what they needed. The galley design provides counter space on each side of the room, allowing for plenty of prep space, while new upper and lower cabinets add storage. Outdated appliances were replaced with new, stainless steel versions. To get the modern look homeowners had hoped for, designers made use of the natural light that comes into the space from the bay windows overlooking the city. Then, they installed two-toned cabinets, a three dimensional tile backsplash and a modern breakfast area to provide the elegant, modern design the homeowners longed for.