As seen on America's Most Desperate Kitchens, this renovated kitchen space in Carmichael, California has been transformed into a state of the art space. The new design features an eat in kitchen with island seating for six, comfortable, leather chairs, updated, stainless steel appliances and a custom, easily accessible wine rack.
Beautiful high ceilings create an open, airy feel in this spacious, open plan kitchen. A state of the art range hood hangs over a built-in stove top on a gray marble-topped kitchen island for a sleek look in this contemporary space.
Because this historic Tudor home has such great bones, Bria Hammel Interiors focused on increasing the functionality of each room. In the kitchen, this meant reorienting the space towards the back of the house and making way for spacious countertops, state-of-the-art appliances, an island and a dining area.
The neutral, modern kitchen in this open concept home is as functional as it is stylish. Stainless steel appliances make food prep and storage easy, while the honey wood cabinets provide stylish storage for the space. An "L" shaped kitchen island adds functional counter space, while leaving room for several barstools on one side and a small breakfast table on the other, giving the space two casual dining options.
Resin cabinetry designed to mimic the look and feel of real wood adorns the kitchen at the 2016 San Francisco Decorator Showcase. Designer Martin Kobus selected the resin material used in the cabinetry and island's lower countertop both for its beauty and its resistance to wear and tear.
This kitchen features state-of-the-art appliances on a backdrop of custom cabinets -- meaning that the owners can enjoy functionality *and* storage. Meanwhile, a large medieval chandelier centers the space and nods to the home's regal sense of style.
We're not pretending that this stunning white kitchen designed by Lucy Earl, co-owner of the Michigan design firm Jones Keena & Co, is anything other than the highest end, but the pairing of elegant white cabinetry with vintage-inspired hardware is a lesson any homeowner can learn. "When the hardware is as big as this," explains Earl, "it becomes an important detail." The long polished nickel handles add a dramatic and glamorous touch to the kitchen. "We were going for a 1920s icebox look," notes Earl when discussing her choice of cabinet hardware from Christopher Peacock, "you can get a similar feeling by buying the small latch hardware they used in the 1920s," she adds.
This chef's kitchen has everything the owners could possibly need: floor-to-ceiling cabinets, a stainless range, an island for meal prep and a peninsula with four acrylic barstools for guests. For the sake of cohesion, the designers used a marble peninsula topper to match the marble backsplash.
Coated in a crisp white paint that matches the walls, the cabinets, cupboards and range hood all quietly recede into the background of this chef's kitchen. In turn? The space appears larger, and the dark gray island and stainless appliances stand out.
To replace the kitchen without a stove or oven, this modern marvel has state of the art appliances that make cooking a breeze. With a standard oven and a convection oven as well as a gas range, this kitchen adds plenty of cooking options, and with plenty of counter space and a large kitchen island, this kitchen is the perfect place to concoct culinary craftsmanship.
This state of the art kitchen boasts sleek surfaces, including the high gloss gray cabinets and built-in cooktop on the kitchen island. Brown granite is used for the countertop and backsplash areas, while track lighting illuminates the space.
The state-of-the-art kitchen features a meticulously designed chef's workspace, countertops of polished volcanic lava stone, subdued lighting and high-end cabinetry. The total cost for this kitchen was about $400,000, as seen on HGTV's Million Dollar Rooms.