High ceilings and a bright, white color palette gives the Victorian-style tile backsplash plenty of room to shine in this modern kitchen. The space is designed for function and flow, providing lots of storage and a dining table that extends out from the kitchen island.
A pre-existing curved wall served as a springboard for the design of this ornate custom kitchen. Step back in time with spherical cabinets, armoires that hide two refrigerators and two curvaceous islands prepped for cooking. Carved lions, leaves and grapes on maple and cherry wood surfaces took nearly eight months to complete, and the details give the kitchen a traditional, lived-in flair, while still being functional. The final look is reminiscent of 19th-century craftsmanship.
This spacious neoclassical kitchen features light gray cabinets paired with gray granite countertops. Victorian style pendant lights hang above a large kitchen island, illuminating a small sink that makes food preparation and cleanup a cinch.
This kitchen island features traditional neutral cabinetry and gray granite countertops. Built-in stainless steel appliances are located on one side of the island, while wooden stools with blue velvet cushions line the other. A glass front cabinet with a diamond mesh pattern is positioned at the end, showcasing fine china.
This classically styled kitchen features a spacious wet bar with light gray cabinetry and gray granite countertops. Decorative red wallpaper adds a rich accent, while a small sink and wine cooler make it easy to prep drinks and other kitchen items.
Create an intentional break in the cabinets by adding another component to a wall. In an Atlanta Victorian home, designer Jenn Ryan Designs separated the row of upper cabinets with a section of small shelves that holds spices and keeps cookbooks handy.
This neoclassical kitchen features floor-to-ceiling neutral cabins paired with metallic crown molding and a red-orange accent wall. A spacious kitchen island is positioned at the center of the room and provides three stools casual dining at the gray granite countertop.
This spacious kitchen features wall-to-wall light gray traditional cabinetry paired with gray granite countertops. Light gray ceramic tiles are positioned in a diamond pattern to create a backsplash, while stainless steel appliances complete the look of the space.
Custom-designed, Pennville cabinets, combined with playful, Moroccan mosaic tile and exaggerated brackets and screens make this kitchen both modern and traditional.
The mosaic tile was found on a trip to Morocco and imported back home.
Corbel brackets and Victorian, square section pilasters help to frame this working kitchen alcove.
In order to try and make the traditional brackets and room screens a little more modern, the sizes and proportions were exaggerated.
The delicate balance of old and new, as well as connecting the great room and dining room, makes this traditional English Country kitchen a vibrant social destination for family members and guests alike. Looking up at the ceiling is a special treat when one notices the unique Victorian chandelier that completes the room.
Mix things up by painting your top cabinets a darker lighter color than the bottom cabinets. The owners of this updated Victorian home in Atlanta worked with Jenn Ryan Designs used simple, white subway tile to bridge the light and dark hues. They broke up the row of upper cabinets with a section of small shelves that holds spices and keeps cookbooks handy.
Much of the home's main living quarters have an open concept design broken up by a charming red brick chimney with fireplaces on either side. Here, that's demonstrated with a sitting room and the kitchen.
The unique curved footprint of this room is a hallmark of its Victorian architecture, while its decor is spare and modern. The design team and homeowners updated the kitchen, baths and living spaces in this classic Victorian house to function well for a 21st-century family.