A two-tiered island features a cooktop with a ceiling-mounted vent hood above. Sculptural seating allows guests to sit and converse with the cook. Rich stained cabinetry and granite countertops create a harmonious palette with the neutral flooring and walls. Meanwhile, a long window provides access to the natural view.
Traditional Neutral Kitchen With Red Kitchen Island
Rustic wood floors, pine cabinetry and a red kitchen island give this kitchen a country look without being too literal. Traditional features like the stone backsplash, granite countertop and drawer pulls balance out the country elements.
Almost palatial in its scope, this grand traditional kitchen features two islands, two refrigerators and plenty of countertop surface for prepping and storage. For an additional touch of luxury, matching chandeliers help light the space.
Light gray and silver accents and a white tile backsplash add dimension to this traditional white kitchen. The pro-style gas cooktop is perfect for the master chef in the house. Marble countertops complete the polished, sophisticated look.
Neutral Transitional Eat-In Kitchen With Island With Cooktop
A cooktop in the island makes for easy meal prep, while green accents add a cheery ambiance to this neutral transitional eat-in kitchen. The kitchen belongs to a private residence at the St. Regis Hotel at Monarch Beach, Calif.
Two blue globe pendants add a hint of color to this neutral contemporary kitchen. Dark hardwood floors offset the gray and white cabinetry as well as the oversized kitchen island featuring a ceramic cooktop.
Removing all walls between the kitchen, dining and living room opened up the space dramatically. Sliding glass doors provide access to the large deck, while dark cherry cabinets pair with the light hardwood floors for a striking look.