The new open kitchen in the coastal beach house that Aubrey and Bristol renovated together, Aubrey brought in wood accents on the kitchen peninsula to go with the beachy theme, as seen on Flip or Flop Vegas.
Leanne Ford and her brother, Steve, replaced the existing lower cabinets with a custom, metal grate-fronted system that they powder-coated bright white and topped with a solid surface Formica countertop. Leanne's thoughtful design choices combined to create the look of a home that's been there for years — a far cry from the brand-newness of the original space.
Simple white cabinets surround this eat-in kitchen. A brown subway tile backsplash stands out against the bright white cabinets, and neutral stone countertops provide ample workspace. A trio of seagrass chairs creates a casual dining area at the counter space. A rustic wood island provides drawer storage and adds a touch of rustic charm to this elegant kitchen.
Rustic Neutral Kitchen with Custom White Dolomite Marble Island
As seen on Rock the Block, HGTV star Jasmine Roth created a bright space for a dining room next to a custom-built island covered with Dolomite marble and Northern California Dark Walnut with seating for eight, to transform the kitchen and dining area of her house and “rock” it to the highest increase in market value to win season one of Rock The Block.
A cool, exposed-bulb light fixture, leather dining chairs, and vertical wall planters combine to create a bright, relaxed dining space in Jasmine's California casual style home.
Contemporary Neutral Kitchen with Brown Wooden Island
The original plan for the kitchen was to install hardwood floors, but Fixer Upper host Joanna Gaines opted instead for black and white tile, originally planned for use only in a butler's pantry, to give the entire kitchen added personality and a more dynamic look. Stained antique doors, a wooden island and copper elements help provide a warm counterbalance to the striking black and white.