Contemporary Kitchen With White Quartz Countertops
Horizontal-grain Sapele Mahogany cabinets are topped with white quartz for ease of maintenance in this sleek, contemporary kitchen. A glass tile backsplash in shades of cream, gray and blue continue the horizontal aesthetic.
The grey stained maple cabinets are a horizontal pull style to add to the modern feel of this kitchen space by HGTV's Property Brothers. A white subway tile backsplash adds a touch of the traditional. The new grey/cream/blue quartz countertops and stainless steel appliances give this kitchen a fresh feel.
The wet bar in this contemporary kitchen has a backsplash made up of white subway tile and stainless steel inserts. The sleek horizontal cabinet hardware mimics the lines of the backsplash, while the stainless steel wine fridge matches the glass-front stainless steel cabinets above.
Soft gray walls give this open-concept kitchen a fresh, bright feel while Modern horizontal cabinets, a sleek hood vent, and industrial polished light fixtures deck out this beautiful kitchen and breakfast bar.
Spacious Midcentury Modern Kitchen With White Subway Tile Backsplash, Woodgrain Cabinetry and Orange Accent Wall
Horizontal cabinet woodgrain and a backsplash wall made with long subway tiles compliment the long, spacious design of this kitchen. A blood orange accent wall pops at the back of the room. Recessed lighting and the use of white throughout the space makes for a bright and open look.
Deep Orange Accent Wall in Bright Midcentury Modern Kitchen With Woodgrain Cabinetry
Horizontal woodgrain cabinets compliment the long, horizontal backsplash tile in this midcentury modern kitchen. A vertical woodgrain finish over the refrigerator and on the blood orange accent wall creates a cool, perpendicular look accenting the sharp, clean lines of the design. Large amounts of white keep the room feeling spacious and open.
The 2011 HGTV Dream Home's kitchen perfectly combines maple floors with charcoal-finished cabinets, quartz countertops, and high end appliances to create a sleek, modern chef's kitchen. A breakfast bar for less formal meals and frosted glass bring function to this designer space.
Sleek Cabinets Against Crisp Mosaic Tile Backsplash
Ultra thin mosaic tiles run horizontally along this kitchen's backsplash, creating subtle contrast against the vertical grain of the sleek cabinets. Linear cabinet pulls complete the contemporary look.
Contemporary Kitchen With Sleek, Exotic Wood Cabinets
Afrormosia wood cabinets with horizontal graining lend a sleek yet warm look to this contemporary kitchen. Finishing the cabinets with simple, beautifully crafted satin nickel pulls adds a tasteful, architectural flair to the space.
Strong horizontal lines and updated fixtures give this striking transitional bathroom a spa-like feel – from the exciting, contemporary vessel sink and functional wood cabinets to the shimmering lighting and stunning, circular mirror.
Neutral Glass-Front Cabinets in Charming Country Kitchen
A tile stove backsplash shines next to the matte cabinets in this country kitchen. Horizontal paneling provides a great backdrop for the tall cabinets. Glass doors on the upper cabinets allow the green dishes to serve as colorful accents while keeping the space organized.
Stainless Steel Range Hood Over White Subway Tile Backsplash in Midcentury Modern Kitchen
A rich orange accent wall and red stove knobs bring warm pops of color to this kitchen design. A stainless steel range hood is fixed between sleek white cabinets over a subway tile backsplash. The horizontal tile compliments the woodgrain finish of the lower cabinets.
Kitchen Sink With Rustic Wood Cabinetry & Black Countertop
Upper and lower cabinets feature a natural wood finish, while untreated wood boards run horizontally, creating a backsplash that complements the rustic design. Three black pendant lights match the black countertop and lower cabinet drawer handles in this spacious kitchen.
Modern Gray Galley Kitchen Is Sleek, Sophisticated
This 8-foot-wide modern kitchen hangs a turn into the adjacent dining room. To make it appear larger, the designers continue the horizontal lines down the long kitchen both in the kerf, or incised line, of the cabinets and the flooring. The cabinets reaching the ceiling draw the eye up as well.