This elegant, shabby chic kitchen boasts sleek black countertops that pop against white cabinets. Stunning floral detail on the cabinets adds a lovely feminine touch, while a custom shelf creates a beautiful display of plates.
Shabby-Chic Kitchen Boasts Pretty White Cooktop Mantel
Pink and neutral, floral toile wallpaper surrounds this shabby chic kitchen boasting an elegant white cooktop mantel. A gold, floral tile backsplash keeps with the floral motif while adding to the formal feel.
This white cottage kitchen is a cozy space with light blue accents and a blue kitchen island. Blue ceramic vase on shelves above the countertop work area tie in with the blue cabinets. Mosaic tile backsplash adds texture a subtle color.
As seen on Rehab Addict, the kitchen in the Riley home was completely gutted. New cabinets, appliances and granite countertops were added. A white subway tile backsplash with dark-colored grout adds a vintage touch. In order to keep something from the original home, Nicole Curtis was able to salvage the hardwood floors.
The open concept kitchen pairs clean white cabinets with contrasting black countertops. White subway tile is used for a classic backsplash, while warm hardwood floors ground the space. Stainless steel appliances bring a modern touch to the cottage kitchen.
This late 1980s kitchen is updated by painting the oak cabinets a soft warm gray, refinishing the hardwood floors and installing granite countertops, a new apron-front sink, a bridge faucet, wire pendant lights and stainless steel appliances. For a distinct look, an unconventional size of subway tile (2x8) with dark gray grout is used for the backsplash.
An all-white color creates a timeless setting for the English cottage home. Long linear drawer pulls are added to the clean-front cabinets, which are clad in simple white countertops. Classic subway tile is used for the backsplash, and a brass light fixture adds a vintage note to the space.
As seen on Rehab Addict, the kitchen in the Riley home was completely gutted. Host and renovation expert Nicole Curtis added new cabinets, appliances and granite countertops. In order to keep something from the original home, Nicole Curtis was able to salvage the hardwood floors.