This modern kitchen features the popular panda white marble kitchen island with a waterfall edge. The black-and-white tones can also be seen in the kitchen's backsplash, beneath wooden, floating shelves.
Crisp white cabinetry and a waterfall kitchen island create a clean, fresh look in this modern kitchen. Oak flooring, stainless steel appliances and a neutral tile backsplash complete the updated space.
The waterfall kitchen island boasts a bright blue countertop that complements the red details found throughout the space. Concrete flooring connects the kitchen to the dining and living spaces, adding flow to the design.
A small contemporary kitchen adjacent to the family room serves small family gatherings and meals at the Atlanta Decorators Show House. A sleek waterfall island, white tile backsplash and black and white striped chairs set a posh atmosphere.
An island featuring a cool waterfall countertop is the focal point of this contemporary kitchen. Stainless steel appliances are integrated into the kitchen's sleek wood cabinetry for a streamlined look.
The large island in this transitional kitchen makes an attractive option for casual dining. Black barstools provide welcome contrast to the richly veined white marble that makes up the island's waterfall countertop and matching range backsplash.
Brilliant fall foliage inspired the bright yellow hue of the leather upholstery that covers a series of bar stools in the open concept kitchen of the 2014 HGTV Dream Home. They cozy up to a granite waterfall island that's nearly 16 feet long.
Sleek brown cabinets pair with light tile floors, stainless steel appliances and a bright marble backsplash in this contemporary kitchen. An island with a beautiful waterfall countertop is centered under track lighting in the middle of the kitchen, completing the striking design.
The dining area and kitchen in this home are in a relatively narrow space, but the clean, open design makes both spaces feel bigger. A small partition wall tastefully creates a entry way and the ceiling's paneling leads the eye across the entire area.
Under-cabinet lighting can make your kitchen feel a bit more homey, especially if you don’t have a chandelier or pendant lighting. Lighting is probably the fastest changing aspect of building right now with the introduction of many new LED fixtures, says Brad Cruickshank, owner of Atlanta-based Cruickshank Remodeling. Under-cabinet LEDs are great, too, he says. “No more flickering fluorescents and no more burning your hand on halogen or xenon lamps,” he says.