The designers removed a wall to open up this modern kitchen and reveal a sweeping architectural window. The renovation included an island topped with sleek, white Caesarstone quartz. White oak cabinets and wood floors bring an organic, earthy element to the space.
High ceilings and modern, white tones make the galley kitchen in this Austin, TX urban home a place for gathering. With lots of recessed lighting, plenty of white oak cabinets for storage and a large marble island, guests won't have any trouble moving around the space preparing for a dinner party.
American white oak is used for the contemporary custom cabinetry in a light-filled industrial loft in New York City. The same 12-inch width was used for the floors and cabinets. The project by Desai Chia Architecture won a 2018 AIA Institute Honor Award for interior architecture.
To maintain the neutral color palette throughout the home, designers added bleached white oak display shelves and white matte cabinets to the sitting area. Across from this vignette, a laundry room is concealed in a hidden corner of this space, making the most of the home's square footage
Quarter-sawn white oak lends this kitchen an updated modern-cabin feel. Tall banks of cabinets bookend the room and provide ample yet understated storage, and concrete countertops add a touch of rusticity.
A large island offers plenty of space in this clean and modern kitchen. The white cabinets and silestone countertop elegantly contrast with the oak floors and the island's wood paneling while keeping the space light and airy. The gray tile wall adds graphic interest and effortlessly pairs with stainless appliances.
Just past the kitchen, this spacious, casual dining space features chic, gray chairs, oak flooring and a drum pendant light. Built-in white cabinets provide ample storage for dishware and serving tools. To finish off the design, dark wood trim adds contrast to the bright, neutral space.
Originally, this kitchen's layout was asymmetrical with a large refrigerator positioned on one side of the wall. Splitting up the freezer and fridge allowed the window, appliances, sink and cabinets to be centered in between them.
As seen on Home Town, the Carson’s Laurel, MS house had a cramped kitchen and was lacking personality before renovations by hosts Ben and Erin Napier. After renovations, the home now features an updated larger French Country styled kitchen complete with new limestone countertops, stainless steel appliances, new wall and floor tile, distressed cabinet doors and a custom built white oak prep table built by host Ben Napier.
After renovations, the home now features an updated larger French Country styled kitchen complete with new limestone countertops, stainless steel appliances, new wall and floor tile, distressed cabinet doors and a custom built white oak prep table built by host Ben Napier.
The end of the kitchen island is covered in the same hand-scraped solid White Oak planks as the refrigerator and freezer to complete the homeowners' request for something organic and unique. The planks are arranged in a chevron pattern to add a fun detail to the island and refrigerator and freezer. To offset the weight of the cantilevered countertop that extends from the island's base cabinets, brass poles were added to the outer corners of this piece. These brass poles match the brass fixtures in the rest of the kitchen, creating a continuous design throughout the space.
Lucite dining chairs enhance the open, airy feel of this space since light easily travels through them. White oak floors and white Shaker cabinets effortlessly brighten the room. A large peninsula connects the dining and kitchen areas while also defining the two distinct spaces.