This traditional gray kitchen features a metallic pendant light above the breakfast nook, decorative print, fabric chairs and a wooden table and bench. Subway tile runs from the countertop to the ceiling near the white kitchen cabinets and door to the outside.
A small walkway continues from the wood pool deck to wood stairs descending into a pool level bar. The bar features white countertop and a white island in the center surrounded by a wood bench. Stone stools are built in underwater surrounding the bar feature for fun swim-up seating. A triangle canvas cover offers shade to the bartender for the perfect entertaining atmosphere.
Situated just off the kitchen, this dining area features large windows that showcase the home's impressive Belvedere Island location. A small, round dining table with four wooden chairs creates a casual yet intimate feel.
Comfortable neutral furnishings with a subtle diamond pattern provide a cozy sitting area around the television in this gray basement. A black kitchen island with a dark marble countertop creates a bar area perfect for entertaining. Unusual metal pendant lights provide bright light in the space and serve as an interesting art piece.
A wood countertop continues out from the kitchen to create an eat-in area with built-in wine storage underneath. White and light wood elements keep the space bright and simple. Burnt orange barstools pull up to the counter to provide seating for dining or working. Fruit and flowers add color to the space.
A vintage chandelier hangs over a rustic wooden table adjacent to a set of contemporary stairs. A contemporary kitchen with chocolate cabinets and a white marble eat-in island can be seen in the background.
Kitchen, dining and living areas breezily connect in this incredible cathedral-like great room. The soaring ceiling is broken up by the exposed wood beams and vertical lines of the pendant lights above the island.
On HGTV’s Fixer Upper, Joanna's design plan took into account the home's space constraints. Nonetheless, the kitchen features a generous sized island with bar seating where meals can both be prepped and served. A vintage refrigerator, vent hood, floating shelves and new wooden flooring completes the kitchen design.
Neutral gray and brown wooden accents define this modern dining space. An artful brass and red cord chandelier hangs above the expansive dining table with seating for a dozen guests, just steps away from the open concept kitchen with island seating.
This beautiful, eco modern kitchen is the focal point for the house. With natural elements, such as the live edge wood shelving, the natural green and yellow of the walls and the wood trim around the doors and windows, and the modern touches like the clean lines and smooth edges of the cabinets and the countertop, this design perfectly encompasses the homeowners' desire for a kitchen that reflects their love for nature as well as their attraction to the modern design style.
Everything in this interior was thoughtfully designed by Ana Claudia and her husband. In the kitchen, custom details stand out as unique statement pieces. Chevron brick tile creates a graphic display as the backsplash behind the kitchen stove. At the center of the kitchen, an island has been designed, blending stone and natural wood in an unexpected way. The mix of materials adds to the home’s story of midcentury meets modern design.
The kitchen’s white apron-front sink has a streamlined and versatile farmhouse style. The single bowl sink with touchless faucet sits next to a stainless built-in dishwasher, surrounded by a polished quartz countertop. “I choose pure white because of all the elements that were going on, especially with the brick, the woods, the stainless steel, the paint and everything else going on,” says designer Tiffany Brooks. “I wanted to add calm there to the perimeters of the kitchen.”
The Francis family asked the crew of Elbow Room for a flowing and functional kitchen and family room. To make this happen, Chip Wade and his crew enclosed the back deck and demolished several walls. To make up for lost space, the crew installed an oversized island to hold appliances and supply extra storage. They also added seating in the kitchen by building a banquette to wrap around the kitchen table and adding bar stools to the end of the countertop. The kitchen, then flows into the living room where the crew added comfort in two oversized chairs looking onto the fireplace.
This is the back wall of the kitchen, as seen from between the islands. The designers wanted one wide wall with nothing on it but the three AGA ranges and reclaimed wood shelves. As a personal touch, the homeowner asked the builder to use the most worn planks he could find!
This look at the backside of the island shows the easy-access drawers that provide ample storage space for various kitchen essentials. “There’s no hardware on the drawers,” says designer Brian Patrick Flynn. “We simply had wood notched out to create an integrated handle.”