White walls, large windows and a pretty pendant ensure that this kitchen is bright and airy for meal prep. Meanwhile, a cheerful blue accent wall, wood island and plaid stool all give the space a charming country touch.
This midcentury kitchen has everything: a stainless stove and range hood, a large island with an eat-in counter, ample cabinetry and a formal dining space just steps away. Four metallic barstools complete the space.
No home would be complete without a space where the owners can gather with friends and family. This kitchen works overtime by pairing the island with a dining set, so the chefs can easily chat with their guests.
The island in this modern kitchen is not only elegant, but it is also functional. The family was concerned with their lack of counter space, so the designers added some with the island. The extra long island has an extended countertop to give the family more room to prepare their meals. The family could also use the space as casual seating if they needed it.
Thick slabs of wood connected with butterfly joints tops this show-stopping kitchen island with a copper cabinetry base. This contemporary kitchen achieves elemental balance through the use of dark wood and metal, and light ceramic subway tiles and dark cabinetry.
Textured walls, wood floors and a spacious island with a gleaming wood countertop lend Old World appeal to this luxurious kitchen. Two iron pendant lights and a dramatic range hood serve as focal points, while creamy white cabinetry brightens up the opulent space.
A handmade wood countertop paired with a powerful gas range top creates an unlikely combination in this kitchen. Thanks to careful engineering, the combo is safe, making for a beautiful yet unexpected focal point in the space.
This farmhouse overlooking the Snoqualmie River Valley in Washington now has the open, airy feel of a fire look-out tower in a national forest. The wall that previously stood between the kitchen and dining room were removed, which allowed the family to add a continuous ribbon of windows around the space. These windows allow tons of natural light into the space and help make it more sustainable. As a tribute to the beautiful forest around them, the family had a custom kitchen island crafted specifically for this space.