Crisp whites and stainless steel fixtures and appliances contrast with a honey-colored hardwood floor to turn this kitchen into a dynamic, inviting space. An open doorway and island connect it to the adjacent dining room.
To create a kitchen that's capable of entertaining and feels friendly enough for every day, designers incorporated durable, unfussy Caesarstone countertops, white oak millwork and adjustable lighting. The subtle light fixtures help the room transition gracefully from day to night.
The owners of this house collaborated with designers to create their dream kitchen, a space with an easy work flow and attractive aesthetics. Shaker-style cabinets reach all the way up to the ceiling for added storage and visual drama.
HGTV host and designer Genevieve Gorder takes on the challenge of converting her New York apartment and a recently purchased adjacent apartment into one beautiful home. Gorder takes on the floor demolition and other projects during the transformation on HGTV's "Genevieve's Renovation."