To add character to the kitchen of a dated 90s tract home, designers put in moldings, a pretty arched range hood, marble countertops and board and batten paneling on the ceiling. Kitchen sink and faucet: Kohler; Range: Wolf; Range hood: Sub Zero; Lanterns: Entwined Oval Driftwood by Shades of Light; Countertops: Fantasy Brown by Arizona Tile
This kitchen seems to be all white, but actually slight variations of the shade make the look warm and not too sterile. Off-white cabinets complement low-maintenance quartz countertops. The backsplash is marble.
The updated kitchen has new hardwood floors, granite countertops, a subway tile backsplash, two pendant lights, and new stainless fixtures and appliances. The original lower cabinets and island were painted bright white, with modern hardware added. New upper cabinets are taller and offer more storage, and are a more appropriate height for the room, as seen on HGTV's Fixer Upper.
White cabinets line the walls of this kitchen, providing ample storage space and concealing the refrigerator. A large, beadboard-lined island with a granite countertop creates a convenient eating area.
To brighten and visually open up this kitchen, designers removed a dropped soffit ceiling and relocated a centralized pantry to a more tucked-away location in the back of the room. Pretty arched windows and a new range hood are the new and lovely focal points.
The gracious kitchen mixes pretty cottage style with Tudor details like the exposed beams and vintage-feeling pendants. To add a touch of color, a robin's egg blue was chosen for the backsplash and picked up again in the barstools.
This gourmet kitchen has all the charm of the original home's architecture with beautiful wood floors, lots of windows and unique details. But the amenities have been upgraded to keep the modern-day chef happy.