A butcher block countertop holds up to daily use, while also serving an aesthetic purpose by adding warmth and texture. White shaker-style cabinets give this kitchen a classic look. Black barn style pendant lights hang over the kitchen island.
The details in this South Carolina low country kitchen are absolutely perfect. The stainless steel of the cabinet hardware adds to the neutral, serene feeling in the space and nicely compliment the distressed, white cabinets. The backsplash, made of white subway tile, makes an elegant addition to the space, giving it a clean, timeless look.
The eye is immediately drawn to the vibrant purple oven that pops against the gray cabinets and creamy walls in this country-style kitchen. A gray tile backsplash helps connect the lower cabinets to the upper cabinets and matching range hood. Dark hardwood flooring completes the look.
This creamy country kitchen features an all-brick fireplace wall sourced from the home's original chimney. The elaborate tin ceiling counterbalances the more rustic butcher block countertops and unadorned dining area furniture.
This kitchen combines design aspects of traditional country style such as natural lighting and detailed cabinetry, with contemporary elements such as patterned furniture and stainless steel appliances. Designed by Laura Umansky.
The homeowners loved the idea of having a butcher block countertop, so designers added one section of butcher block on the side of the stove. This section gives the space a bit of warmth that complements the brass drawer pulls and door knobs on the cabinets.
This neutral kitchen features antique white cabinets and a beadboard ceiling. A tin range hood and crystal chandelier add elegant touches, while a kitchen island with a wood countertop provides extra room for food preparation.
“Painting just one wall can completely transform a room,” says Erika Woelfel, VP of color for Behr Paints. “Pull your inspiration from existing kitchen decor, your favorite foods or BEHR Color Trends to find a color that suits your space.” The intense green accent wall in this photo is Behr’s Japanese Fern.
Natural wood elements and white details create a beautifully balanced look in this open, eat-in kitchen. Built in bench seating gives an island-like effect to the center of the room and surrounds the wood dining table with unique, colorful base. Rectangular track lighting compliments the shape of the dining set up and mimics the industrial influence used throughout the space.
The large island under the window serves as a baking center for this traditional kitchen. The marble top is perfect for rolling dough, while the open shelf beneath puts mixers on display. A large built-in shelf houses decorative dishes.
This beautiful South Carolina home has been given an elegant country makeover. The neutral palette of the space is serene and inviting, while the dark cabinet accents compliment the light, airy feel of the kitchen with some warmth. The white, glass front cabinets give the space a farmhouse touch, and the stainless steel appliances add a rustic, timeless elegance.
Kitchens serve as not only a place to prepare meals, but also a main gathering space in the home. Look through these pictures for great kitchen design ideas and be inspired to create a new look for your kitchen.