In this kitchen from designer Barry Dixon, kitchen cabinets are constructed in limed oak on top and washed with buttermilk tones below. Concrete countertops are a soft mushroom color, and walls are tiled with acid-etched stone that is decorated with country herbs. The book stand, earthenware egg dish and amber glass canister jar are antiques.
The Masserall's new kitchen is completely transformed with new cabinetry, appliances, wood flooring and shiplap walls as seen on HGTV Fixer Upper. A patterned tile backsplash decorates the room against sage green cabinetry and matching wood-framed vent hood. While cabinets provide concealed storage, floating wood shelves create a space for decorative open display.
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 quant country kitchen features a beautiful neutral brick arched wall surrounding the stove area. A neutral marble tile backsplash adds a lovely polished contrast next to the brick and matte blue cabinets. A wooden kitchen island provides great work space, and a yellow ceiling brightens the room.
As fresh as a country day, this open plan kitchen features a handsome dark gray island with a soapstone countertop. The other counters are walnut, which blend well with the reclaimed oak floating shelves. Navy blue barstools bring in a subtle hint of color.
Designer Kelli Kaufer created this one-of-a-kind backsplash using her client’s prized collection of buttons (plus a few extras bought at garage sales and crafts stores). “I used a double-sided sticky mat,” she says. “Apply the mat to the wall and start placing the buttons. You may want to use the back side of the buttons as there are fewer ridges. Once the buttons are in place, apply a non-sanded grout just like you would grout normal tile. This will help hold the buttons in place.”
This beautiful, blue tile backsplash adds charm and color to this small, modern, country kitchen. Due to the limited space, designers kept the cabinets and walls a light, neutral color, but added warmth through the colorful backsplash, tying the whole space together.
A curious rooster peers into this pantry, where eggs are line up in cartons on the counter, their tan and creamy whites coordinating nicely with the blues, grays, and greens of the floral patterned wallpaper.
To give the family a casual eating area, designers had a large kitchen island installed in the center of the space. The addition of this element in the kitchen adds seating and functional counter space and storage space for the family.
The kitchen’s stainless Wi-Fi enabled counter-depth French-door refrigerator features an Obsidian interior that showcases the food inside, and separate evaporators in the refrigerator and freezer compartments that maintain independent temperature control.
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.