Above the six-bay garage, the carriage house offers an open concept living area complete with an eat-in kitchen and sitting area by the fireplace. Warm wood paneled walls and a vaulted ceiling give a luxurious cabin feel to the space.
A copper range hood and rust red herringbone backsplash give handsome panache to the kitchen. Slipcovered barstools are a comfortable, yet practical touch. Designed by Bill Moore, Chris Reebals and Emory Ratliff
The front door and foyer open up to a large, family great room with a fireplace and formal dining area. An exposed ceiling beam and barn pendant lights help define the kitchen while still keeping it open to the rest of the living space.
Wood details pop against the stark white background of this kitchen design. Exposed beams above compliment the hardwood floor for a cohesive feel to the room. Wicker chairs with white backs and seats are lined at the large island for an eat-in space. Marble countertop adds a polished glow to the finish. A white brick wall brings subtle texture to the room as an understated accent wall.
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.
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.
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.
It's difficult to believe that this was once a living room, but it was. Then designers answered the homeowners' wishes for a larger kitchen and switched up the spaces. Now, tall windows look out onto a marsh and wide walkways make the room easy to work and play in. Cabinet color: Benjamin Moore Quarry Rock Semi Gloss; Flooring: Sea Green Quartzite 8x16, The Tile Source; Drawer pulls: Restoration Hardware Duluth Pull in Aged Brass; Island Pendants: Circa Lighting Goodman Large Hanging Lamp in Antique Nickel; Sconces: Circa Lighting Graves Pivoting Sconce; Counter Stools: West Elm Slope Stool in Leather
A bright blue island is bee-yoo-ti-ful in this country kitchen, a cheerful shot of color that freshens up the whole space. It's topped with a handsome wood counter; backless stools tuck neatly underneath.
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 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.
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.