The bold polka dot wallpaper and custom pop art continue into the adjacent kitchen and dining area. Here, dark wood cabinets provide a rich contrast to the white walls, while recessed and pendant lights ensure that the room is well-lit for meal prep.
The kitchen actually comes with two sinks: one for meal-prep and a second for washing dishes. When matched with a large picture window and wood shelves, this space has all the fresh, farmhouse style of a project on Fixer Upper.
Vivid colors, fanciful patterns and rustic details define this 6,000-square-foot mountain ski home in Park City, Utah. Bright, saturated fabrics and bold patterns mingle with metal finishes and woods to create a dramatic yet rustic tone. The design team seamlessly blended the client’s love of pattern and color with the ruggedness of the Park City landscape.
A thread of bright yellow runs through this mostly white kitchen, emphasizing this young family's desire to create a happy, whimsical space that welcomes creativity. The long island accommodates six barstools, turning the kitchen into a convenient gathering space. Woven pendants provide task lighting and add to the room's symmetry, while open shelving offers a stylish storage solution.
Those wood beams actually work overtime, both infusing the space with warmth and drawing the eye to the far wall. Here, a farmhouse sink and floating shelves give the owners a stylish station for washing dishes.
Fun, fresh and perfect for entertaining, this eclectic style home has many standout features throughout its open concept kitchen, dining, and living area. In a neutral color palette of gray and white, the bright blue bar stools add an awesome pop of color. Unique and big enough for entertaining, this long wood dining table with white chairs is perfect for this space and gives additional character and charm.
For an unexpected bohemian touch, designer Brooke Wagner added two shibori chairs to the dining table. Thanks to their neutral print, they pair well with the other chairs while adding a little visual interest.
In this white, bright and eclectic kitchen, a long island provides ample space for the young family to gather. The room opens to a casual dining space that overlooks a fun family room complete with a teepee for the kids. The whole house is designed as a playful haven for the family to have fun together.
Designers wanted to create a stylish, functional space in this eclectic kitchen so they added a large, multi-function kitchen island. On one side, sleek black cabinets create a chic design, but they also house several cabinets and drawers to give the kitchen lots of storage. On the other side of the island, gray paneled cabinets provide even more storage and orange bar stools provide casual seating at the breakfast bar.
This open-concept kitchen is equal parts airy and artful, with crisp white walls and unexpected details, like the twisted chandelier in the room’s center. Custom plaster not only disguises a sleek Viking ventilation system, but also echoes the lines of the red tile flooring.
Beautiful rustic wood cabinets complement the wood-topped island in this open, eclectic kitchen. A mix of recessed lighting and pendant lights highlights the stainless steel countertops and triple stainless steel sinks.