This historic kitchen's original configuration was tricky because it didn't have much storage or room for modern appliances. New cabinetry and clean stucco arches protect the Mediterranean aesthetic and fit around a stainless steel refrigerator. A kitchen island answers the more storage call.
In this small New York City apartment, opening the kitchen wall allowed the kitchen design to spill into the living area, offering additional storage, seating and a bar. Matching black cabinetry ties the bar and kitchen together, and crisp white walls keep the space feeling bright and clean.
The studio's kitchen is partly concealed, allowing the living and dining areas to take centerstage. However, the small kitchen won't be upstaged. Glass-front cabinets, a bold backsplash and a colorful rug keep the space feeling fresh and lively.
This kitchen may be small, but it is certainly big on style. Sleek black cabinets with frosted glass panes and classic white tile give the space a timeless look. White pendant lights illuminate the breakfast bar and sink below it.
White ceramic tiles with a contrasting black grout set the tone for this modern black and white kitchen. A peninsula helps create space in the small kitchen, and bright yellow stools add a super fun pop of color.