This U-shaped kitchen offers a huge amount of storage below and some white upper cabinets that blend into the wall space. To keep the space clean and sleek, the ventilation hood was tucked behind a false cabinet panel. A thick, site poured concrete counter with waterfall edge was poured on site. Brass pendants and sconces complement the navy blue lower cabinets for that modern feel.
This small kitchen uses a retro black mini fridge, a small fitted stove and a combination of cabinets and open shelving to be fully functional without feeling claustrophobic. Natural light floods in from the window and bounces off the bright white walls, ceiling and marble countertop. Bowls of fruit and a collection of fresh flowers bring natural color to the room.
Contemporary barstools, reflective gray back splash and metallic glass pendant lights add shimmering style to this kitchen area. Shelving built into the bar and above the sink provides necessary storage for the smaller space.
In a small kitchen like this one, every inch of countertop and storage space is essential. To make more of both, the peninsula was extended and the soffits removed. White cabinets, backsplash and counters brighten up the look.
This modern, industrial kitchen features white cabinets, a range hood with shiplap and sheet metal, and industrial-feel pendant lights above the kitchen island. Guests can enjoy a cup of coffee at one of four bar chairs and enjoy an outdoor view from the kitchen window.
The clean, sleek look of this kitchen is achieved with navy blue and white cabinetry and a white subway tile backsplash. To add a modern element, thick concrete counters were poured on site to avoid any seams. Bright, turquoise blue stools and accessories are a fun pop of color. Brass dome pendant lights installed over the counter shine brightly against the white shiplap ceiling.
Its all about the wine in this small kitchen. Glass floating shelves house wine glasses, while the mobile island includes wine bottle storage. The island is trimmed with a stainless steel countertop and accented with wood cabinetry. A pair of wine bottle paintings add color to the space while gray kitchen counters complement the stainless island countertop.
The white walls and glossy white cabinets make the space appear larger while every surface is utilized to maximize space, such as the wall-mounted knife rack and a magnetic message center on the end of a cabinet.
In a compact kitchen, a narrow, wheeled cart can be a space-savvy alternative to a traditional built-in island. “This custom-made walnut and stainless steel kitchen island was designed to save space and provide flexibility in the kitchen,” say designers Roy and Jen Leone. “The countertop is character-grade walnut butcher block ordered online, while the stainless steel base was fabricated by a local shop in Brooklyn. The island design allows stools to tuck under and out of the way when not in use or during a party. Also, the entire island can be rolled and then locked into place with locking casters.”