This light and bright kitchen features white wood cabinets paired with charcoal soapstone countertops and a light gray tile backsplash. Custom pendant lights hang above the kitchen island, while wall-to-wall windows above the sink allow natural light to blood the space.
Stylish white cabinets with a matching range hood line the wall in the open design of this eat-in kitchen. A decorative neutral and brown tile backsplash matches the hues in the copper-colored marble countertops. The water color look on the green, yellow and blue pendant lights adds life and color to the space.
Contemporary glass globe pendant lights keep with the airy feel of this kitchen by allowing light to pass through them. A black concrete countertop on the island withstands any kind of kitchen prep and serves as a grounding element in this space.
A built-in china cabinet and hutch features inset doors and lighted upper shelves, bringing modern convenience to this historic transitional kitchen. An antique bench was the source for the center island, which now features a new soapstone countertop. The hardwood floors are original to the house. A light, neutral palette keeps the kitchen feeling bright and open.
A dramatic, pearl-finish backsplash and contemporary stools modernize this renovated traditional kitchen for fashion-forward homeowners, packing it with charm and interest. Designer Marci Barnes expanded the original kitchen footprint and opened up the room to the dining area and attached sunroom to further update the space.
In the center of the kitchen is a waterfall island with classic marble countertop, oversized brass geometric pendants and blue faux leather stools with brass frames. The tile backsplash behind the oven is a geometric marble with metallic inlay, which creates a glamorous focal point.
When set against white walls, cabinets and a matching subway tile backsplash, the blue island and black barstools in this kitchen look even more dramatic. Two matte-black caged pendant lights complement the stools and so help tie the space together.
The all-white kitchen pairs classic cabinets with marble countertops, while the traditional pendant lights illuminate the functional yet stylish island. Contemporary barstools with yellow cushions add a small dose of color to the room. A tongue-and-groove ceiling add interest overhead.
The chocolate brown walls recede into the background, adding depth and comfort to this transitional bedroom. The slipcovered headboard and white hotel-style bedding give the room a more modern point of view in contrast to the antique desk and console.
The chocolate brown walls in this bedroom recede into the background, actually making the small room appear larger. The slipcovered headboard and crisp white bedding add a contemporary, hotel-like feel and provide contrast against the antique desk and console.
With all-white cabinets and a matching subway tile backsplash, this open plan kitchen called for countertops that would create a cool visual contrast. The designers chose a dark black -- almost onyx-like -- granite and added it to the island, too, to tie the space together.
A black range hood, wood countertops, light gray cabinets and a teal island put a PNW twist on this eat-in kitchen. The glass tile backsplash speaks to that design as well, as its dark hues evoke thoughts of a rainy day in Seattle.
Though defined by crisp white walls and cabinets, this kitchen features several boho-style elements, like the rattan barstools, wood cutting board and a worn runner. These balance the more modern elements and infuse the space with warmth.