Wall-to-wall white paint, tongue-and-groove paneling and moody blue cabinetry gave the space new life. Removing the upper cabinets added to the kitchen’s spacious feeling and allowed subway tiles in a unique pattern to really shine.
This contemporary kitchen features a large center island with bar seating and an attached breakfast table, making this space truly the heart of the home. The kitchen opens up to the surrounding living areas for an easy flow throughout the home.
Turn to texture - Materials that have a naturally tactile quality are great for drawing the eye. Bricks, wood, metal and other highly textural materials can be put to good use to create the perfect focal point in this beautiful kitchen.
Modern Open Plan Kitchen Boasts Sleek, White Cabinets
A long countertop and long kitchen island fit the stretched, open design of this home. Dark gray concrete flooring adds an industrial feel to the smooth, shiny cabinets and black tear drop pendant lights. The black and white color scheme is a timeless and effective contrasting palette.
Shaker-style cabinets add a timeless quality to this transitional kitchen. A sleek range hood and contemporary drawer pulls combine for a pleasing contrast. The dark kitchen island and white cabinetry is balanced by a neutral tile backsplash.
Old World Kitchen With Glazed Floor-to-Ceiling Cabinets and Granite Backsplash
Mushroom-colored walls and cabinets, combined with golden granite countertops and custom wood moldings, complete this Old-World kitchen remodel. A large dark-finished island complements the neutral tones in the space.
There's no issue with cabinet space in this stunning kitchen. Tall, gray cabinets with ornate molding offer all the space you'd need for cookware, dishes and utensils. A stainless steel range is positioned with the cabinetry.
“When organizing a pantry, categorize, contain and label,” say the professional organizers at NEAT Method. The organizing part doesn’t cost anything but time; you will, however, have to shell out a few bucks for a label-maker or stick-on labels. Look for labels you can wipe clean and reuse, such as chalkboard labels.