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Open Kitchen with Large Island, Beamed Ceiling
A large kitchen island divides this renovated home's open living space and provides a clean-lined surface for dining and food prep. The design team removed downstairs walls to create an open-concept kitchen, dining and living area, exposing wood ceiling beams and adding unusual materials to create a space that blends rustic, industrial and modern elements.
This spacious open plan kitchen features traditional white cabinetry paired with a double-tiered breakfast bar and brown wicker stools. Hand-hewn walnut floors lead the way to the nearby dining room, while the other side of the kitchen provides access to a sweeping staircase and the second floor of the home.
Brown Mid-Century Modern Kitchen With Metallic Mosaic Tile
Upper and lower brown cabinets provide storage in this mid-century modern kitchen from designer Randall Waddell. The island matches the brown cabinetry with white countertop. Two silver bar stools mirror the reflective quality of the small gold, black and silver mosaic tile circling the kitchen above the countertops.
Brown, Traditional Kitchen with Stone, Marble, Wood
Custom finishes and a rich mix of stone, wood and marble create a functional chef's kitchen that's also a showplace in this castle-like Texas home. Weathered ceiling beams add warmth up above, while a solid stone surround and custom hood create a focal point out of the cooking area. A peninsula offers additional seating.
Stylish Open Kitchen With Sleek White Cabinets and Black Countertops
Fluorescent pendant lights illuminate this contemporary kitchen, which pairs together sleek white and light wood cabinets. Black countertops add contrast, while brown leather stools line the breakfast bar. The open floor plan allows quick access to the adjacent living room.
Brown wood cabinets with spare ornamentation provide a foundation for this craftsman-inspired kitchen. A neutral tile backsplash, painted cabinetry and a kitchen island balances the weighty feel of the heavy cabinets.
The building is designed by acclaimed architect Piet Boon and demonstrates his affinity for style that's simple, modern and organic. The chef-grade kitchen features integrated Viking and Smeg appliances.
Modern Kitchen With Spacious Island and Red Accents
This light and bright kitchen features dark brown wooden Shaker cabinets paired with white quartz countertops and a soft gray backsplash. Stainless steel appliances add a modern touch, while red flowers and countertop containers provide a pop of color.
Beautiful and functional, this commercial-grade chef's kitchen has two islands with stone inserts in the wood countertops. Hand-turned wood legs add a furniture-quality to the islands, while exposed beams and spherical chandeliers bring a rustic quality to the space. Tile tapestry inserts add visual interest to the floor and as an added bonus, the tiles are heated.
Traditional Kitchen with Counter-to-Ceiling Tile Backsplash
This traditional kitchen with inset wood cabinets and stainless steel appliances is decked from counter to ceiling with a brown mosaic tile backsplash and recessed lighting that gracefully illuminates the space.
This kitchen feels very light and sunny, but in a twist from the often seen all-white kitchen, this one layers neutrals like the soft tan walls, woven shades, brown tile backsplash and hardwood floors.
The beautiful floral accessories upon the elegant, white countertop adds interest and dimension to this kitchen. Designer Michelle Rohrer-Lauer added exquisite, colorful dishware and glass fronts to the existing kitchen cabinets to add visually appealing and decorative accents to the space. The design makes for an aesthetically pleasing, transitional-style kitchen with real-world functionality for the family.
Transitional Eat-In Kitchen With Neutral Color Palette
A long island provides extra counter space and a welcoming dining spot to create a true heart of the home where everyone can gather. A trio of pendant lights bring a contemporary note to the space, while hardwood floors add warmth underfoot.