A decorative backsplash gives presence to the cooktop in this opulent traditional kitchen. Niches in the detailed cabinetry provide space to display collected pottery, while decorative pendants fit with the style of the space.
This view of the back of the island and sink area highlights the good traffic flow around the island and the designated work zones of the kitchen, so more than one person can cook at a time and guests can comfortably visit with the cook while meals are being made.
A stand mixer on the counter next to the kitchen’s stylish wine refrigerator with stainless steel and glass bowls has a high performance motor with a title-back mixer head that makes it easy to access the bowl and beaters. A collection of cookbooks on the counter next to the mixer with subjects ranging from easy weekday recipes for the super-busy home cook to casual spreads for every occasion offer lots of inspiration.
For a family who wanted a fresh, airy space where they could hang out together and entertain, designers went with all white in the kitchen. Countertops are quartzite and appliances (like the Miele double oven) are chef- grade.
Black-and-White Chef's Kitchen is Open, Family Friendly
For this renovation, the kitchen was opened up to the dining room and living room. Materials were carefully selected to ensure that the kitchen would be both stunning and functional. Soapstone and marble grace the countertops, while custom cabinetry in contrasting black and white provides much-needed storage.
Alabrije Collection of Statues Adds Pops of Color to Neutral Background
The background of this chef's kitchen was kept visually interesting but neutral in color. This allows for the vibrant Alabrije collection of statues from Oaxaca, Mexico to be celebrated to the fullest, added pops of color throughout the space.
This chef's kitchen is open and sleek, with a commercial gas range, custom stainless steel vent hood and broad marble backsplash that harmonizes with the home's white color palette. A large center island features a contrast finish, while an eat-in area takes advantage of the large windows and picturesque view. Custom shades can be lowered for privacy or to screen the sunlight.
Traditional luxury meets New England charm in the green and white bespoke chef's kitchen. Wraparound cabinets provide for every storage need and a central island is a gathering spot for hosts and guests alike.
White cabinets paired with black countertops and farmhouse sink surround this chef's kitchen, while the large island has the opposite effect with black cabinets and chic white countertops. Contemporary pendant lights hang above the island illuminating the workspace, which also functions as a casual dining spot with comfortable barstools.