Stainless Steel Countertop In Contemporary Kitchen With Light Wood Cabinets and Clerestory Windows
Light wood cabinetry and neutral pastel tiles soften the industrial look of the stainless steel countertop and appliances. A clerestory window lets in natural light to keep the space bright. The thin floor space is maximized by building the fixtures alone both sides leaving a clear isle and uncluttered counters.
Drop Ceiling Adds Depth and Dimension in Neutral, Contemporary Kitchen
A drop ceiling adds a touch of texture to the neutral, open-plan kitchen, dining room and living room in this Cape Town, South Africa, home. Sleek lines in the kitchen are balanced by floral pendant light shades, curved-back dining chairs and the organic grain in the wood flooring.
Contemporary Kitchen With Stainless Hood Above Island
A stainless steel vent hood hangs above the island stove in this contemporary kitchen, and stainless steel appliances are built into the sleek woodgrain cabinets. Heavy drapes peel back to allow natural light and bright color from the outdoor plants to stream into the neutral-hued space.
A pass-through window connects this contemporary kitchen to the living room for a design that feels open and connected. Warm brown cabinets create a welcoming vibe, and stainless steel appliances add sleekness to the overall look.
This gourmet kitchen features top of the line Thermador and Sub-Zero appliances, as well as a long island and generous dining set for effortless entertaining. After a day on the water, the owners and their guests can retreat out here for cocktails and a nice meal.
State of the Art Appliances in Contemporary Kitchen
Beautiful high ceilings create an open, airy feel in this spacious, open plan kitchen. A state of the art range hood hangs over a built-in stove top on a gray marble-topped kitchen island for a sleek look in this contemporary space.
Contemporary Neutral Kitchen with Brown Wooden Island
The original plan for the kitchen was to install hardwood floors, but Fixer Upper host Joanna Gaines opted instead for black and white tile, originally planned for use only in a butler's pantry, to give the entire kitchen added personality and a more dynamic look. Stained antique doors, a wooden island and copper elements help provide a warm counterbalance to the striking black and white.
Stephanotis floribunda climbs the pergola and so keeps the dining area below cool and shaded. To the right, an outdoor kitchen with a grill and bar ensures that the owners and their guests are never without refreshments.
Credits: Architecture: Koffka/Phakos Design; Landscape Contractor: New View Landscape; Pool/spa and Masonry: Darin Marten Construction; Metal Work: Salvador Delgado