The warm, earth-toned kitchen boasts exquisite craftsman style with exposed beams, warm wood cabinets and a small prep island with a butcher block countertop. Bar seating, a trio of stained glass windows and a built-in hutch in soft olive green complete the absolutely stunning design.
With the homeowners healthy, vegetarian lifestyle, this kitchen is truly put to work every day. Twin islands offer a place for prepping as well as dining, and the beautiful rift-cut oak cabinetry provide ample storage for kitchen essentials.
Wood Eat-In Kitchen With Large Island and Pool Table Light
This eat-in kitchen features lots of stained wood in the floor, cabinets, trim, and large island. Stone countertops provide work and prep surfaces, and an ornate pool table light hangs above the island.
Craftsman Meets Contemporary Open Floor Plan Living
As you enter this contemporary Craftsman-style home, you are greeted with a beautiful slate wall that helps divide the entryway from the main living spaces. The open floor plan combines an Arts-and-Crafts-style kitchen with a sleek yet comfortable dining and living room.
A low cabinet doubles as an island and separates this gorgeous Craftsman kitchen from the dining area. A white coffered ceiling and mixed flooring also help to delineate the two areas while still allowing them to have a unified feeling overall.
Neutral Craftsman Kitchen with Custom Wood Banquette
The new kitchen is bright and airy with updated lighting, new cabinetry, subway tile backsplash and lots of natural wood. Ben fashioned a custom banquette — a special request by Mackenzie as a feature that would remind her of the home she grew up in. The banquette was constructed from reclaimed wood flooring and the seating was butcher block to tie in with the wood countertops.
Though much of Artemesia was left intact during the multi-decade renovation, owner Leonard Fenton realized that to make the house marketable to contemporary buyers he would have to expand the kitchen. Older homes often featured functional, smaller kitchens rarely used by the home's occupants.
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.
A large center island provides extra counter space and storage in this Craftsman kitchen. One of the main goals for the kitchen remodel was to create more of an open feeling that would flow from one room to the next, as well as connect to the backyard.
The kitchen was made wide enough to accommodate two cooks and passers-through. Period-authentic light fixtures and fir flooring, to match the original flooring, were chosen to make the addition blend seamlessly with the original house.
Extra-Long Kitchen Island in Neutral Craftsman Kitchen
Three simple pendant lights illuminate the long island in this Arts and Crafts-inspired kitchen. Neutral cabinetry is complemented by granite countertops, while a stainless steel hood above the Wolf range adds a contemporary element to the space.