This family of five needed a kitchen that fit their active lifestyle. The main goal of the kitchen remodel was to create an open plan that flows into the dining room and home office. Slate tile flooring and shared cabinetry connects the kitchen and home office, which also functions as the kids' homework center.
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.
Forest Green Marble Countertop, Large White Farmhouse Sink and Exposed Wood Beams in Craftsman Kitchen
Deep forest green marble countertops add gorgeous color to this kitchen design. A large, white farmhouse sink is fitted into the counter below the natural light of a trio of windows. Exposed wood ceiling beams compliment the wood finish of the island fixed under the lantern pendant light with heart trim.
This project provided an opportunity to bring some authentic Craftsman ideals to this graciously aging bungalow home in a fresh and innovative way. The owners care deeply about using appropriate details and materials that would be originally appropriate to their home.
They also made it a priority to source materials manufactured in an environmentally friendly and health-conscious manner, and to employ the talents of local craftsmen wherever possible.
Beautiful, Warm Craftsman Kitchen With Marble Topped Island & Brown Leather Barstools
The warm tones and finishes in this craftsman style kitchen create a welcoming design. A wood door refrigerator and freezer blend beautifully into the cabinetry. A long island is perfect for in-kitchen eating on the leather barstools with nailhead trim finish. Light, neutral marble floor tile and light walls keep the room bright.
Updated Craftsman-Style Kitchen With Green Backsplash and Stainless Steel Appliances
The owners of this craftsman-style home wanted a kitchen update that allowed them to keep existing appliances while improving the room's space plan. Shaker-style cabinets, quartz countertops and striking green subway tile give the space a whole new look that keeps with the architecture.
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.
Contemporary Craftsman Kitchen With Stained Alder Cabinets
Stained alder cabinets and granite counters are the backdrop for this contemporary makeover. The aim was to create a kitchen that felt and looked more spacious, had ample storage and created a connection with the backyard.