The incredibly spacious kitchen includes room to dine at the island and a small dining area to accommodate four or five. Recessed lighting combined with pendant lights above the island and the large bay window fill the space with lots of light. Light hardwood flooring makes the kitchen feel that much brighter.
Contemporary Eat In Kitchen With Charcoal and White Pattern Rug, Natural Wood Dining Table and Textured Cabinet Finish
A tall, natural wood table compliments the finish of the hardwood floor and wood countertops. A gray and white graphic rug spices up the smooth, solid color elements throughout the space. Tall bar chairs match the industrial feel of the light fixture above. A textured finish over the white cabinets gives an extra touch of detail.
New, White Cabinets and Stainless Steel Dining Table in Bright, Contemporary Kitchen
As seen on HGTV's Good Bones, Karen E. Laine and Mina Starsiak removed a wall to enlarge this kitchen and bring it forward in the floor plan. The team added new, bright cabinets for plenty of storage and stainless steel appliances and dining table to make this space clean and modern. To give the kitchen a little color, teal dining chairs and live flowers were put in place, creating a warm, inviting contemporary kitchen.
This spacious kitchen offers a chic coastal vibe with its ocean blue pops of color and sunny view of the outdoor patio. White cabinets provide a beautiful contrast to the gray tile backsplash, while a dark brown island with a black granite countertop offers extra space for casual dining.
As seen on HGTV’s Property Brothers, this kitchen was redesigned with gray-stained maple cabinets, quartz countertops, stainless steel appliances and stainless steel pendant lights above the island. The wall between the kitchen and living area was removed, creating a more open look and a better flow between rooms. As a finishing touch, the new breakfast bar was outfitted with modern-rustic barstools.
Contemporary Eat-In Kitchen With Frosted Glass Cabinets
Frosted glass cabinets reveal organized and easy storage in this contemporary kitchen. White leather chairs pop against the black dining table that transitions to a granite-topped island. Stainless steel details complete the sophisticated look.
Contemporary Eat-In Kitchen With Glass Dining Table
Lots of natural light flows in from a large bay window to illuminate the contemporary glass dining table with wood chairs. The small dining area flows seamlessly into the kitchen with white cabinetry and a large central island.
This kitchen features a surprising gray and white palette. The barstools and cabinets have been painted charcoal gray. Black and white graphic wallpaper, stainless steel appliances and a mod chandelier add sizzle.
Contemporary Kitchen and Dining Area With Round Glass Table
A round glass dining table adds seating capacity without hindering the visual flow of this contemporary dining space. A mosaic tile backsplash in the kitchen accentuates the upscale cabinetry and the elevated ceiling, and a large island provides food prep and casual dining space.
Contemporary Kitchen With Large Island and Black Countertops
A large island provides additional counter space for convenient meal preparation in this streamlined kitchen. Minimalistic pendant lights illuminate the island's work space and bar area without obstructing the line of sight, keeping the space feeling open and airy.
This contemporary kitchen features an open floor plan that allows room for a small glass dining table and four silver dining chairs. The cabinets are charcoal gray which accent the concrete flooring. Windows maximize natural light.
Lighted upper cabinets hold inset resin panels, a distinctive touch in this sleek and clean-lined kitchen. Charcoal tile continues up the backsplash and behind a slim, stainless steel hood, and appliances are built into pale gray cabinetry. Caesarstone quartz in white and gray adds polish that is balanced by industrial-style barstools and wood floors.
Family-Friendly Eat-In Kitchen With Durable Materials
This kitchen was designed for efficiency, openness and family interaction. Durable materials reduce the need for painting and aid in ease of cleaning. The high, north-facing clerestory windows flood the interior with natural light.