Gray cabinets framed with white molding add visual interest to this small kitchen area. A tray ceiling with recessed lighting adds height to the space and brightens the room with white beadboard. A wood island juts off the the sleek counter space, providing a casual dining space and extra storage for wine bottles. Glass-front cabinet doors allow the yellow cabinet interior to shine through for a pop of yellow, which complements the yellow undertones of the tile backsplash.
Transitional Gray Eat-In Kitchen With Breakfast Bar
Having designated areas for specific tasks, like an island prep area and cooking alcove, creates an efficient flow in this kitchen. A pair of chandeliers add elegance and anchor the space. The curved island lends itself to effortless entertaining and casual meals at the breakfast bar.
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.
Light Gray Cabinetry Complements White Island in Sleek, Custom Kitchen
Custom cabinetry in a light gray finish lines the perimeter of this kitchen, making the bright white island stand out. Lighted upper cabinets feature inset resin panels, and under-cabinet task lighting is helpful for food preparation. Oil-stained wood floors tie in with wood-topped swivel barstools and warm up the space.
Eat In Bar, Built in Cabinetry and Stainless Steel Appliances in Small Gray Kitchen
This design embraces the size of this kitchen and the asymmetry of the built-in cabinetry by staining some of the cabinets a deep espresso color and leaving the cabinets on the primary wall (with stove and microwave) in a lighter maple. A fun touch visible in this photo is that the end of the peninsula is painted in chalkboard paint. Red accents, including a large clock, add pops of color throughout the space.
Neutral gray paint and plum-colored wallpaper on an adjacent wall bring drama and texture to this small eating nook. Three wicker chairs complement the cozy square table, which is functional for eating and entertaining under a soft birdcage pendant light.
This kitchen in tones of gray, white, and mint green has a distinctive modern look. Minimalist cabinets offer plenty of storage and the small dinette with upholstered gray seating and contemporary white dining table provides a place to enjoy a light meal or cup of tea. The distinctive lighting fixtures contribute to the modern look. An elegant white flower arrangement in blue vase adds color while the white subway tile backsplash adds visual interest. A separate kitchen island with white counter and matching dark wood adds both style and function.
A wall of sliding glass doors floods this modern kitchen with natural light, creating a fresh, breezy atmosphere. Crisp white cabinets provide striking contrast against the kitchen's deep charcoal gray walls.
Contemporary glass globe pendant lights keep with the airy feel of this kitchen by allowing light to pass through them. A black concrete countertop on the island withstands any kind of kitchen prep and serves as a grounding element in this space.
Transitional Eat-In Kitchen with Island and Dining Table
This eat-in kitchen not only has stools but also a full-sized counter-height dining table to provide plenty of seating. The island incorporates a gas cooktop lit by three chrome pendant light fixtures.
The elegant eat-in kitchen in this lakefront, Florida home features transitional design with functional elements. The spacious marble kitchen island offers room for guests to eat, plus a large stainless steel sink with high arc kitchen faucet, matching stainless refrigerator and stacked ovens.
A large island and custom corner banquette offer casual dining options in this transitional kitchen. Gray tiled walls provide welcome contrast with white cabinetry, while the blue-gray island adds a welcome dose of color.
Modern Kitchen With Colorful Reclaimed Wood Island
To give a California ranch-style home a fresh, modern twist, designer Kristianne Watts used a mix of materials in the kitchen. “On the island we used reclaimed boat wood from Indonesia. With the original paint still on each plank, it brings an authentic feel to the space,” she says. “The raised bar is Portland cement, which can be broken and recycled. The countertops are a quartz from Silestone/Cosentino. The custom cabinetry on the perimeter is an environmentally friendly wood veneer, FSC-certified Shinnoki pre-finished wood panels in Midnight Ash.”
A custom corner banquette and round pedestal table make for a cozy breakfast nook in this gray-tiled eat-in transitional kitchen. Cabinets below provide handy built-in storage, while a pair of stools offers extra seating.
Transitional Eat In Kitchen With Black Island Countertop
Glass globe pendant lights add contemporary flare to this classic white and gray kitchen. A black concrete countertop holds up to daily wear on the prep area. Purple and green flowers enliven the neutral space.