Chic Dining Area in Mediterranean-Inspired Kitchen
With warm orange tones and a touch of natural greenery, this table setting looks elegant yet inviting. The dining area, with its close proximity to the kitchen, provides a place for guests to sit while the cook prepares dinner.
What pool house would be complete without its own kitchen? Designer Betty Lou Phillips continued the soft Tuscan touches with stone arches and a few iron accents. Three barstools offer additional seating.
Since the main level is elevated roughly 12′ off the ground, it appears as though the house is actually sitting directly on the water. With several windows surrounding the space, the kitchen area has a lovely view of the ocean from any seat in the space.
White Mediterranean Eat-In Kitchen With Arched Windows
The stately lines of this Mediterranean kitchen are highlighted with the light and dark palette: dark colors for the island and range hood, whites and creams for the backsplash, walls and cabinets. In the breakfast nook, arched windows are a graceful touch.
A banquette features a sofa and eight seats with cushions used to emphasize the Moorish textures and furniture styling. The custom veneer panels creating the banquette area were hand-stained on site and made to match the walnut cabinetry.
Eat-In Kitchen With Mediterranean Style Breakfast Nook and Eclectic Chandelier
This kitchen features a stylish breakfast nook with an oval wooden table and neutral upholstered chairs. Colorful Cuban tile flooring is positioned under the table, while an eclectic beaded chandelier hangs from the grasscloth covered coffered ceiling.
Neutral Mediterranean Eat-In Kitchen With Chandeliers
A series of graceful swooping curves add softness to this eat-in kitchen, further enhanced by its warm cream and brown palette. The two chandeliers, one over the island and one over the dining table, bring light and a touch of luxury.
This breakfast nook provides a cozy space to wake up and enjoy your morning cup of coffee. The large unobstructed window fills the area with light while the bench, built into the corner, gives ample seating and tons of pillows to lean on. The traditional Mediterranean style of the kitchen is modernized with a neutral gray wall color. Storage isn't a problem in the eating area, the bench has been outfitted with concealed storage for dishes or linens.
Gourmet Kitchen: Bayfront Mediterranean Villa in Naples, Fla.
The spacious island in this gourmet-styled kitchen features storage cabinets, a prep sink and room to dine. Beautiful cream cabinets flank the island, providing ample storage for the elegant space. A nearby wine room and top of the line appliances complete the luxurious design.
Kitchen Island: Waterfront Mansion Featured in Kourtney and Kim Take Miami
This Mediterranean-style mansion in Miami features an opulent kitchen with tile floors, rich wood cabinetry and a large central island. Known as Palazzo di Mare, the home was rented by socialite sisters Kourtney and Kim Kardashian while they filmed their E! reality series, Kourtney and Kim Take Miami.
People gravitate to the kitchen no matter the design or layout, but guests will certainly flock to this Tuscan-inspired kitchen. Rustic wrought-iron urn pendants hang from the exposed beams while recessed lighting lines the brick barrel ceiling. Below, an oversized island faces a muted stone hearth with tumbled-tile backsplash.
This Mediterranean eat-in kitchen features charming exposed beams on the ceiling, a deep farmhouse sink and glass-front cabinetry. Matching tile echoing the hue of the granite countertops graces the range hood, backsplash and floor for a light contrast against the dark wood cabinets.