Peninsula Adds Definition to Kitchen and Hallway Spaces
The homeowners wanted an open space in their newly remodeled home, but they didn't want their spaces to feel jumbled, so designers achieved this feel in the kitchen by using the cabinets to set the parameters for the space. To create this definition, a peninsula was added on the third "wall" of the kitchen, separating the it from the hallway without making either space feel too closed off, giving each area its own identity.
Woven all-weather wicker dining chairs are a perfect pick to provide an eye-catching contrast to the neutral tile sand flooring of this stunning outdoor dining room and kitchen. The arching backsplash and intricate tile medallion incorporates natural travertine tile and blue glass inlay.
Traditional Kitchen With Creamy Cabinets and Large Island
A large island with sturdy barstools provides a spot for casual dining in this traditional kitchen. Beautiful lantern-style pendants hang above the island, centering the space and drawing the eye upward.
Contemporary Kitchen Features Built-In Breakfast Bar
To save space in this home, the breakfast bar is a built-in structure with a display shelf. Beside the bar, a steel column is covered in colorful mosaic tile that matches the kitchen backsplash. Recycled teak cabinetry lends warmth to the contemporary room.
Vertically-hung mosaic tile creates a dramatic backsplash in this traditional eat-in kitchen. Under cabinet lighting illuminates the backsplash's natural hues which complement the dark wood cabinets. A stainless steel range hood helps to tie in the metallic pendants and hardware.
Exposed Beams Create Tavern Feel In Lake House Kitchen
The high pitched ceilings in the kitchen give the space a larger, more open feel, while plenty of cabinets provide storage and countertops lining the edges of the area give the homeowners plenty of counter space. To finish off the design, exposed beams were added to the ceiling. This feature helps to marry the kitchen and living room spaces as well as giving the home a tavern-like feel.
This beautiful transitional kitchen is flooded with natural light from the large three section window above the sink. Three chairs align with three pendant lights at the turn of the black countertop creating an eat-in area at the room divide. Another three chairs create even more eat-in space at the island, accented by a contemporary light fixture above.
A sleek, eat-in kitchen brings a contemporary vibe to this Colorado mountain home. The large center island features a sleek wood slab with brushed nickel barstools. The space is grounded by neutral stone tile, while chunky exposed wood beams add architectural interest to the ceiling.
Spacious Mediterranean Eat-In Kitchen With Gray Marble Countertops
This spacious kitchen features brown wood cabinets paired with gray marble countertops. Four stools with gray cushions are positioned around a spacious kitchen island, allowing plenty of room for casual dining. Two metal pendant lights hang above the island.
Walls were removed from this kitchen to make room for large windows. Newly opened space is now used as a secondary eating area with an angled peninsula. Taupe Shaker-style cabinetry is used throughout the space.
Spacious French Country Kitchen With Modern Updates
This light and bright kitchen features modern stainless steel appliances and white wooden cabinets paired with country accents, like a farmhouse sink and natural wood plank ceiling. Two glass pendant lights hang above a granite top kitchen island, while wooden stools provide a spot for casual dining.