This gorgeous kitchen design by David Stimmel features dining for four at the beautiful, dark wood dining table. Adjacent to the dining area, you'll find a wet bar with mirrored cabinets that's perfect for entertaining guests.
Large Dark Wood Kitchen Island With White Barstools
Inspired by the clients' ideas and preferences, this transitional kitchen remodel is packed with custom features. They include a spacious island – designed for prepping and entertaining, dark chocolate cabinetry, light granite countertops for contrast, built-in Sub-Zero refrigeration and stainless pendants. The full height granite backsplash provides a dramatic look and is practical for easy cleaning.
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.
One thing's for sure: there's no shortage of storage in this transitional kitchen. Floor-to-ceiling cabinetry, wide drawers and a double duty island give the owners plenty of room for their pots and pans and ensure that the space is clutter-free in the process.
Crisp White Kitchen Features Blue Accent Barstools
The white walls and ceiling keep this kitchen bright and open, while exposed beams add texture and provide a break in the stark coloring. Blue barstools pop against the white island countertop and cabinets. Black perimeter countertops provide natural separation in the room.
Transitional Eat-In Kitchen With Pacific Northwest Twist
A black range hood, wood countertops, light gray cabinets and a teal island put a PNW twist on this eat-in kitchen. The glass tile backsplash speaks to that design as well, as its dark hues evoke thoughts of a rainy day in Seattle.
Transitional Eat-In Kitchen With Dark Brown Wood Cabinets
This kitchen remodel includes dark brown wood cabinets paired with neutral granite countertops and a neutral tile backsplash. Two pendant lights hang above the kitchen island, which offers a spot for casual dining at one end. Stainless steel appliances and neutral floor tiles add finishing touches.
Open, Transitional Dine-In Kitchen With Leather Bar Chairs, Long Pendant Lights and Large Island
The white, plank board vaulted accentuates the open and spacious design of this kitchen. A large island is topped with marble countertop and lined with red-brown leather bar chairs. A stainless steel cabinet brings a unique element to the room and matches the kitchen appliances. A herringbone hardwood floor brings an element of warmth to finish the bright room design.
New meets old in this transitional kitchen design, beginning with the beautiful green patterned wallpaper offering a burst of color on a focal wall. The center island paired with the farmhouse table and leaded-glass window creates a sophisticated look.
Transitional Eat-In Kitchen Features Copper Marble Countertops and Colorful Pendant Lights
Stylish white cabinets with a matching range hood line the wall in the open design of this eat-in kitchen. A decorative neutral and brown tile backsplash matches the hues in the copper-colored marble countertops. The water color look on the green, yellow and blue pendant lights adds life and color to the space.
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.