The kitchen actually comes with two sinks: one for meal-prep and a second for washing dishes. When matched with a large picture window and wood shelves, this space has all the fresh, farmhouse style of a project on Fixer Upper.
Wood Island, Wall Treatments Help Tie Kitchen Together
Because the kitchen is so open, designer Brooke Wagner used light wood accents to tie the space together. Thus, in addition to the wood beams and island, the room features wood around the windows, above the range and over the doorway.
Before the remodel, a wall divided the kitchen, and a refrigerator was in the corner where the peninsula now exists. Now, the space is open and bright with rustic barstools that pull up to the peninsula countertop for dining. Gold globe pendants add a vintage note to the space, while floating shelves provide open storage.
Licensed contractor Josh Temple and his team remodeled this kitchen to include new appliances, custom cabinetry and a painted tin ceiling. Bright yellow and white stripes and a gingham curtains add to the soda fountain vibe.
Elegant gold pulls act as pieces of jewelry on the sage green kitchen cabinets, which are topped with clean white countertops. Globe pendants add a vintage note to the space, and the peninsula not only provides another dining spot but helps divide the kitchen from the living room.
This colorful craftsman kitchen features an island repurposed from a dresser in a bright red. Behind the island, which also functions as a breakfast bar, is a small banquette; a great solution for a small eat-in kitchen.
An eclectic mix of styles adds character to this white kitchen. Wooden dining chairs and bamboo Roman shades bring warmth and natural, textural element. Wire bar chairs introduce some midcentury modern flair.
A thread of bright yellow runs through this mostly white kitchen, emphasizing this young family's desire to create a happy, whimsical space that welcomes creativity. The long island accommodates six barstools, turning the kitchen into a convenient gathering space. Woven pendants provide task lighting and add to the room's symmetry, while open shelving offers a stylish storage solution.
LABL studio kept the kitchen simple with white lacquered cabinets and subway tiles. Open shelving above the cabinets highlights Kettle's in-house design work, while a vintage schoolhouse table is a casual space for lunch meetings and conversation.
In this bright and happy kitchen, a long island provides space for six sunshine-yellow barstools, allowing the whole family to hang out while food is prepared. Mexican tile creates a fun and colorful backsplash, while open shelving adds decoration and keeps needed items at hand. The white backdrop allows accessories and fabrics to pop.
This spacious eat-in kitchen pairs together modern white kitchen cabinets and countertops with sleek stainless steel appliances and a rustic wooden cabinet. A red mosaic tile wall, fuchsia built-in hutch and multicolored place settings add pops of color, while glass front cabinets show off kitchen necessities.
Because the kitchen is defined by clean lines and crisp white walls, it was important to infuse the space with some warmth. Wood ceiling beams, hardwood floors and a matching dining set easily get the job done.