Back-lit fused glass provides a warm glow to contrast with the metal detail in contemporary kitchen. White cabinets are paired with black countertops, while a neutral stone backplash brings rustic texture to the space.
This modern kitchen features a classic gray and white color palette with geometric patterned tiles creating a countertop-to-ceiling backsplash. White storage cabinets below the marble counters have gold-accent pull handles, with an art-inspired custom window shade on the kitchen window.
Modern White and Light Gray Galley Kitchen Makeover
This kitchen makeover included new white Shaker cabinets and sleek, glossy white countertops. The designer removed the drop ceiling to open up the space and added a light gray and white backsplash for a splash of muted color. New stainless steel appliances and a brown ceramic tile floor finish off the overall look.
One of the most popular countertop surfaces today, engineered quartz is versatile and durable. Its nearly endless range of color options allows you to visually tie an open kitchen to the surrounding living spaces, as designer Lori Dennis did here with dark blue tones in a kitchen by SoCalContractor.
Wide paths on either side of the island make this galley kitchen highly functional. In the renovation, chef-grade appliances were added, including a wine refrigerator. Gray quartz countertops are in keeping with the rest of the floor's light gray palette.
A Moroccan tile backsplash in neutral tones is the focal point of this gray Spanish style kitchen. Arched doorways mimic the niche behind the stove, while white cabinetry on either side provide plenty of storage space.
Modern Gray Galley Kitchen Is Sleek, Sophisticated
This 8-foot-wide modern kitchen hangs a turn into the adjacent dining room. To make it appear larger, the designers continue the horizontal lines down the long kitchen both in the kerf, or incised line, of the cabinets and the flooring. The cabinets reaching the ceiling draw the eye up as well.
Black soapstone countertops and muted light blue cabinets make for an unexpectedly sophisticated color combination. A pair of modern black dining chairs continue the color scheme into the breakfast area.
After white and natural wood, gray is the most popular finish for kitchen cabinets, but this is one trendy color that’s not at risk of going out of style. “Muted colors are soothing and easy to live with, and a signature of my work,” says designer Angela Free. “This home is located in the foggy San Francisco Marina district and the neutral yet rich palette allows for a seamless flow between the indoors and outdoors.”
This beautiful contemporary kitchen expertly blends the simplicity of wood with a neutral gray countertop and gray backsplash, using utensil canisters to bring a little pop of color to this clean space.
Timeless White Galley Kitchen With Bold Orange Accents
This remodeled kitchen was once dark and boring, but not anymore. Now, the homeowners can enjoy a timeless kitchen with a pop of color! The bold orange in the window frames and glass cabinets give this kitchen visual interest - without making it out of style.
This warm-colored kitchen, dominated by wood-on-wood textures follows the same rules of space management that work so well in Kalyn’s office: smooth surfaces, simple colors and a very effective use of storage. Throw in a cool, white countertop and a marble backsplash for good measure, and the perfect kitchen can be as easy as 1-2-3.