Hands-free conveniences makes this modern kitchen a baker's delight. A pop-up mixing stand eliminates having to pull the heavy standing mixer out of a cabinet, and it doesn't have to be stored on the countertop all the time. Touchless faucets are also installed for when the baker is covered in flour and batter.
Modern Kitchen Cabinets With Textured Wall & Tall Stone Vase
A close up on this kitchen corner highlights the cool, textured look of the wall behind the sleek, woodgrain cabinets. The handles are flush with the drawers and cabinets for a smooth look. A light stone vase creates a nice contrast against the dark wall. Green stalks add a natural element and color to the space.
Light and Bright Modern Kitchen With Stylish Metallic Stools
Natural light illuminates this modern kitchen with medium grain walnut cabinets and white stone countertops. Metal stools line the kitchen island, while a glass chandelier hangs above. Natural hardwood floors provide a finishing touch.
Large Brown Modern Kitchen Island With Eat-In Seating
This large brown modern island is the central feature of the home's kitchen, which also has recessed lighting and a stone backsplash that matches the countertops. The island has an eat-in area with brown barstools.
If the brightest white is not desirable or appropriate to your particular project, tone it down a few notches. This modern, warm brown billiards and bar area creates a cozy space for family and friends.
The penthouse's kitchen is SieMatic with enough room for a dining table. Chef-grade appliances blend beautifully with walnut and nickel cabinets and marble countertops. There is also a wine cooler and an adjacent butler's pantry.
Modern Kitchen With Dark Brown Cabinets and Stone Backsplash
This modern kitchen features dark brown cabinets, a black stone backsplash, recessed lighting and a large island with eat-in seating. Light brown hardwood flooring contrasts against the dark cabinets and backsplash.
A glass panel tinted in a dark brown hue is hung in front of a window at the 2016 San Francisco Decorator Showcase, obscuring a less-than-ideal view. Two squares were left without paint to allow the natural light into the kitchen. As day turns to the night, the squares come to match the painted parts of the glass.