This kitchen takes style up a notch with it's use of bold colors and shapes. Cabinets range in style in color from blue glass-front to red or striped. This eclectic look lends itself well to the room's high ceilings and geometric windows.
Mediterranean Kitchen With Butcher Block Kitchen Island
This vibrant, Mediterranean-inspired kitchen shows off a large island with weathered, orange cabinets and a wood butcher block countertop. Open shelving puts colorful dishes on display that complement the colorful chairs and dining table nearby.
Everyone always wants to hang out in the kitchen; this one makes it easy and stylish to do. A long rustic dining table gets a banquette and cheery chairs (orange velvet!) for plenty of seating. Its easy location next to the island makes the space useful for meals, prep work or just keeping the chef company.
Bold, Colorful Wallpaper in Vintage-Inspired Kitchen
Multi-hued wallpaper in a leaf pattern picks up on the yellow cabinet fronts. The custom dry-bar provides extra counter space as well as place to store and display liquor. It's clad in oak wood that was salvaged from wood pallets then run through a planer to give it a smooth finish. Free-hanging steel shelves hanging above the bar are ideal for displaying glassware as well as some of vintage collectibles.
A collection of vintage lunchboxes was the colorful jumping off point for this cheery kitchen. To pick up the lunchboxes' bright hues, the designer used an emerald green ceiling and a bold blue backsplash of Moroccan tiles.
Ideal for hosting parties or cooking for two, this functional kitchen features an arched vent hood, detailed cabinetry and alcoves built in above the stove to hold spices, oils and other flavorings for convenient cooking. Design by Gail Drury
Pairing neutral tones for your walls with bright colors for your cabinets creates a bold, dynamic environment. Try using chalkboard paint on a wall for a place to keep track of your grocery and to-do lists.