Sunny Kitchen Conservatory With Gray Tile Flooring, Arched Doorway and Walnut Wood Details
Hand made and glazed artisan tile flooring expands into the conservatory connecting it to the kitchen seamlessly through the arched doorway. Natural light creates an inviting and sunny look over the light, neutral colors. Walnut elements add a warmth to the room and accentuate the traditional design.
This spacious kitchen island is great for storage and makes this eat in kitchen extremely functional. Glass globe pendant lights add chic lighting, while the sunny yellow color scheme keeps the space feeling airy and open.
Rachel wants the back wall of this kitchen, seen on Season 7 of HGTV's Design Star, to have visual impact, so the designers leave it free of cabinetry. But to judge Genevieve Gorder, it's too big of an impact. "Because this wall is completely naked, it's a punch in the face...it's incredibly busy," she says.
Keeping mixers and blenders in cabinets when they’re not being used is a good space-saving idea, but pulling them out can be tough on your back. This device does the heavy lifting for you (and makes it likelier that you’ll use that weighs-a-ton stand mixer).
If you have solid but unremarkable builder-grade cabinets, the simplest route to a high-end look is adding some height with crown molding. Interior designer Sarah Macklem of The Yellow Cape Cod tackled this project in her own kitchen with striking results.
Kitchen Island: Elegant Italianate Estate in Bellevue, Wash.
An oversized white island with a stunning marble countertop is the focal point of the magnificent kitchen. The island offers ample prep and storage space while also accommodating three barstools for casual dining.
Earthy tones, like warm browns, terracottas and grassy greens, are used for a Tuscan-inspired color palette in this kitchen. Knotty wood cabinets pair with dark gray countertops and a stone tile backsplash, while neutral tiles and an Oriental area rug ground the space.
White, Farmhouse-Style Kitchen in Cape Cod-Style Home
The farmhouse kitchen in this fully renovated Cape Cod-style home abounds with luxurious and functional details. White cabinetry extends to the ceiling for added storage, while a trio of skylights bathes the island in natural light. The spring green color of the island is an unexpected touch of whimsy in the traditional space.
Traditional Outdoor Kitchen Under Classic Pavilion
The open pavilion reflects the home's architecture and houses the outdoor kitchen and dining room. The stainless steel grill and refrigerator is built into a brick facade, which also provides counter space for prep and serving.
A lovely green island with a stunning wood countertop is the focal point of this gorgeous traditional kitchen. Beautiful cream cabinets fill the remainder of the kitchen with a neutral subway tile as the backsplash and rich hardwood for the flooring. Above the island, a wrought iron chandelier illuminates the space.