White Transitional Kitchen with Classic & Modern Touches
This Victorian home features a fully updated kitchen sprinkled with both modern and classic touches. The design team expanded the space to make room for a mudroom, in the process opening it up to a flood of natural light. The large island, painted a contrast color to create a focal point, anchors the mostly white room.
Vintage-style nickel faucets and cabinet hardware create a classic look in this transitional kitchen with a breakfast nook. A blue kitchen island with wine fridge centers the room, and is just steps away from a spacious marble-topped counter with cushioned seating. The breakfast nook features a gray bench, four chairs and a minimalist pendant light.
Transitional Kitchen Features Fresh White Cabinets
Fresh white cabinets and ample natural light make this transitional kitchen feel bright and airy. A sphere pendant light adds visual interest to the space, and lucite stools provide a spot for casual dining.
Lots of white cabinets line the walls in this transitional kitchen with a deep blue kitchen island. Marble countertops keep the space feeling light and bright, with recessed lighting above and natural hardwood flooring beneath.
Custom-colored cabinetry and a rusty red floor add an element of surprise to this country-inspired transitional kitchen. The large kitchen island is topped with a durable stainless steel countertop and paired with three barstools for dining in. Stainless steel appliances and an eye-catching pendant light up the kitchen's style quotient.
This custom-designed pro-style kitchen features a custom-designed stone island, deck-mounted pot filler and one of a kind hood mixed with state-of-the-art appliances. The sage green kitchen island and range hood tie in with the green accents in this transitional kitchen.
Open Concept Room With Kitchen Island & Butcher Block Dining Table
Everyone always ends up gathering in the kitchen, right? So why not bring the living room in?! This open concept space does just that while still creating distinct and inviting spaces. The mixing of contrasting yet complementary materials -- a marble kitchen island top, woven chairs and butcher block table -- create nuance and depth in the fabulous family space.
Clean White Kitchen With Shaker Cabinets and Pink Rug
Interior designer Becki Owens chose Shaker-style cabinets for this crisp white kitchen. "The clean, simplistic lines of this style of cabinetry not only stand the test of time, but give your home a fresh, more modern look when paired with a simple backsplash or a mitered-edge counter," she says. "I like to pair Shaker-style cabinetry with white subway tile and natural wood in either open shelving or styled accents on the counters. This combo is always a win. You can switch out your lighting, hardware and accessories over the years to play with the overall look of your space, but these key elements create a foundation that will have your home looking beautiful for years to come."
Originally, this kitchen was small and outdated, and the layout was not conducive to multiple people working at the same time. The designers moved one of the boundary walls back 4 feet to enlarge the space. A large island in the middle can be used for prep work and also provides a place for guests to gather.
This kitchen's backsplash tiles, in a pretty Moroccan-style pattern, were custom-made for the space. The counters look like marble, but are a more durable material, better for the homeowners' family of six.
HGTV's House Hunters Renovation did a number on this Los Angeles kitchen. The finished product includes dark hardwood floors and an olive green subway tile backsplash. Concrete countertops, stainless steel finishes and industrial barstools add an industrial touch to the transitional kitchen.