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Kitchen Renovation with Easy Living-Room Access
By removing the low-hanging cabinets, this renovated kitchen opens up to an island with a casual eating area, creating additional food preparation space and storage. The kitchen island features royal blue painted stools and three copper pendant lights. The open nature of the kitchen and living room spaces allows for easy transition between the rooms.
Transitional Eat-In Kitchen is Functional & Family-Friendly
Symmetry and storage were important ideas for this kitchen. The client wanted to have both her grandkids in the kitchen or serve appetizers to adult guests while she was preparing foods. A peninsula was added to provide seating and to make for a functional cooking area.
Crisp white cabinets and a white tile backsplash create striking contrast against the deep gray walls in this transitional kitchen. Gray and white marble countertops effortlessly pull the look together.
Gray Transitional Kitchen with Dark-Stained Island
A dark-stained island with a sculptural top blends with gray-toned cabinetry in this well-appointed and spacious transitional kitchen. Leaded glass cabinet doors turn one bank of upper cabinetry into a furniture-style showpiece, while a professional Wolf range makes the space a chef's dream. Two sculptural pendants provide task lighting for the island, as well as a contemporary touch.
Transitional Eat-In Kitchen With Black Countertops
This inviting kitchen features white cabinets paired with black countertops and a white tile backsplash. Lucite counter stools line the kitchen island and create a casual spot for eating, while a pendant light illuminates the space from above.
Transitional Eat-In Kitchen With Cone Pendant Lights
This transitional kitchen features a clean design and a beautiful black and white color palette. A trio of cone-shaped pendant lights hang above a trio of barstools creating an eat-in area at the turn of the black countertop. White cabinets keep the space feeling open and bright.
Lots of Storage Space in Bright & Airy Transitional Kitchen
Wall-to-wall white Shaker style cabinets provide ample storage space in this bright, transitional kitchen. Kitchen appliances are easily stowed away when not in use, and a lovely farmhouse sink is conveniently located by the dishwasher for easy cleanup.
For the polished, sophisticated look in the home's giant open plan kitchen, a sprinkling of dark gray elements (the exposed beams, range hood and a sprinkling of cabinets) are added into the mostly lighter palette. The contrast introduces a just-right note of gravitas.
Transitional Kitchen With Industrial-Country Flair
Designer Lindsay Chambers sought to update a classic kitchen with an industrial-country approach. The chevron patterned backsplash adds drama and depth to the small space, while white and gray cabinets give the room a rural vibe. And who wouldn't love the wrought iron and repurposed wood barstools?
The focal point of this transitional gray kitchen is the custom walnut and quartzite range hood. The richness of the walnut cabinetry adds sophistication to the space and brings in warmth while matching the colors of the adjacent spaces.
Team Drew did an overhaul on this open kitchen on HGTV's Brother vs. Brother. The team added tile flooring that picks up the gray tones in the new stainless steel appliances and subway tile backsplash. White shaker-style cabinets and a built-in hutch add a bit of country style to the design.
White Shaker cabinets blend in with classic details in this kitchen, like the original crown molding and trim, for a cohesive look. Contemporary updates, like the stainless steel range hood and globe pendant lights, give it a fresh style without taking away from traditional elements.
For the full kitchen remodel of this 1940s south Minneapolis home, the homeowners removed a large wall radiator and replaced it with a toe kick heater, allowing them to capture the whole back wall for added cabinetry and countertop space. The design was created to maintain the historic value of the home.
Two walls of custom stainless steel-fronted cabinetry and appliances are softened by marble countertops and gray-and-white checkerboard flooring in this professionally equipped home kitchen. A large kitchen island doubles as a dining area.