Transitional Kitchen With Wood Cabinets and Neutral Backsplash
This transitional kitchen remodel for homeowners Giovanna and Eric Lawrence on HGTV Star Season 8 shines with bright countertops, all-new wood cabinetry and a sparkling tile backsplash. Among the traditional cabinetry, designers Tiffany Brooks, Boris Eckey and Jeribai Tascoe use geometric-patterned curtains and stacks of color in the kitchen's backsplash to enliven and transform the space.
On the lower ground floor, windows fill the open kitchen with natural light and give the owners a peek into the garden. Crown molding and a white-painted fireplace help the dining space feel just as charming.
Any home belonging to a professional chef has to have serious cooking chops: In this one, the island features two single ovens. A full-size refrigerator is hidden behind a leaded, textured mirror with freezer drawers and a quick-access wall pantry system nearby.
Whether you’re gazing out one of the many picture windows or whipping up something delicious on the stove, you’ll always enjoy the views. The kitchen’s unique backsplash is actually a steel laser-cut vista of Whitefish Mountain.
Transitional White Kitchen With Subway-Tile Backsplash
White cabinetry complements the dark granite countertops and crackle-glazed taupe subway-tile backsplash in this transitional kitchen. Wolf appliances and built-ins offer ample storage and keep this kitchen casual and family friendly.
Elegant Transitional Kitchen With Exposed Wood Beams
Custom wood cabinets and exposed beams combined with a stacked stone backsplash creates a cozy rustic feel in this elegant, transitional kitchen. A large dining table is surrounded by plenty of comfy chairs making it a great place to entertain.
Neutral Transitional Eat-In Kitchen With Island With Cooktop
A cooktop in the island makes for easy meal prep, while green accents add a cheery ambiance to this neutral transitional eat-in kitchen. The kitchen belongs to a private residence at the St. Regis Hotel at Monarch Beach, Calif.
Transitional Kitchen With Ivory Cabinets and Neutral Cambria Countertops
This light and bright kitchen features ivory wooden cabinets paired with neutral Cambria countertops and a subway tile backsplash. A brown and tan mosaic tile backsplash decorates the oven area, while glass pendant lights hang above the kitchen island. Large brown floor tiles provide a finishing touch.
Chevron Wood Floors Take Center Stage in Galley Kitchen
Fumed oak floors in a striking chevron pattern steal the show in this transitional kitchen. Lime-washed oak cabinets with a bluish black stain provide contrast against the light floors for a visually appealing design.
Built-Ins Abound in Functional, Transitional Kitchen
Alder cabinetry with a warm glazed finish offers ample storage space in this transitional kitchen and adjoining dining room. A double oven and microwave are built in, and an appliance garage offers a handy spot to house a stand mixer.
Transitional Galley Kitchen With Rich Brown Accents
A custom steel “I” beam was fabricated and installed to allow for an open concept in the century old home. Interior walls within the original space were eliminated, allowing for greater traffic flow, natural light and efficiency.
When Kitchen Cousins Anthony Carrino and John Colaneri renovated this kitchen, they decided to remove a wall between the living room and dining room. Now that the space is opened up, the large wall graphic in the dining area adds a striking visual that extends throughout the space.
Tone-on-tone neutrals create an airy effect in the kitchen. Crisp white marble and creamy subway tile keep the surfaces bright and pearly, while recessed and interior cabinet lighting illuminate the nooks and crannies in the space.