Contemporary Eat-In Kitchen Features Open Design

Designer Candace Nordquist brought the colors and textures of the beach into this kitchen and added two islands for preparation and seating in order to maximize the beach view from the kitchen.

Photo By: Candace Nordquist

Photo By: Candace Nordquist

Photo By: Candace Nordquist

Photo By: Candace Nordquist

Photo By: Candace Nordquist

Contemporary Eat-In Kitchen With Frosted Glass Cabinets

Frosted glass cabinets reveal organized and easy storage in this contemporary kitchen. White leather chairs pop against the black dining table that transitions to a granite-topped island. Stainless steel details complete the sophisticated look.
From: Candace Nordquist

Contemporary Eat-In Kitchen Offers Natural Light

This contemporary kitchen features a row of pendant lights, adding to the natural light streaming in from the large windows. White leather chairs pop against a sleek black dining table. Neutral granite countertops tie in tones used in the cabinetry and backsplash.
From: Candace Nordquist

Contemporary Eat-In Kitchen Features Gray Cabinetry

Full-wall cabinetry and an island provide ample storage space to keep this kitchen's surfaces uncluttered. The gray island countertop connects to the sleek black dining table. White leather chairs pop against the black, adding a little contrast to the neutral palette. A row of pendant lights and stainless steel cabinet hardware complete the look.
From: Candace Nordquist

Contemporary Eat-In Kitchen Features Open Design

The contemporary design of this kitchen capitalizes on the open layout of the home. White walls and natural lighting from the windows make the room bright and welcoming. Gray lower cabinets and frosted glass upper cabinets supply plenty of storage. Gray granite countertops add some movement to the smooth finishes.
From: Candace Nordquist

Contemporary Eat-In Kitchen Boasts Black Dining Table

Neutral granite countertops bring a beautiful pattern to the smooth surfaces in this contemporary kitchen. A black dining table is connected to the island, utilizing the open design well. White leather upholstered chairs pop against the sleek black dining table. Tall gray cabinets and a row of pendant lights complete the space.
From: Candace Nordquist