A square wood-topped island centers this traditional white kitchen and offers contrast to the yellow mosaic tile backsplash and ivory glass-front cabinets. The brown-and-gold window valance and glass light pendant continue the traditional vibe.
While blue and brown are the main colors of this contemporary kitchen, red bar chairs add a pop of eye-catching color. The shiny blue mosaic tile backsplash looks beautiful against the woodgrain cabinets and matching vent hood covering a six-burner professional grade stove. Textured paint panels add a great detail under shiny black countertop.
Beautiful and timeless, this open, traditional kitchen boasts a pretty green island, cream cabinets and hardwood floors. An ornate wrought iron chandelier hangs above the island to finish off the elegant design.
The arching curvature of stunning glass-front cabinetry canopies a handsome built-in wet bar, featuring a white marble countertop and plenty of wine storage, including a wine cooler. Surrounded by attractive oak, the space feels timeless.
An ornate wood surround frames the stove area in this traditional kitchen, while stunning wine storage is tucked away in the adjoining room. Mediterranean influences seep into the details through the ornate carving on the stove surround and thick molding on the cream cabinetry. Small drawers in the surround are perfect for storing easy-to-reach spices and herbs, while a small shelf provides easy access to oils and vinegars.
A gray, stone wall adds a rustic touch to the this feminine and cozy breakfast nook. A floral tablecloth is accented by a mounted wicker basket filled with flowers while a small chandelier add an elegant touch in this shabby chic space.
Gorgeous shaker-style cabinets stretch the length of this incredibly spacious eat-in kitchen by David Stimmel. Sunny yellow walls create a cheerful space for friends and family to gather. Seating at the island is available as well as the hightop table topped with the beautiful granite found throughout the kitchen.
Believe it or not, this is a kitchen in a Civil War-era home! The designer retained original elements of the house -- such as the wood beams and ceilings -- but added contemporary elements such as a plethora of cabinet space and a large, marble-topped kitchen island. A unique, painted folk art spring screen brings splashes of color to the room.
Conical metallic pendant lights and cream cabinetry pair with an eye-catching tile backsplash and updated appliances in this transitional kitchen. Custom paneling seamlessly blends the refrigerator in with the rest of the cabinetry, and a large kitchen island provides ample storage and food preparation space.