With an intricately designed kitchen, keep your counters minimalist and spare by combining appliances. The GE Slate fridge has its own built-in Keurig brewing system.
When you have versatile appliances that complement any style, you can create a kitchen as bold as you like. These solid turquoise cabinets create a cool, modern canvas to add to.
Paint your ceiling like the sky and give your kitchen a light, airy feel.
This GE Slate edge-to-edge gas range creates a seamless flow surrounded by a concrete countertop.
Paint a design on the floor and tie together various elements of your kitchen’s design.
Using wooden planter boxes and a wrought iron base, create a hanging herb garden that doubles as a pots-and-pans rack.
A stone mosaic backsplash, wood floors, and natural wood cabinetry blur the line between inside and outside in this cabin inspired kitchen.
Bright and intricately designed tiles complement cool solid tones in this Mediterranean inspired kitchen.
Combining natural wood and earthy hues creates a warm, comforting setting for this rustic kitchen.
Rich and elegant, the GE Slate range and hood hide fingerprints and blend perfectly with any color palette. It also features a double oven so you can cook dinner and dessert at the same time.
Repurpose an old shutter to create a unique backdrop for hanging pots and pans.
In this playful, contemporary kitchen, a GE Slate fridge’s stone-inspired finish complements bright cabinetry.
Clay animal handles or utensil holders made from building blocks serve as unique pieces in your kitchen.
Pairing neutral tones for your walls with bright colors for your cabinets creates a bold, dynamic environment. Try using chalkboard paint on a wall for a place to keep track of your grocery and to-do lists.
Find vintage knobs at antique stores or try painting your own design on plain handles as you experiment with different styles to accessorize your cabinetry.
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