Inspired by the classic gourmet styling of the prestigious French Laundry restaurant in Napa Valley, Calif., this kitchen features classic traditional elements such as the patterned tin ceiling, crown moldings and island column details. The hardwood floors and green granite countertops provide contrast against the beautiful white cabinetry.
This display cabinet is dramatically lit with LED lighting. Hanging above is the original Mexican artwork that inspired the dramatic space.
Warm wood tones, a custom copper hood and hand-painted Mexican tiles complement the Latin American artwork in this contemporary kitchen. The dynamic curved shape of the island is mimicked in the granite eating bar and curved shelves of the message/organization center.
Spice and oil storage drawers are hidden behind decorative columns, utilizing every inch of space in this traditional kitchen. This smart solution keeps ingredients organized and on-hand while at the food prep space.
Large pullout drawers keep spices and condiments at hand in this Southwestern-themed kitchen. Mexican tiles combined with the copper hood and green walls make this range the kitchen's focal point.
Thick white architectural beams are accented with silver, patterned tin tiles in this white kitchen. Over the kitchen island, large glass lantern pendants form the perfect balance between traditional and transitional.
There's space to breathe and relax in this open, contemporary sitting room. A neutral leather sectional is countered with a beautifully unique metal armchair with brown leather cushions. A lime green rug adds a pop of color against the hardwood.
The light and dark contrast on the hardwood flooring creates a beautiful and unique stripe effect in this contemporary kitchen. A brilliant blue accent wall pops against the light, neutral surroundings. Sleek finishes and stainless steel appliances give this space a polished, modern look.
Slate tiles and seafoam granite are combined to create a raised eating bar in this contemporary kitchen. Recessed and pendant lighting illuminates the dark wall and ceiling colors.
Slate tiles are used from floor to ceiling to help create a smooth transition from a black ceiling to a light hardwood floor. Leather barstools create a sleek and comfortable eat-in area.
A custom curved-front desk made from a thick, laminated veneer lumber beam provides plenty of storage and function in space that might otherwise go unused. The star wall art adds a quirky pop of color and fun.
A zebra-wood breakfast bar and a bold orange accent wall add warmth to the industrial style of the cabinetry, oven hood and schoolhouse barstools in this fun, eclectic kitchen.