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A 12-foot Calacatta marble-topped chartreuse island is a showstopper in this family kitchen. The homeowner designed a shorter table perfect for kneading bread to slide under the island. Generous storage and multiple prep areas make it perfect for entertaining. Demure white perimeter cabinets allow the chartruese green on the island to step forward into the spotlight.
With a view to the river, the windows in this kitchen introduce plenty of natural light to the space, which causes the white cabinets, marble countertops, and stainless steel elements to almost glow. Substantial crown molding and window moldings bring weight to the space and provide timeless appeal.
A countertop to ceiling backsplash made of aqua blue glass mosaic tiles adds snappy energy to this otherwise white kitchen. The dining table, a former desk/sewing table, in the center of a room provides a convenient spot to eat or prepare food. With the base painted blue to match the tile, it fits right in to its new home.
This small kitchen packs a punch with a row of stacked upper-level cabinetry. Simple white cabinets get a subtle dose of contrast thanks to cool gray walls and the shimmering granite countertops and backsplash. Sparkling chrome fixtures and stainless-steel appliances bounce light to make the small space feel larger.
Plenty of windows and open storage give this kitchen an inviting vibe. In addition to convenient storage, the open upper cabinets offer display space for favorite dishes and serving pieces. Unadorned cabinet fronts and low profile countertops contribute simplicity to the casual cottage kitchen. Black cabinet hardware and shelf brackets punctuate the space to add small doses of contrast.
A dramatic blue-green island and striking yellow barstools add a splash of color to this white kitchen. The robin's egg blue color is echoed in the accessories and fabric covered pendant shades. Tall ceilings and banks of windows create a light and bright environment, while the open cabinetry and shelving above the countertops helps the space feel open and airy.
A dark stained table attaches to the paneled island, adding a bit of drama to this white kitchen as well as a built-in eating area. Custom cubical pendant shades echo the room's angular lines.
Removing the doors from the upper cabinets helps this tiny kitchen look more open. Brown-and-white patterned wallpaper along the backs of the open cabinets adds visual interest. The mirrored backsplash reflects light, which also helps the small space feel larger.
In this kitchen, a sturdy stone backsplash brings a hint of the outdoors inside. A greenhouse style window behind the sink provides a sunny spot to place potted plants and herbs. Large metal tiles built into the ends of the cabinetry add another layer of character. The taupe hexagon tiles are a fresh departure from standard tiles, but still keep in step with the kitchen's neutral palette. Hints of black, such as the listello tiles on the backsplash and the cabinet hardware help soften the presence of the black countertops.
Vetoing the upper cabinetry in favor of open shelving helps this tiny kitchen feel more open. Carved corbels support the shelves and add cottage appeal, as do the Shaker style lower cabinets. The whimsical patterned area rug in the center of the space offers inspiration for accessories and decor.
Stunning marble countertops and furniture-style cabinetry give this hardworking kitchen a delicate vintage vibe. Glass candy jars and chrome fixtures reflect light and provide sparkle. A wide window sill provides a spot for potted plants and herbs to bask in the sunlight. Soft beige walls create subtle contrast and serve as a visual bridge between the white cabinetry and counters and the rich wood floor.
Warm gray walls and rich wood stains draw a striking contrast to the white-painted cabinetry and paneled backsplash in this kitchen. Removing the doors from the upper cabinets helped the kitchen feel open and airy. The paneled backsplash saved a pretty penny in the remodel and the savings were funneled into the splurge worthy marble countertops.
Open shelves provide convenient and stylish storage for dishware in this cottage kitchen. Wrapping the corner with a series of shelves makes the most of an often underused space. White oak planks laid horizontally on the walls creates an aged, lived in feel. Wood overhead and underfoot enhances the rustic charm of this kitchen.
Large scale gingham panels create a focal point in this kitchen, as does the basket weave pattern backsplash. A dark Carrara marble countertop contrasts with the marble apron style sink, and the black island and white island countertop also create a welcoming contrast.
Even newer homes can achieve a centuries old look. Here, a rustic wood floor, painted white open shelving, and cabinets painted green personalize this kitchen. The one of a kind light fixture over the island was made from a sheet of crumpled zinc.