Dark wood cabinets are accented with gold leaf in a kitchen styled in an ode to the Gilded Age.
If you have a stunning view, give your landscape a starring role with large windows. They needn't be the same size or even match, especially if you're going for a casual look. Here, double-hung corner windows allow cross-ventilation and offer different vantage points. They also bright up dark crannies, reducing the need for artificial light. Of course, a kitchen window is a welcome luxury for anyone stuck doing dishes.
If pink is your poison, try a kitchen with pink granite and fuchsia walls; the bold colors set a dramatic backdrop, and make even basic cabinets and appliances seem special and unique.
This small, pretty kitchen makes use of every inch of space, placing the kitchen table against the countertop. A pair of darker wood cabinets adds visual interest.
Red accents are a fun way to add spice to an all-white kitchen.
Lime-hued laminate kitchen cabinets stand out against black paint and drawers.
Framed color swatches in muted earth tones add depth and interest to this brown and beige kitchen, with wood cabinets highlighted with gray borders.
Charcoal-gray-and-wood cabinets stand out against the pine wood accents, and add depth in an otherwise neutral space.
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