For a look that's both classic and timeless, choose an all-white kitchen.
Maximize your living space by giving every room—even the kitchen—a place where the family can hang out. In this kitchen, the homeowner chose a simple cottage white finish to offset darker hardwood floors and keep the room bright and airy. They also built an extra-wide center island to accommodate everything from food prep and cooking, to homework and lounging, including a spot for the TV. Now the kitchen is the true hub of the home.
Black fixtures and accents stand out against exposed brick walls in this homey kitchen.
Dark wood cabinets are accented with gold leaf in a kitchen styled in an ode to the Gilded Age.
A marble island counter brings a touch of sophistication to this natural wood kitchen.
Detailed scroll work makes these burnished wood cabinets pop.
A wide, curved island with seating makes it possible to get your meal out on time, while still chatting with guests.
A high ceiling with a chandelier above the table brings a touch of glamor to this unique kitchen.
Make a bold distinction between the cooking and eating parts of your kitchen by keeping one white and painting the walls of the other a brick red.
August 13, 2012 8:41 PM
Love the stove in the 3rd pic......
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