This light and bright eat-in kitchen features wooden stools positioned around a gray and white marble top kitchen island, creating the perfect spot for casual dining. Modern glass pendant lights hang from the natural wood plank ceiling, while white cabinets and stainless steel appliances finish off the look of the space.
Shimmering subway tile and sleek quartz countertops set off white cabinetry in this California kitchen. A custom stainless steel range hood rises to the peaked, beamed ceiling. The taupe-painted island features beadboard paneling that fits with the cozy vibe of the open kitchen.
A hanging rack is a clever—and attractive—way to store pots and pans when you're short on cabinet space. This kitchen brings additional visual interest via its blue tile backsplash, a nice contrast with the all-white cabinets and countertops.
Custom floating reclaimed shelves flank the farmhouse apron sink and play off the walnut kitchen island top while creating a textural contrast against the polished tile wall. Where the three vintage-style pendants now hang, there was a large wall closing off the entire kitchen. Demolishing the wall gave an opportunity to marry the two spaces and allow for bar seating.
Subtle rustic elements, like barn light pendants and stone floors, find their place in this transitional kitchen. An intimate arrangement of chairs in the bay window can be used as a breakfast or reading area.