Category Archives: Kitchen Color
Located just steps from the range on the opposite wall, an oversize farm-style sink offers generous depth for filling tall pots or flower vases. Glass-front cabinets extend to the ceiling to maximize storage and show off colorful dishware. The large … Continue reading
With light streaming in through a large bank of windows, this white kitchen stays bright and airy.
Tucked into the back corner of the house, this kitchen uses ever inch of space. By building the creamy-color cabinets around the appliances, the space feels finished and elegant.
The ornate columns, cabinetry, and island take this white kitchen from good to great. Behind the range, beautiful mosaic tiles add an organic pattern and a pop of color.
Although this kitchen’s floor plan is on the small side, it appears spacious and inviting thanks to a few design tricks. Blocks of darker colors (on the floor and island) ground the area, while crisp white and creamy bisque on … Continue reading
Caesarstone recently introduced a line of six neutral colors for its durable quartz countertops. Shown is the grayish-beige “Linen,” whose subtle color gradation lends itself well to sleek contemporary designs. Caesarstone countertops are nonporous and are resistant to heat, spills … Continue reading
“Drawers can be more expensive to build than cabinets, but I find they’re more versatile and less likely to become a disorganized mess. For extra storage in this kitchen, I used inexpensive wooden stair treads from Lowe’s to create open … Continue reading
The unique feature of this sturdy and versatile island is its thick wooden top. That’s no ordinary butcher block. JAS Design Build, a Seattle-based firm known for its innovative style, built that countertop out of a reclaimed bowling alley lane. … Continue reading
A bright orange wall gives the otherwise black and white kitchen a fun pop of color.
All-white kitchens have been extremely popular, but to keep them from feeling like sterile boxes, beautiful millwork is key. Sticking with straightforward yet traditional elements such as raised-panel cabinet doors, recessed-panel drawers, and architecturally correct use of moldings ensures timeless … Continue reading