1,930 piece Contemporary Kitchen Design Photos

Lucy McLintic
Lucy McLintic
Ideabooks22,811
Questions8
away big, bulky pieces. Clear away messy piles. Move things that are in the way. These kitchen shelves are pared down, but not so much that they feel sparse. Your space should still feel habitable.
Begin collecting — with a color scheme in mind. I am partial to the natural-hued pieces from Heath Ceramics
Ceramics (some of which are shown here), but there are also many wonderful pieces by small makers and vintage finds to hunt for. Create a display on open shelving, and your ceramics will add to the color palette of your room.5 Questions for Heath's Adam Silverman
removing things that are unnecessary in the composition. Nothing should feel fake or forced. Good staging is really about removal. Take away big, bulky pieces. Clear away messy piles. Move things that are in the way. These kitchen shelves are pared down, but not so much that they feel sparse. Your space should
“backsplash” — shmalik
Casa by Charleston
Naperville Custom Home
Ideabooks2,190
Questions4
from a local quarry. The installers then broke the pieces on site and puzzle pieced them together.
wood around windows and island, floor=This was purchased in slab form from a local quarry. The installers then broke the pieces on site and puzzle pieced them together.
island, floor=This was purchased in slab form from a local quarry. The installers then broke the pieces on site and puzzle pieced them together.
Large pieces of slate were broken and placed to create this custom look!
Not sure that I like the uneven brokenness of the slate pieces.
“Floor” — lanabechtel
Greg Natale
Kitchen
Ideabooks6,296
Questions4
also adds to the high drama of the unit. Black and white marble tiles laid in a diamond pattern line the floor, and retro china and other porcelain pieces belonging to the clients peek out from inside the cabinetry.
also adds to the high drama of the unit. Black and white marble tiles laid in a diamond pattern line the floor, and retro china and other porcelain pieces belonging to the clients peek out from inside the cupboards.
“Cabinet colors” — loveit1726
David Giral Photography
3 Reviews
Urbanico / Kim Lapointe Designer House in Laval Quebec
Ideabooks930
Questions3
Key piece: Sleek chairs. Swapping out bulkier pieces for slender, leggy chairs in leather, chrome and plastic can change the whole look of a dining room, kitchen or breakfast nook
Sleek chairs. Swapping out bulkier pieces for slender, leggy chairs in leather, chrome and plastic can change the whole look of a dining room, kitchen or breakfast nook. Forgoing the slipcovers
this is a good series about style When Your Style Evolves: Key Pieces for New Looks
Key piece: Sleek chairs. Swapping out bulkier pieces for slender, leggy chairs in leather, chrome and plastic can change the whole look of a dining room, kitchen or breakfast nook. Forgoing the slipcovers, thick cushions and rolled arms doesn't have to mean sacrificing comfort — ergonomic shapes, high-tech
“Kit” — cyntia25
Venegas and Company
12 Reviews
Stanford in Pewter
Ideabooks15,887
Questions20
Island could look like a piece of furniture and accent color
Big cabinet on the left looks like a free-standing furniture piece
Corbels under upper cabinets, standalone pantry cupboard that looks like a separate piece of furniture
Stand-alone cabinetry looks like collected furniture pieces!
The island looks like a piece of furniture and the fact that it doesn't match the wood finish of the oak armoire-cabinet, along with the woven stools and globe light fixtures makes
this kitchen is the freestanding tall cabinet. Staining it an entirely different tone than the island or the floors makes it feel like it was a found piece even though it could have been built by the cabinetmaker at the same time as all the other cabinets. It's common in kitchen remodels for everything
“Island could look like a piece of furniture and accent color” — LDECOR
Fig. Studio Architecture + Interiors
Grant Park Kitchen
Ideabooks2,883
Questions9
A flaming red focal point is echoed in small pieces in the rest of the backsplash and in the floor.
Add an accent piece within the pattern for a unique touch. This floor ties the room together and grounds that intense red backsplash with a simple and strategically placed accent tile. This herringbone floor pattern will take some planning, because a few tiles will need to be shorter than the rest to
“CAMPANA” — mapaba
valerie pasquiou interiors + design, inc
1 Review
VP Interiors 2010
Ideabooks190K
Questions80
source of task lighting, like recessed lighting. We custom-make blown glass pendants and chandeliers for any type of space and have done a lot of pieces with a similar feel. :)
Amazing island with the wood piece!
Enjoy multipurpose furniture. Valerie Pasquiou, who I absolutely adore, considers how each piece contributes to an overall aesthetic. And in the process, she has created a kitchen and dining space in one. Using furniture for dual purposes eliminates
6. Enjoy multipurpose furnitureDesigner Valerie Pasquiou, who I absolutely adore, considers how each piece contributes to an overall aesthetic. As shown here, in doing so she has created a kitchen and dining space in one. Using furniture for dual purposes
“Love” — Vanessa Smith
Braam's Custom Cabinets
7 Reviews
kitchen
Ideabooks36,038
Questions27
Like the way the island centers the room as a furniture piece among white cabinetry.
come about since the 1800s, when the Shaker community was in full force. In larger units, the panel can be divided into one or more sections by using pieces known as mid-rails, mid-stiles or muntins.By choosing the best quality wood they could muster — such as maple, birch and chestnut — the Shaker craftsmen
biggest factors for choosing custom are attention to detail in the design phase and having the ability to seamlessly match millwork, trim or furniture pieces with the custom cabinetry. True custom cabinets offer customers the ability to have complete flexibility in their project designs. Special sizing
“dark and light” — beckyharward
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