1. Kitchen Photos

Orange Floor Kitchen with Stone Tile Backsplash Ideas

Larchmont Harbor Residence
Larchmont Harbor Residence
Amanda Kirkpatrick Photography
Example of a mid-sized beach style light wood floor and orange floor enclosed kitchen design in New York with a farmhouse sink, shaker cabinets, gray cabinets, marble countertops, gray backsplash, stone tile backsplash, stainless steel appliances and an island
Durham Chocolate and Cream Kitchen
Durham Chocolate and Cream Kitchen
emma delon
Dark cherry cabinetry and glazed cream cabinetry marry perfectly in this beautiful Durham kitchen. Taupe accents, a natural stone backsplash, and Golden Sparkle granite countertops create a warm and inviting space. The blown glass pendant lights add the perfect amount of color to this stunning space. Open to the adjacent dining room, this kitchen is great for entertaining or just enjoying a quiet family meal. copyright 2012 marilyn peryer photography
Durham Chocolate and Cream Kitchen
Durham Chocolate and Cream Kitchen
emma delon
Dark cherry cabinetry and glazed cream cabinetry marry perfectly in this beautiful Durham kitchen. Taupe accents, a natural stone backsplash, and Golden Sparkle granite countertops create a warm and inviting space. The blown glass pendant lights add the perfect amount of color to this stunning space. Open to the adjacent dining room, this kitchen is great for entertaining or just enjoying a quiet family meal. copyright 2012 marilyn peryer photography
Kitchen Update - Saginaw
Kitchen Update - Saginaw
Miland Home Construction, LLC
his kitchen is absolutely perfect to maintain the feel of the Texas country. Custom cabinets bring the all natural wood to collide with a wonderful slab of granite and rope pulls. Stainless steel appliances keep this home looking updated and sleek, but still warm and comforting. All natural stone backsplash brings the outside scenery indoors! If you're a lover of the outdoors and acres of land then this kitchen is perfect for you.
Kitchens
Kitchens
Bothof Remodel, Construction & Solar
Enclosed kitchen - mid-sized cottage galley terra-cotta tile and orange floor enclosed kitchen idea in San Diego with a farmhouse sink, shaker cabinets, white cabinets, solid surface countertops, brown backsplash, stone tile backsplash, colored appliances, an island and black countertops
2018 | Lake Forest Freshen Up: Kitchen + Breakfast Area
2018 | Lake Forest Freshen Up: Kitchen + Breakfast Area
Robin's Nest Interiors
Our final installment for this project is the Lake Forest Freshen Up: Kitchen + Breakfast Area. Below is a BEFORE photo of what the Kitchen looked like when the homeowners purchased their home. The previous homeowners wanted a “lodge” look but they did overdo it a bit with the ledge stone. We lightened up the Kitchen considerably by painting the cabinetry neutral white with a glaze. Creative Finishes by Kelly did an amazing job. The lighter cabinetry contrasts nicely with the hardware floor finish and the dark granite countertops. Even the ledge stone looks great! The island has a wonderful shape with an eating area on the end where 3 stools fit snugly underneath. The oversized pendants are the perfect scale for the large island. The unusual chandelier makes a statement in the Breakfast Area. We added a pop of color with the artwork and grounded this area with a fun geometric rug. There is a lot of cabinetry in this space so we broke up the desk area by painting it Sherwin Williams’ Gauntlet Gray (SW7019), the same color we painted the island column. The homeowners’ wine cabinet and two fun chairs that we reupholstered in a small geometric pattern finish off this area. This Lake Forest Freshen Up: Kitchen + Breakfast Area is truly a transformation without changing the footprint. When new cabinetry is not an option or your current cabinetry is in great shape but not a great finish, you should consider painting them. This project is proof that it can change the look of your entire Kitchen – for the better! Click here and here for other projects featuring painted cabinets. Enjoy!
Getzville Refresh
Getzville Refresh
Jon Tober - Designer at Artisan Kitchens and Baths
Kitchen pantry - small eclectic galley medium tone wood floor and orange floor kitchen pantry idea in New York with an undermount sink, flat-panel cabinets, gray cabinets, quartz countertops, black backsplash, stone tile backsplash, stainless steel appliances, a peninsula and white countertops
Warm, Light Filled, Cream and Cherry Kitchen
Warm, Light Filled, Cream and Cherry Kitchen
emma delon
Marilyn Peryer Style House Photography
Enclosed kitchen - mid-sized transitional l-shaped medium tone wood floor and orange floor enclosed kitchen idea in Raleigh with a double-bowl sink, shaker cabinets, granite countertops, stone tile backsplash, stainless steel appliances, an island, white cabinets, beige backsplash and multicolored countertops
Blyskal Puzio Residence
Blyskal Puzio Residence
Steven Affelt, RA
Timothy Hill
Inspiration for a mid-sized craftsman galley cement tile floor and orange floor open concept kitchen remodel in New York with an undermount sink, beaded inset cabinets, medium tone wood cabinets, granite countertops, beige backsplash, stone tile backsplash, stainless steel appliances and an island
2018 | Lake Forest Freshen Up: Kitchen + Breakfast Area
2018 | Lake Forest Freshen Up: Kitchen + Breakfast Area
Robin's Nest Interiors
Our final installment for this project is the Lake Forest Freshen Up: Kitchen + Breakfast Area. Below is a BEFORE photo of what the Kitchen looked like when the homeowners purchased their home. The previous homeowners wanted a “lodge” look but they did overdo it a bit with the ledge stone. We lightened up the Kitchen considerably by painting the cabinetry neutral white with a glaze. Creative Finishes by Kelly did an amazing job. The lighter cabinetry contrasts nicely with the hardware floor finish and the dark granite countertops. Even the ledge stone looks great! The island has a wonderful shape with an eating area on the end where 3 stools fit snugly underneath. The oversized pendants are the perfect scale for the large island. The unusual chandelier makes a statement in the Breakfast Area. We added a pop of color with the artwork and grounded this area with a fun geometric rug. There is a lot of cabinetry in this space so we broke up the desk area by painting it Sherwin Williams’ Gauntlet Gray (SW7019), the same color we painted the island column. The homeowners’ wine cabinet and two fun chairs that we reupholstered in a small geometric pattern finish off this area. This Lake Forest Freshen Up: Kitchen + Breakfast Area is truly a transformation without changing the footprint. When new cabinetry is not an option or your current cabinetry is in great shape but not a great finish, you should consider painting them. This project is proof that it can change the look of your entire Kitchen – for the better! Click here and here for other projects featuring painted cabinets. Enjoy!
2018 | Lake Forest Freshen Up: Kitchen + Breakfast Area
2018 | Lake Forest Freshen Up: Kitchen + Breakfast Area
Robin's Nest Interiors
Our final installment for this project is the Lake Forest Freshen Up: Kitchen + Breakfast Area. Below is a BEFORE photo of what the Kitchen looked like when the homeowners purchased their home. The previous homeowners wanted a “lodge” look but they did overdo it a bit with the ledge stone. We lightened up the Kitchen considerably by painting the cabinetry neutral white with a glaze. Creative Finishes by Kelly did an amazing job. The lighter cabinetry contrasts nicely with the hardware floor finish and the dark granite countertops. Even the ledge stone looks great! The island has a wonderful shape with an eating area on the end where 3 stools fit snugly underneath. The oversized pendants are the perfect scale for the large island. The unusual chandelier makes a statement in the Breakfast Area. We added a pop of color with the artwork and grounded this area with a fun geometric rug. There is a lot of cabinetry in this space so we broke up the desk area by painting it Sherwin Williams’ Gauntlet Gray (SW7019), the same color we painted the island column. The homeowners’ wine cabinet and two fun chairs that we reupholstered in a small geometric pattern finish off this area. This Lake Forest Freshen Up: Kitchen + Breakfast Area is truly a transformation without changing the footprint. When new cabinetry is not an option or your current cabinetry is in great shape but not a great finish, you should consider painting them. This project is proof that it can change the look of your entire Kitchen – for the better! Click here and here for other projects featuring painted cabinets. Enjoy!
2018 | Lake Forest Freshen Up: Kitchen + Breakfast Area
2018 | Lake Forest Freshen Up: Kitchen + Breakfast Area
Robin's Nest Interiors
Our final installment for this project is the Lake Forest Freshen Up: Kitchen + Breakfast Area. Below is a BEFORE photo of what the Kitchen looked like when the homeowners purchased their home. The previous homeowners wanted a “lodge” look but they did overdo it a bit with the ledge stone. We lightened up the Kitchen considerably by painting the cabinetry neutral white with a glaze. Creative Finishes by Kelly did an amazing job. The lighter cabinetry contrasts nicely with the hardware floor finish and the dark granite countertops. Even the ledge stone looks great! The island has a wonderful shape with an eating area on the end where 3 stools fit snugly underneath. The oversized pendants are the perfect scale for the large island. The unusual chandelier makes a statement in the Breakfast Area. We added a pop of color with the artwork and grounded this area with a fun geometric rug. There is a lot of cabinetry in this space so we broke up the desk area by painting it Sherwin Williams’ Gauntlet Gray (SW7019), the same color we painted the island column. The homeowners’ wine cabinet and two fun chairs that we reupholstered in a small geometric pattern finish off this area. This Lake Forest Freshen Up: Kitchen + Breakfast Area is truly a transformation without changing the footprint. When new cabinetry is not an option or your current cabinetry is in great shape but not a great finish, you should consider painting them. This project is proof that it can change the look of your entire Kitchen – for the better! Click here and here for other projects featuring painted cabinets. Enjoy!
Warm, Light Filled, Cream and Cherry Kitchen
Warm, Light Filled, Cream and Cherry Kitchen
emma delon
Marilyn Peryer Style House Photography
Enclosed kitchen - mid-sized transitional l-shaped medium tone wood floor and orange floor enclosed kitchen idea in Raleigh with a double-bowl sink, shaker cabinets, granite countertops, stone tile backsplash, stainless steel appliances, an island, white cabinets, beige backsplash and multicolored countertops
2018 | Lake Forest Freshen Up: Kitchen + Breakfast Area
2018 | Lake Forest Freshen Up: Kitchen + Breakfast Area
Robin's Nest Interiors
Our final installment for this project is the Lake Forest Freshen Up: Kitchen + Breakfast Area. Below is a BEFORE photo of what the Kitchen looked like when the homeowners purchased their home. The previous homeowners wanted a “lodge” look but they did overdo it a bit with the ledge stone. We lightened up the Kitchen considerably by painting the cabinetry neutral white with a glaze. Creative Finishes by Kelly did an amazing job. The lighter cabinetry contrasts nicely with the hardware floor finish and the dark granite countertops. Even the ledge stone looks great! The island has a wonderful shape with an eating area on the end where 3 stools fit snugly underneath. The oversized pendants are the perfect scale for the large island. The unusual chandelier makes a statement in the Breakfast Area. We added a pop of color with the artwork and grounded this area with a fun geometric rug. There is a lot of cabinetry in this space so we broke up the desk area by painting it Sherwin Williams’ Gauntlet Gray (SW7019), the same color we painted the island column. The homeowners’ wine cabinet and two fun chairs that we reupholstered in a small geometric pattern finish off this area. This Lake Forest Freshen Up: Kitchen + Breakfast Area is truly a transformation without changing the footprint. When new cabinetry is not an option or your current cabinetry is in great shape but not a great finish, you should consider painting them. This project is proof that it can change the look of your entire Kitchen – for the better! Click here and here for other projects featuring painted cabinets. Enjoy!
Blyskal Puzio Residence
Blyskal Puzio Residence
Steven Affelt, RA
Kitchen photo, bar stool seating with bar off to the left,. Copper hood above the stove, double oven can be seen in the far right side. Timothy Hill
Mid-sized arts and crafts galley cement tile floor and orange floor open concept kitchen photo in New York with an undermount sink, beaded inset cabinets, medium tone wood cabinets, granite countertops, beige backsplash, stone tile backsplash, stainless steel appliances and an island
2018 | Lake Forest Freshen Up: Kitchen + Breakfast Area
2018 | Lake Forest Freshen Up: Kitchen + Breakfast Area
Robin's Nest Interiors
Our final installment for this project is the Lake Forest Freshen Up: Kitchen + Breakfast Area. Below is a BEFORE photo of what the Kitchen looked like when the homeowners purchased their home. The previous homeowners wanted a “lodge” look but they did overdo it a bit with the ledge stone. We lightened up the Kitchen considerably by painting the cabinetry neutral white with a glaze. Creative Finishes by Kelly did an amazing job. The lighter cabinetry contrasts nicely with the hardware floor finish and the dark granite countertops. Even the ledge stone looks great! The island has a wonderful shape with an eating area on the end where 3 stools fit snugly underneath. The oversized pendants are the perfect scale for the large island. The unusual chandelier makes a statement in the Breakfast Area. We added a pop of color with the artwork and grounded this area with a fun geometric rug. There is a lot of cabinetry in this space so we broke up the desk area by painting it Sherwin Williams’ Gauntlet Gray (SW7019), the same color we painted the island column. The homeowners’ wine cabinet and two fun chairs that we reupholstered in a small geometric pattern finish off this area. This Lake Forest Freshen Up: Kitchen + Breakfast Area is truly a transformation without changing the footprint. When new cabinetry is not an option or your current cabinetry is in great shape but not a great finish, you should consider painting them. This project is proof that it can change the look of your entire Kitchen – for the better! Click here and here for other projects featuring painted cabinets. Enjoy!
Loma Verde Contemporary Kitchen
Loma Verde Contemporary Kitchen
Kitchen Inspiration Inc.
Eat-in kitchen - mid-sized contemporary l-shaped medium tone wood floor and orange floor eat-in kitchen idea in San Francisco with an undermount sink, flat-panel cabinets, orange cabinets, quartz countertops, beige backsplash, stone tile backsplash, stainless steel appliances and an island
Celinda St.
Celinda St.
LeBoeuf & Biasotti
JB Hall
Mid-sized trendy galley medium tone wood floor and orange floor open concept kitchen photo in San Diego with a double-bowl sink, raised-panel cabinets, dark wood cabinets, quartzite countertops, beige backsplash, stone tile backsplash, stainless steel appliances and an island
2018 | Lake Forest Freshen Up: Kitchen + Breakfast Area
2018 | Lake Forest Freshen Up: Kitchen + Breakfast Area
Robin's Nest Interiors
Our final installment for this project is the Lake Forest Freshen Up: Kitchen + Breakfast Area. Below is a BEFORE photo of what the Kitchen looked like when the homeowners purchased their home. The previous homeowners wanted a “lodge” look but they did overdo it a bit with the ledge stone. We lightened up the Kitchen considerably by painting the cabinetry neutral white with a glaze. Creative Finishes by Kelly did an amazing job. The lighter cabinetry contrasts nicely with the hardware floor finish and the dark granite countertops. Even the ledge stone looks great! The island has a wonderful shape with an eating area on the end where 3 stools fit snugly underneath. The oversized pendants are the perfect scale for the large island. The unusual chandelier makes a statement in the Breakfast Area. We added a pop of color with the artwork and grounded this area with a fun geometric rug. There is a lot of cabinetry in this space so we broke up the desk area by painting it Sherwin Williams’ Gauntlet Gray (SW7019), the same color we painted the island column. The homeowners’ wine cabinet and two fun chairs that we reupholstered in a small geometric pattern finish off this area. This Lake Forest Freshen Up: Kitchen + Breakfast Area is truly a transformation without changing the footprint. When new cabinetry is not an option or your current cabinetry is in great shape but not a great finish, you should consider painting them. This project is proof that it can change the look of your entire Kitchen – for the better! Click here and here for other projects featuring painted cabinets. Enjoy!
Celinda St.
Celinda St.
LeBoeuf & Biasotti
JB Hall
Open concept kitchen - mid-sized contemporary l-shaped medium tone wood floor and orange floor open concept kitchen idea in San Diego with a double-bowl sink, dark wood cabinets, quartzite countertops, beige backsplash, stone tile backsplash, stainless steel appliances, an island and shaker cabinets