Colorful and muted, historical and modern kitchen interior options – this review includes wonderful samples, each of which has its own unique style and color, and is made using available materials. Evaluating the combination of inspiration and practicality, we chose the most beautiful design kitchen designs that have become hits among readers.
1. A water stroke in Austin
Readers immediately loved this kitchen in the color of water and lime in Texas from the designer Jennifer Ott. While the bold tones of the island and apron attract the eye, the functionality of this clever kitchen has made it worthy of a lot of likes.
Ultra-large drawers instead of the usual closets of base furniture, hidden storage systems in the windowsills and two pantries helped Jennifer make the kitchen cozy and tidy.
2. Intelligent storage solutions in Indiana
Stunning at first glance, the kitchen has even more pluses than it might seem. Designer Susan Brook has specially designed a horizontal structure furniture with practical storage systems, a lift for a mixer, and other functional details that help the family stay organized.
3. Beautiful blue tint in Martas-Vinyard
Situated on the shore of the lake on the northern coast of Martas Vinyard Island (Massachusetts), this kitchen has soothing blue furniture that touched the hearts of our readers.
The spacious rear pantry, plenty of natural light and a benevolent atmosphere make it attractive for cooking dinner for both, and for a cheerful friendly company.
4. Elegant reconstruction of the house of the XVIII century
Repair of old houses is always connected with a number of problems, especially when you are working with a house of the XVIII century! This kitchen in New Jersey 1790-ies had its original fireplace of old brickwork, and the owners were determined to keep it.
Harmony Cabinets and Construction equipped this old element with a functional stove and used new fog-blue furniture to create timeless interior styling.
5. Exquisite artistic interior
A unique handmade apron is a bold decision from designer McKinney York, understandable and close to the children's gaze. But it seems to me that it is the working wall that attracts readers with its marvelous appearance.
Several areas of activity, including small ones, such as a second refrigerator, help in cleaning and cooking, and the elevator from the garage facilitates the unloading of products.
6. Sweet French country style in Austin
Simple but nice, it has a practical layout and carefully thought out design. While in the color scheme of the room UB Kitchens used a cream and white palette to create a sense of open and bright space, the accentual gray grouting of the apron adds a special charm and European chic.
7. Kitchen-galley in the country of vineyards
A dream home does not always come with a dream kitchen – this is first-hand realized by homeowners in Sonoma County, California. While the budget said that the space of this kitchen-galley can not be changed, the architect Amy Alper has transformed the layout so that it is easier and more convenient to cook and clean.
Organization of space with a focus on the correct placement of devices and maintenance of a clear and spacious working triangle increases the functionality of the room without adding square meters.
8. Mixing Two Styles in San Diego
In this case, homeowners from Southern California have compromised, combining two styles and combining elements of modern design with rustic motifs. Specialists Jackson Design & Remodeling used a combination of classic tiles, quartz agglomerate countertops and recycled wood, successfully combining two styles.
9. Two islands in Colorado
A family of five wanted to have extra space so that everyone could spend time together in the kitchen. Two islands and two refrigerators divided the room according to the type of activity – the cooking area and the area for meals and cleaning. Now the family can act unhindered in this room at the same time.
10. A new classic in the house 1900-ies
The small size kitchen 1900-ies, which could accommodate only a mini-fridge, did not make sense for this modern family. Designer Sarah Henry demolished the back wall, installed furniture from floor to ceiling and used classic materials to create an updated open space.
11. Budget saving in Toronto
Although customers had a limited budget, Gillian Lazanik knew how to fit a modern and stylish kitchen in this framework. Thanks to the preservation of the existing zone with the technology, she transformed the space with furniture from IKEA and the bold color of the apron.
The corner with the table on the other side of the galley has a dual purpose – as a working space for adults and as a snack place for children.
12. United open reconstruction in Oregon
The family needed a kitchen with a place to accommodate three children receiving home education here. Also it was very important for the hosts that the space be connected with the rest of the house. Thanks to the addition of a cozy corner for breakfast and the use of classic, durable materials, it will now be a cozy family for many years.
13. The expansion of kitchen-galley in Austin
Furniture pear-green color and a charming guest corner helped brighten up this outdated space and connect it to the adjacent room. Thin details, such as a corner window and large-format tiles like in the subway, play with the size and scale of this small kitchen. The top made of white oak adds the necessary heat.
14. Vintage elegance in a pocket-sized kitchen
Located on 13 square meters, this kitchen remains true to its roots 1920-ies. The designer and owner of the house Robert Kelly wanted all the materials and equipment (including the magnificent antique oven) to be preserved.
Remaining faithful to the original style of the house, he worked with the air circulation in this zone to make the space more functional for his family.
15. The entrance opens the kitchen
This kitchen in Boston is visible right at the entrance to the house, and customers wanted it to look as attractive as possible. Designer Emily Pinney added here a few square meters from the neighboring dining area, turning the kitchen into a dining room bar with a large table top. The classic white palette preserves the style of the rest of the house here.
16. Clever and elegant additions in Atlanta
This kitchen has undergone enough transformations: from the nightmarish room 1980 year to the warm and modern space today. A new layout with certain area assignments controls activities in space and provides a place for both cooking and entertainment.
Additional shelves and special wine and coffee stations were added, so that everyone could get what he needs without pushing the cook.
17. Reconstruction of the historic style kitchen of the times of Queen Anne
When Geoffrey Gainer began to need a new kitchen, he did not want an artificial old-fashioned or incoherent modern style. Instead, he combined it with the dining room, used hanging shelves from spruce, cork floors and a countertop made of recycled wood. Over time, this new environment will merge with the old backbone of the house.
18. Small kitchen culinary pros
Cara Eisenpress has a small kitchen, but a New York blogger, writer, cook and recipe developer manages to do a lot in this small space. While it can not make any significant changes to the area it leases, it maximizes the available space by investing in quality products and tools.
19. A small kitchen is a great place for a look
We are acquainted with the amazing project in Philadelphia, providing a beautiful view of the garden and a lot of extra space for a dining table and chairs. This Victorian guest house is located in the historic quarter, so external changes should have been minimal. But the new premise perfectly complements the original bay window of the house on the second floor.
20. Comfortable and streamlined kitchen in Montreal
Our readers loved this modern design with the use of easy-care materials. Built-in storage systems for wines, cutlery and books allow the use of every centimeter of space, while the materials for finishing work – granite countertop and the facade of MDF cabinets – make surface cleaning simple.
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