Thursday, March 10, 2011

Eclectic Kitchens

The large kitchen features beautiful wood accents and stainless steel fixtures. The countertop serves as a bar that seats four.

The kitchen is attached to the outdoor deck which provides for the ultimate setup for entertaining.

Calacatta marble and CaesarStone where used on the countertops in this contemporary kitchen. This exquisite custom mosaic floor is made of Calacatta and Emperor Brown marble. Photography by David Young-Wolff.

The milky white cabinetry comes to life with green granite countertops and a cool green wall color. The color palette brings the feeling of nature indoors. Wall color: Benjamin Moore: Grasshopper AF415.

A custom mosaic floor, a custom glass backsplash, sleek cabinetry and a stunning red Murano glass lighting fixture make up this modern timeless kitchen. Photography by David Young-Wolff.

These eco-friendly kitchen cabinets were custom-made from a beautiful green material called plyboo, which is made from 100 percent rapidly renewable bamboo. It's just as easy on the environment as it is the eye.

Don't be afraid to use a deep color in a room with a lot of natural light.

The mix of dark-stained wood, black and cream accents tie in with the existing architecture of this 1920’s Tudor home. The custom alder wood cabinets were stained to match the leaded glass door that leads to the dining room.

The traditional coffee center ties in with the columns and millwork, as opposed to the modern kitchen cabinetry. This creates a transition between the more traditional details of the home and the more modern space of the kitchen.

The bar doubles as a desk and message center, and houses an extra stool for the island. The eat-in kitchen has a built-in bench that also doubles as a radiator cover. A trestle table is key to making the bench seating practical and comfortable

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