Thursday, March 10, 2011

English Country Kitchens

This kitchen blends the existing Old-World feel of the original house with today's modern living. Etched glass, black counters and crown mould lighting bridge the old to the new and provide excitement for everyday living.

Save money and open up the kitchen by using bulky floating shelves for dish storage, rather than using upper cabinets. The back door to the courtyard is painted to match the walls so it blends in and doesn’t draw attention.

A recessed cooktop with a seamless cover is hidden in the stainless steel island countertop to maximize counter space for entertaining and everyday use. Red slate, walnut floors and cream lacquer offset the crisp stainless steel and create a warm tailored look.

Light maple cabinets, an iridescent glass backsplash, a black granite countertop and an inviting breakfast bar with beautiful alabaster light pendants create a very naturally warm look for this contemporary kitchen. Photography by Francis Augustine.

Craftsmanship and elegance define this beautiful kitchen design. Photography by Marie Burgos.

A 200-bottle wine cooler is an awesome way to display your collection and have it close at hand for serving.

An open floor plan and plenty of natural light with views of an outdoor fountain make eating and cooking in this space a refreshing experience.

The Valcucine cabinets and Gaggenau appliances used in this kitchen are some the most eco-friendly kitchen products available today.

The beautiful glass-tiled wall is the focal point of this renovated kitchen, which is enhanced by unusual lavender-gray-colored custom cabinets, a linear stone countertop, drywall-covered beams, recessed lighting, stainless steel appliances and enlarged windows.

Suede barstools paired with an FSC certified, exotic veneer CaesarStone countertop and a view to the football game make the bar feel like you're at a lounge.

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