This week I was inspired to talk about kitchens since I am looking into building a new home soon with my employer Sunlight Heritage Homes. Inspiration is all around me and I thought I would take advantage and share it all with you.
Two tone kitchens have been popular for quite some time now. I particularily like to see a mix of materials used that are un expected and something that you wouldn’t normally see used for typical kitchen cabinetry.
My first fav kitchen picture.. Where do I begin, from the glam glossy backsplash to the reclaimed wood island. This kitchen has me all over it. Mixing materials and styles is my favorite part about design. The different textures add tons of character to this kitchen.
Another reclaimed wood island, I think we may have a trend here for what I like in kitchens. I love the soft grey upper and lower cabinetry with the chimney style range hood. The Island has a country barn feel which I also admire. The steel stools complete this look for me.
The all white kitchen is definitely in my top 5 right now. Very clean and fresh with the dark grey sleek quartz counter, don’t get me started on the partial integrated wood cutting board feature. The A-frame dome type light fixtures add just enough shape to the space that it needs.
Hello Raised Breakfast bar! I love that this designer used a different material and texture for the raised bar instead of keeping it uniform with the countertops. This feature is stunning especially if you are tight for space its a great way to incorporate extra seating.
I saved the best for last. I Loveeee this space, yes this photo deserves four e’s on the Love. The Brick accent wall, Black Chimney hood range, the light white wash wood paneled ceiling and darker Decorative Wooden beams. The enormous island, this space is my favorite. I especially like the two tone kitchen and how they have used two different counters for the kitchen and the island.
I hope you enjoyed these kitchens as much as I did. My head is just flowing with creative ideas and new features that I can incorporate into our future home. Now we just need to decided what we want to go with for our design. Either way I cant wait for that project to begin and to see what we end up coming up with.
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Lc Designs 🙂