Great White Way
Three kitchens shine in a great white way
This kitchen is well-lit, thanks to the various kitchen lighting ideas employed, including the soft lights under the cabinetry and the rows of lights stretching the length of the kitchen.
After seeing barn doors that doubled as pantry doors in a picture, this homeowner decided to use the concept, but with the refrigerator.
Subway tiles run the perimeter of the stove area, affording a crisp look without straying too far from a traditional style.
These home remodelers took a very closed off kitchen and dining space and expanded the area, creating a less cluttered kitchen and a wide opening to the dining room.
The kitchen cabinet colors incorporated into this area really pop and were designed to match the refrigerator across the kitchen.
Even though the designer of this kitchen recommended a farmhouse sink, the homeowners were married to the idea of this 60-inch stainless steel sink with a nearby drying rack.
In a house with an open floor plan where the kitchen seems to dominate, some good small dining room ideas include adding a rug underneath the table to give the space some definition, and a single lighting fixture dedicated solely to the table.
Mud rooms are often designed for functionality and nothing more, a fact enhanced by most mud room designs, but this mud room and combined laundry room is defined by clean lines and sparse decorations.
The serving island features a microwave and warming drawer—perfect for handing off a quick snack to anyone sitting on one of the barstools.
Various kitchen appliances, like this six-burner range and nearby double ovens, help these homeowners cook for a crowd.
This kitchen boasts two kitchen islands, which enables the owners to use one solely for prep work and one for casual dining and gathering.
Some awesome kitchen island ideas used in this space include three bar stools with no back, which keep the space open, and the use of maple to add a touch of color to the all-white design.