63 Kitchen Cabinet Ideas For a Stunning Kitchen


In a long U-style kitchen, consider placing the fridge on the far wall where it won’t get in the way of other appliances. A colorful blue runner on the dark hardwood floors of this galley kitchen from Desiree Burns Interiors creates a focal point in the functional, all-white space. Concentrate your kitchen cabinets and appliances on a single wall to create an open, uncluttered feel in any size kitchen.

  • The level of co-ordination with other contractors involved in the project ensured a trouble free working environment.
  • A kitchen island is another great kitchen idea, and again you don’t have to be buying a whole new kitchen to add one to your current space.
  • There’s no getting around a bulky fridge in a small kitchen, but there are ways you can make it feel like a more seamless part of the design.
  • In this modern treehouse in Guadalajara, Mexico, the kitchen exudes quiet luxury with cabinetry, a vent hood, and a table by Boffi.
  • The kitchens became more sleek and modern, and they started to use more exotic materials such as wood and bamboo.

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A large farm table with wooden bench seating gives the space a homey and timeless feel. An air of glamorous sophistication courses through this beautiful kitchen created by Shelley Cekirge Interiors. Cool gray and light wood offer subtle contrast, while angular glass pendant lights almost feel like jewelry dripping from the ceiling. A glass backsplash sets a polished tone in aWashington, DC, kitchen designed by Solís Betancourt & Sherrill. A hood by Gaggenau hangs above the gleaming Caesarstone island, where dessert is served. Cerused-oak cabinetry lines a Rockwell Group–designedManhattan penthouse’s kitchen, which is contrasted strikingly by unique marble.