Custom Kitchens & Kitchen Renovation Binns Kitchen + Bath Design


It’s time to get rid of those hand-me-down pots and mismatched pans for a more streamlined look. We love how this all-black kitchen design incorporates matte-black cookware to match, giving this entire space a cohesive feel. While most backsplash designs only make it to the first shelf or upper cabinet, this kitchen proves that the right tile can reach new heights. Rather than install a backsplash halfway up your walls, maximize its potential and run it all the way up to the ceiling.

Keep your kitchen light and airy with a neutral color palette or soft pastel hues. Use an accent color in your kitchen island and carry the color throughout the kitchen to liven up the space. Sophisticated lighting systems, spacious islands with ample seating, and walk-in pantries for optimal storage are hallmark luxury design features. Together, these aspects create an inviting atmosphere that makes a luxury kitchen much more than just a place to prepare meals. It’s a central hub for entertainment and a statement of personal style. This is a trend that really flows seamlessly with a variety of kitchen aesthetics.

Contemporary Coastal Kitchen

The type of material and finish for your kitchen depends on your budget and your preferences. Listed below are some of the most popular materials and finishes in a modular kitchen. We don’t force you to choose a kitchen out of a catalogue – we design your ideal kitchen around you and your family’s unique personality with all the care and personalized attention of a master tailor. Designer Ellen Hamilton proves modern is bold with her vision for this colorful Florida kitchen. Fornace Brioni tile (Clé) ascending the walls and a plaster and gesso chandelier add artful graphic dimension to the space.

  • Designed by Metropole ArchitectsThis is a brilliant and sleek Contemporary-style kitchen with a white waterfall kitchen island that blends with the white flooring and has a glowing frosted glass panel.
  • The dark black cabinetry is illuminated by the bright, natural light that flows in from the large windows.
  • When mixing patterns, use a similar color palette and mix large-scale patterns with smaller motifs, so the eye is not overwhelmed.
  • This can mean everything from built-in storage that may go as high as the ceiling; a large central island for meal prep and casual dining; and a neutral palette that includes natural wood accents.
  • Arrange your kitchen layout to take advantage of large windows and use reflective surfaces to bounce light throughout the space, making it feel even more open and inviting.

Katherine Carter went with a dark gray choice in this Pacific Palisades home, but other selections include traditional white, black, or even a statement color like pink. Never one to shy away from color, Danielle Nagel of Dazey Den makes a case for rethinking the all-white kitchen. Choose your favorite color and decorate in tones, shades, and tints of that hue for a one-of-a-kind room. Colors that sit opposite each other on the color wheel give a room a dynamic feel. Whittney Parkinson Design used this color theory to bring in opposite shades of blue and copper and add some visual excitement to the space.

Modern Statement Backsplash

Brick flooring is a surprising contrast to classic elements and modern acrylic chairs in this traditional kitchen. A brand-new kitchen references long-ago eras with a beadboard backsplash and cabinets painted in handsome green and detailed in white porcelain knobs. Leaded-glass doors on the upper cabinets further the vintage style and provide breezy counterpoints to solid base cabinets. A custom breakfast nook cozies up to the end of this kitchen countertop. A crystal Sputnik chandelier and lacquered flat kitchen cabinets add a touch of retro glam to this midcentury modern-inspired space.