53,140 Eclectic Kitchen Design Ideas
Nayan Soni Photography
A design co
The kitchen in this house needed some real TLC and sadly the cherry red laminate didn't suffice. We introduced a herringbone subway tile backsplash and a slight hint of colour in this space. With everything else being white, the cabinetry is where one can have fun - all the appliances are kept black to tie in the black accents from the living space and storage was maximised by squeezing in a tall pantry and tucking the refrigerator next to it. Open shelving was incorporated instead of closed upper cabinetry, just so one could display china and other collectibles, and this made the room feel open and airy and the plaid blinds added the right amount of playfulness. This open kitchen embraces a flurry of activities with some cooking, some prepping, some grabbing their beers, while having cookies humming away in the oven, in contrast to the claustrophobic layout earlier.
By the riverside
We maximized the small kitchen space by merging the utility thereby designing a parallel gallery kitchen. The metal checkered window at the end brought in natural light complementing the mediterrian kitchen.
Gina Sims Designs
Cati Teague Photography Cabinet design by Dove Studio.
Lucy Interior Design
Architect: Charlie & Co. | Builder: Detail Homes | Photographer: Spacecrafting
The wood slab kitchen bar counter acts as an artifact within this minimalistic kitchen.
RJ Austin Interior Design
This pull out table provides a quick breakfast area when there is no room for a standard table. JBL Photography
Dona Rosene Interiors
Photo by Robert Peacock.
Dulux Amazing Space
Painting the inside of cupboards contrasts fresh greens and acid tones to create a clean and contemporary finish.
Sweetlake Interior Design LLC
This amazing, U-shaped Memorial (Houston, TX 77024) custom kitchen design was influenced by the "The Great Gatsby" era with its custom zinc flared vent hood with nickel plated laminate straps. This terrific hood flares in on the front and the sides. The contrasting finishes help to add texture and character to this fully remodeled kitchen. This hood is considerably wider than the cooktop below. It's actually 60" wide with an open back splash and no cabinets on either side. We love to showcase vent hoods in most of our designs because it serves as a great conversation piece when entertaining family and friends. A good design tip is to always make the vent hood larger than the stove. It makes an incredible statement! The antiqued, mirror glass cabinets feature a faux finish with a furniture like feel. The large back splash features a zig zag design, often called "chevron pattern." The french sconces with nickel plated shades are beautifully displayed on each side of the gorgeous "La Cornue" stove adding bling to the kitchen's magnificence and giving an overall elegant look with easy clean up. Additionally, there are two (2) highbrow chandeliers by Curry & Company, gives the kitchen the love needed to be a step above the norm. The island bar has a farmhouse sink and a full slab of "Fantasy Brown" marble with seating for five. There is tons of storage throughout the kitchen with plenty of drawer and cabinet space on both sides of the island. The sub-zero refrigerator is totally integrated with cupboards and drawers to match. Another advantage of this variety of refrigeration is that you create furniture-style cabinetry. This is a truly great idea for a dateless design transformation in Houston with raised-panel cupboards and paneled appliances. Polished nickel handles, drawer pulls and faucet hardware complete the design.
Martins Camisuli Architects
What struck us strange about this property was that it was a beautiful period piece but with the darkest and smallest kitchen considering it's size and potential. We had a quite a few constrictions on the extension but in the end we managed to provide a large bright kitchen/dinning area with direct access to a beautiful garden and keeping the 'new ' in harmony with the existing building. We also expanded a small cellar into a large and functional Laundry room with a cloakroom bathroom. Jake Fitzjones Photography Ltd
Arrow Point Design
Concrete counter tops, white subway tile backsplash, latte colored cabinets with black hardware. Farmhouse sink with black faucet.
Here is a great example of how you can mix up styles: a dark grey handle-less kitchen, with minimal white quartz worktops is paired up with bright mustard yellow painted walls, a vinyl floor with a bold geometric design, and scaffolding boards act as open shelves on the walls.
Lisa Berman Design
Mediterranean/Spanish style kitchen with painted floors, reclaimed wood beams, glass shelves, marble countertops, and brick backsplash. Grey Crawford