The kitchen is probably the most used room in your house, so you want it to be a space you enjoy spending time in. From country casual to sleek and modern — and everything in between — we've got all theyou could ever need. Marble countertops, here we come!
A glazed backsplash and weathered oak island feel sleek and sexy in a. The hanging rack is functional and stylish.
Hanging Pot Rack, $60, wayfair.com
Mix form with function by outfitting yourwith a ladder. Moroccan tiles add a bright pop of blue to break up all the wood.
Decorative Ladder, $78, wayfair.com
A dropped floor makes a rustic kitchen feel even larger. The exposed wood beams in the ceiling also give it that farmhouse vibe.
Take blue and white to the next level with a vibrant burst of cobalt. It makes a statement but still feels classic.
The contrast between the rustic stonework and streamlined stainless steel appliances give this French-inspired kitchen a serious wow factor. To maximize entertaining space, downsize an island and add a trestle table with stools.
The rattan pendant in ups the coastal vibes, but we're most obsessed with these tiny blue window shades. Future beach house goals.
For a glam but gender-neutral color scheme, opt for brass and blue. Aoffers cozy seating.
This may be a pricier renovation, but if you've always dreamed of living that Lonely Island, "I'm On A Boat" life (uh, don't we all?), go all-out on the coastal look with porthole windows.
You don't have to re-do your whole kitchen to make a statement. This kitchen has existing countertops and white range, but the cabinets were painted and hexagonal terracotta floor tiles were added, as well as open shelves.
The city version of a farmhouse kitchen features brass hardware, a painted floor, and two Wolf ovens. The cabinetry, along with white-tiled walls and a milk-glass chandelier, creates the illusion of added sunlight.
For an oversized island, you need statement lighting. These iron pendants add drama and necessary light.
An brightens up a mostly white kitchen. The contrasting blue door adds quirk.
Oil-rubbed-bronze hardware and antique-inspired floor tiles give a nod to old-world charm. The appliances and subway tiling keep it from feeling too dated.
Pale oak floors have a scrubbed look, and plank cabinetry with painted hinges and black latches give aold-time charm. To top the counters and island, choose a butcher block for warmth and informality.
Agives a classic white kitchen some cool points. Bonus? It adds drama to high ceilings, while making the room a little cozier.
This burst of color from a vibrant red. Brass fixtures make it feel clean and elegant.gets a
Thebrings a coziness to the space, but doesn't distract from its traditional style. And we need to talk about that insanely cool rolling ladder.
Design a kitchen inspired by the ocean's hues and you'll forever be dreaming of a beach vacation. But it's not like you weren't already, right?
Simple Shaker-style kitchen cabinets in a creamy color are off set by dark counters. The back door isfor a pop of color.
Use open shelves to break up cabinetry. Blue mercury-glass pendants pick up the color theme and add to the kitchen's exotic style.
Store everyday dishes on a, and opt for a vintage table and chairs. Major farmhouse decor envy.
Thishas a tiled barrel-vault ceiling, retro artwork, and bistro chairs for a vintage vibe. The brass fixtures add elegance.
Hanging silver pendants add glam to this clean and modern kitchen. A blue backsplash adds color to keep it from looking monochromatic.
Here's how to play around with color in an understated way. A jewel-toned island grounds this otherwise.
Open shelving and racks make a kitchen's everyday items easily accessible. Add elegant stools so it doesn't feel too industrial.
This kitchen's 1850s English refectory table echoes the wood beams above. And that farmhouse sink, though.
Hang pots from cantilevered shelves and choose patterned tiles to create a graphic floor in an all-white kitchen. The effect is industrial, but still homey.