Of all the kitchen paint trends, this is our favorite. Grab some plus some pretty colors and say goodbye to boring floors forever!
Floating shelves may be all the rage, but here makes the case for mi both open shelves and traditional upper cabinets. Try placing shelves around a kitchen window to allow more light to filter in.
Want a bigger island without having to renovate? Designer doubled a family's island in one fell swoop by placing a light dining table right up next to it. Genius!
Chef Katie Lee's Hamptons kitchen embraces the light, with crisp white cabinetry and a soft blue tile backsplash to compliment the room's sunny view.
House-flipping pros have the winning kitchen design formula down to a science by incorporating both modern and traditional elements into their upstate New York kitchen.
Paint is the quickest and most effective way to transform your kitchen. Take it to the next level by covering the ceiling. Just be sure to keep a few pieces of wall white to strike an even balance of color.
Take your backsplash all the way to the ceiling for a modern and clean look.
When in doubt, opts for the classics, like and subway tile, that always stands the test of time. Pretty hydrangeas on the counter don't hurt, either!
Let a rustic dining table double as a comfy prep station for big family meals this summer.
Hide linens, platters and single-use items under the island. Hidden cabinets on both sides double up as a place to stash pots and pans.
Dreaming of an eat-in kitchen? Extend the countertop over the edge of a block island and it transforms into a casual dining spot. Chic shades let you filter in just the right amount of lighting.
You may not think it can, but a narrow kitchen can totally handle brightly colored cabinetry.
Let your copper cookware steal the show by and sturdy metal hooks. It creates a kitchen-worthy focal point in place of a backsplash and frees up precious cabinet space.
A cheery dishware collection gives this pale blue and dark gray kitchen a bit more personality.
The monochromatic theme paired with framed prints and a wooden tray give this kitchen a clean, country feel.
This kitchen's fun mix of colors and cool decor (look at that scalloped countertop!) gives off a quirky yet pulled-together vibe.
A cozy booth beats out stools any day. Fake a snug nook in the middle of the room by pulling up a plush island-height bench. Sunday brunch just got so much better.
Boring hardware just won't do. Select unexpected knobs, like these , for glamor at your fingertips.
Fill the floor space around the island with cozy carpets that are easy on the feet and the eye. A pair of jute carpets tie this beachy kitchen in with the rest of the New Jersey home.
Don't be shy when it comes to using bold hues in your kitchen — just pick one color and go with it.
An all-white kitchen looks stunning against expertly style shelves.
You won't miss the barista when you have a dedicated spot at home for brewing your morning cup.
Showcasing vintage Pyrex dishes and cookbooks on open shelving make this kitchen more inviting.
The wooden island and woven baskets add just the right touch of outdoors in this tranquil space.
A boldly patterned floor adds some serious pizazz to a traditional galley kitchen.
Who says stainless steel and wood can't play nice? This airy kitchen proves they can be great pals.
Custom cabinetry is more accessible than you think. This sleek space uses in two colors that seamlessly blend into the walls and floor.
Put your small space to work as both a kitchen and a dining room. Tuck stools under an island that can handle prep work and dinner parties. The owners of this tiny Brooklyn home added iron legs to a slab of butcher block for a versatile surface.
Move the party out of the living room and into the kitchen. Comfy and chic, vintage stools create a welcoming spot to hang out in a Florida home.