Bang For Your Buck Kitchens

See some of the most beautiful and unique kitchens from Bang For Your Buck.

  • Tall Teak

    Teak and Formica-laminate cabinetry are combined to give this sleek space a lot of warmth with an urban flair.

  • Comfortable Country

    This kitchen seems bigger than it is thanks to the vaulted ceiling and indirect lighting. White distressed cabinetry, Carrera marble and a whimsical chandelier keeps it light and bright.

  • Glowing Modern

    Instead of upper cabinetry, these homeowners opted for more windows to let natural light shine down on their beautiful quartz countertops.

  • A Touch of Tuscan

    This farm-house style kitchen provides a sunny feel with its crisp-white and warm-yellow color palette.

  • White, Black and Recycled

    White shaker-style cabinets are topped with honed absolute-black granite countertops and offset with a recycled glass backsplash.

  • Mid-Century Contemporary

    High-end, frameless acrylic-finish cabinets are paired with a mosaic-tile backsplash to make this kitchen fun and functional.

  • Tailored Masculine

    The tiger-striped oak butcherblock on the island ties the rich color of the cabinets to the lighter tones in the granite countertop and hardwood floors.

  • Unique Island Surface

    The large peninsula is covered in soft pleather while the rest of the countertops are honed slate. The glass mosaic backsplash and stainless-steel appliances reflect lots of light onto the custom cherry cabinets.

  • Mix and Match

    The white cabinets are original to the house. The homeowners had them refinished then added a strong contrast with dark mahogany, glass-front cabinets.

  • Hip and Chic

    Dark-walnut cabinetry is combined with contrasting white countertops and a recycled-glass mosaic backsplash to create a clean contemporary design.

  • Groovy Green

    This urban row-house kitchen makes the most of the space with tall maple cabinets and dual-height countertops.

  • Mixed Materials

    This kitchen sports a combination of different countertops -- teak, marble and granite. Warm cherry cabinets bridge the tones of each while bright red pendants add a pop of color.

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