A splash of orange in the cabinetry and pendant light adds instant energy to the mostly neutral kitchen, which also features warm khaki cabinets and sage countertops. Another burst of color, though more muted, is brought in through the red oxidized penny-round backsplash.
As seen on HGTV's Renovation Raiders, this kitchen’s rich, dark cabinetry offsets the white quartz countertops and white subway tile backsplash. Sugar and flour containers in soft green add a touch of color to this classic yet updated space.
The Kitchen Cousins have done it again with this open concept kitchen. The neutral colors in this kitchen help the space by making it feel more open, while the kitchen island helps to assuage the problem of little storage and seating. The coral backsplash behind the stove brings a pop of color to the space.
Slipcovered chairs and a built-in bench with striped upholstery cushions surround a wooden table in this update take on a Southern cottage. Pistachio green walls, nautical sconces, pale wood floors and billowing white drapes complete this mod-cozy look. The made over dining space was featured on HGTV's series Renovation Raiders.
The Kitchen Cousins were able to transform this space after taking out the old cramped broken stove that had a vent to the outside but did not work, this new cooking area will be a huge improvement in functionality, safety, and aesthetics of this kitchen. The new design not only looks great, but the green Moroccan back splash, adds a lot of color and life.
John and Anthony liked the style and design of the original farmhouse cabinets, but they thought the kitchen could use some color, so the Kitchen Cousins decided on these sky blue retro looking appliances to add the color they were looking for.
A copper range hood adds metallic glam to this traditional kitchen. Black kitchen cabinets with white granite countertops complement the classic, yet stunningly chic look.
In order to add a stove, cabinets and appliances in the kitchen, the french doors had to be removed and a wall need to be added. Because valuable light was being taken away, the Kitchen Cousins added two skylights into the ceiling. After tearing the dining room wall down and turning the dining room into the kitchen, there is a whole new flow and life to the atmosphere and energy of the kitchen and dining room area. What once was a cold empty ding room is now a large kitchen that opens to a large dining room.
This rustic dining room, first seen on HGTV's Kitchen Cousins, features a tongue and groove ceiling and wide plank hardwood floors. The honey-toned wood details are offset by a distressed dining table topped with a white antler chandelier.
This country kitchen pairs together natural wood Shaker cabinets with a top row of painted green cabinetry that acts as a color accent to the space. Rust orange granite countertops, a neutral tile backsplash and dark brown wood floors finish off the overall look of the space.
Bold orange cabinets are the focal point in this white kitchen. Contrasting white cabinetry grounds the space in a more traditional design while a tile backsplash complements the orange accents in the space.
Seidi Saida has had her kitchen rescued by Kitchen Cousins Anthony Carrino and John Colaneri after it was gutted and abandon by her first contractor. Now she has a moroccan back splash, stone counter top and eating area, tons of cabinet storage, a prep area and wonderful accent shelves as well as new stainless steel appliances.
Gray and white cabinets and stainless steel appliances surround this kitchen for a sleek, clean look. An island bar area faces a red tile backsplash, which adds a pop of color to the space. A glass range hood and ghost barstools ensure the accent wall is the main focus.
Bright red tiles against light bamboo cabinets create a lively look, and exciting contrast. The coral tile mixed with the bamboo cabinets create the modern look that the Kitchen Cousins were trying to achieve.
In the new kitchen of the Pasquella home, what was once a dark, old room, with barely enough room for a refrigerator, kitchen table and small countertops, now has more than enough room to cook and entertain. By removing the wall that separated the kitchen from the dining room, it allowed the Kitchen Cousins to add a center island for cooking and preparing food, as well as adding another eating area. With a different cabinet design, they were also able leave space for an oversize refrigerator. In addition to the room feeling larger without the wall, there is twice as much light that fills the room from the dining room area.
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