11 Elegant Kitchens Straight From Your Dreams
House of Jade Interiors
Does dreaming about a new kitchen ever get old? If you're like me and you like to drool over elegant, style-forward kitchens on days that end in Y, then you'll love the entries in the 2015 HGTV Fresh Faces of Design Kitchen + Dining category.
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The kitchen above makes a statement, thanks to four oversized black pendant light shades. Their color and size add a sharp contrast to the otherwise understated white kitchen, designed by Kirsten Krason and Erin Morgan, without detracting from the elegance of the space.
Styled With Tile
Kitchen With Blue-and-White Tiles Plus Gray Island & Cabinets
Rebecca Zajac designed a white kitchen with blue-and-white tile walls. Crate & Barrel stools line the new island and create a space to enjoy a casual meal or spend time with the host as they prep meals.
These turquoise and white wall tiles hint at Moroccan style though their random arrangement offer a modern twist in this fun, fresh kitchen designed by Rebecca Zajac.
Chevron Makes a Point
Chevron Wood Floors Take Center Stage in Galley Kitchen
Fumed oak floors in a striking chevron pattern steal the show in this transitional kitchen. Lime-washed oak cabinets with a bluish black stain provide contrast against the light floors for a visually appealing design.
Joel Kelly Design
Fumed oak floors in a striking chevron pattern steal the show in this kitchen by Joel Kelly. Lime-washed oak cabinets with a bluish-black stain provide contrast against the light floors, and the chevron pattern is mimicked in the backsplash above the oven.
Modern White Great Room With Stained Glass Windows
Is it a cathedral or a kitchen? A crisply modern aesthetic pairs with sky-high ceilings and arched stained glass windows in this incredible room that includes a kitchen, dining and lounge area.
Is it a cathedral or a kitchen? A crisply modern aesthetic pairs with sky-high ceilings and arched stained glass windows in this incredible room, designed by Link Thelen, that includes a kitchen, dining and lounge area.
1900 Cottage-Style Kitchen with Wood Trim and Accent Wall
The kitchen of this 1900-era Victorian home was in desperate need of an upgrade. The homeowners wanted to keep the vintage feel of the home, so designers used wood trim and shutters to give the kitchen some of the charm of the rest of the house. To help maintain the classic feel of the home, an accent wall was created using wallpaper. The overall effect is reminiscent of cottage charm.
To maintain a vintage feel when updating this 1900 Queen Anne Victorian kitchen, designer Sarah Stacey introduced dark wood trim and shutters and an accent wall with a charming wallpaper design.
This elongated galley kitchen, designed by Paul Masi and Harry Bates, relies on natural lighting to illuminate the workspace and cedar walls with a concrete core to reduce noise.
White Transitional Chef Kitchen With Large Island
Stately and sophisticated, this kitchen creates a graceful mood with a white palette, subtle pink accents and lots of natural light courtesy of large windows and a glass door. The oversized island offers casual eating as well as plenty of prep space.
Jackson Design and Remodeling
The elegance of this kitchen, designed by Tatiana Machado-Rosas, is in the details — specifically the beautiful black window frames, cube pendant lights and geometric ceiling trim.
Pining for Rustic Style
Brown Rustic Kitchen With Pine Cabinets
This imaginative kitchen combines unique elements to create a rustic vintage aesthetic. The diverse materials include reclaimed pine cabinetry, chicken wire, antique telephone-operator barstools and a mix of white marble and walnut countertops.
Etta Cowdrey and Mark Schriefer take rustic chic to a new level with their diverse use of materials, including reclaimed pine cabinetry, chicken wire cabinet screens, antique telephone-operator barstools and a mix of white marble and walnut countertops.
Design With a Sense of Humor
Modern Kitchen with Graphic Black-and-White Backsplash
This kitchen is a study in contrast, with large corner windows, structural steel columns and a dynamic wallpaper behind a glass backsplash.
Hugh Jefferson Randolph Architects
Quirky wallpaper featuring cartoon people is displayed behind a glass backsplash in this modern kitchen with a sense of humor by Hugh Jefferson Randolph. The wallpaper and additional fun accessories add visual interest to an otherwise sleek space.
Small Country Kitchen With Open Shelving
A large, open doorway makes this small kitchen appear spacious, while a centered island allows movement throughout the space. Wicker barstools line the tall side of the island, and a lower end creates extra prep space. Open shelving opens up the room while keeping dishes organized, and a distressed wall finish completes the look with a charming country feel.
Drake + Frye Home
This country kitchen designed by Andrea Drake and Tracy Frye shows that casual can be elegant too. Open shelving opens up the room while keeping dishes organized while wicker barstools and a distressed wall finish add to the charm.
Contemporary Kitchen With Large Picture Window
A large 4' x 6' picture window draws your eye to the view just outside this contemporary kitchen.The window is set in a slate stacked-stone accent wall, the striking interior complementing the equally striking outside view.
Designer Harmony Weihs blends contemporary design with midcentury modern architectural features in this sleek kitchen. Stacked stone frames a large picture window to anchor the bright, open space while highlighting the gorgeous outdoor view.