Warm Contemporary Kitchens
Wood meets metal, concrete meets glass: See how warm natural materials can soften a clean-line kitchen design and how minimalist can feel like having it all.
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November 24, 2014
Photo By: Designer, Beth Haley Design
Contemporary, Cozy Kitchen
This contemporary kitchen has a subdued, earthy palette that warms up the space. The table has a majestic tree image carved into its base, and the surrounding chair backs are sculpted like branches, creating an outdoorsy yet modern space. Photo by David Duncan Livingston. Design by Douglas Dolezal
Modern Kitchen Look
This contemporary kitchen has a dramatic feel with richly colored cabinets, black countertops and stainless steel appliances. With clean lines and modern touches, the space is very contemporary, yet still warm. Design by Annie Speck
Daring but Classy Kitchen
This large contemporary kitchen is artful and daring, while still classy and elegant. The space features two islands and different woods throughout, such as Australian lacewood, curly maple and faux-finish MDF. The chartreuse and cherry stains also create great visual appeal, and the earthy tones help warm up this kitchen. Photo by David Duncan Livingston. Design by Lou Ann Bauer in San Francisco
Combining a variety of materials creates an interesting and inviting look in this contemporary kitchen. The space mixes full-height granite backsplashes and decorative details that add beautiful elements to the space. Design by Laura A. Suglia-Isgro
Kitchen on a Budget
This low-budget kitchen achieves high style with patterned metallic tiles, inexpensive metal shelves, espresso cabinets, soy-stained concrete floors, tile countertops with aluminum edging, an earth-toned color palette and stunning pendant lighting to warm up the space. Design by Amy Bubier
Natural Color Palette
This attractive kitchen has plenty of workspace and storage, thanks to the island, which also creates the appearance of a larger space. The soft white cabinets, naturally colored countertops, textured glass cabinet doors and light mocha-tinted subway tiles add a warm touch to the space. The contemporary pendant lighting brings the kitchen into the 21st century. Design by Tina Muller in Glen Ellyn, Ill.
Sit by the Fire
This contemporary kitchen connects to the screened-in porch and features a double-sided fireplace. The hood, sink, dishwasher, refrigerator and icemaker, concrete countertops, and a Dutch-style entrance door complete the look, while the tiled floors, detailed fireplace and darkly stained cabinets warm up the space.
Rich wood cabinetry defines this kitchen, designed by Christopher J. Grubb. Contemporary gray counters are highlighted by a multicolored tiled backsplash and stainless steel appliances. Photo by Greg Weiner
The center island is topped with rusty red granite, while the rest of the space has darker countertops. The three hanging pendant lights illuminate the area and warm the space. The brown leather stools also add beautiful contrast and give the space more depth. Design by Ackerman Interiors
Warm wood tones in this kitchen are brightened by plenty of natural light and a fabric pendant lamp. The space also features a subway tile backdrop, gray countertops and stainless steel appliances, which keep the kitchen looking modern and interesting. Design by Beth Haley in Nashville