First up (above), is a New Orleans beauty. This kitchen belongs to one of my best friends, FF. . There is nothing quite like a kitchen with bright white cabinets and counters. It makes the space so bright and lively – ready for any dinner party or gathering. The stone floors and the tile stove backsplash are both elegant choice. This kitchen, with its high ceilings, glass paned upper cabinets, and great natural light, screams southern elegance.
This farmhouse kitchen is in the Hudson Valley, New York. It is in the home of artist Kat Howard. She remodeled this kitchen herself. Love this cozy space. Eating and cooking all in one. It works.
This next kitchen (above) is a wonderful mix. There’s quite a bit going on yet, it’s designed so well that is just works! These bright blue cabinets are so fun. I love the hidden area to store books. The best detail is the intricate tile flooring. It balances the blue cabinets beautifully and the light countertops are brilliant!
This black and white kitchen (above) belongs to fashion designer Adam Lippe. The black cabinets are a dramatic choice. But, paired with a light backsplash and counters the room stays light and inviting. The wood floors are the perfect accent, creating warmth in the color palette. And we can’t forget about those gorgeous blue and white vases!
What would a kitchen stalking post be without showcasing the COCOCOZY Design House? Above here is that great glimpse of the kitchen I finished earlier this year. I’m still so in love with light blue cabinets and, I knew it would be the perfect choice for the COCOCOZY Design House Kitchen. I paired the blue cabinets with a simple white backsplash, white countertops, and stainless steel appliances. I chose a neutral patterned rug to add a bit of pattern to the space. Sources are: Caesarstone counters, Monogram Appliances, Benjamin Moore (Super White upper cabinets, Silent Night lower cabinets), Lamps Plus lighting and a fantastic Kohler sink and faucet (not shown here but check out my instagram to see the rest of the kitchen.
Moody dusty blue hues (above). This East Hampton home is a favorite of mine. I have been obsessed with blue cabinets lately and, they have been everywhere online. This kitchen does it right – even the appliances are teal! That’s commitment. The beige-yellow table and floor work well with the teal. They equally share the spotlight.
Ahh.. another white kitchen. The standout part of this kitchen is the stunning wall of windows. That amount of light makes this space happy and inviting. I love that the marble waterfall countertop on the island because it is sleek and minimal. The gold tone brass hardware adds a great accent to the design. Overall, this space feels like it has so much texture and is more elaborate than your average white kitchen. Sometimes simplicity and details are key.
Above, this tiny Michigan one wall kitchen is so beautiful. The deep blue cabinets work well with the white sink and wood countertops. The tile backsplash and floor have to be my favorite part of this kitchen. They tie together all of the colors and make this kitchen more artistic. All of the items on display are practical and useful, giving this kitchen a casual homey feeling.
Finally, the last kitchen shown above is totally west coast. Designed by Mark D. Sikes, this Californian kitchen is beachy, warm, and inviting. The ladder is a playful addition. The white cabinets, striped rug, and warm wood island make for a beautiful color palette. This kitchen looks fit for a chef and a family.
Well, that is all I have for today! I hope I inspire you to pay attention next time you visit an incredible kitchen. Or even better – inspire you to redo your own kitchen. I’m sure I will be back with more kitchens soon. There is a never-ending supply of beautiful images online!