Dream Kitchens

We are starting off the morning with some dreamy kitchens! Scroll down for some very different looks.  Which is your favorite?

We can’t find a photo credit on this one (if you know please comment below).  What we love: everything! The combination of the sleek white and brass accents; the kitchen stove, the marble; the hood; the pretty planters (see similar planters here or here) and the richly colored wood floors.

This one is by Jamie Herzlinger. What we love: the angled direction of the wood flooring; the molding on the ends of the island; the coffered ceiling and the creative lighting.

This one is by Bakes & Kropp. What we love: the hood design; the ice box inspired cabinet at the end of the island; the stove; the profile of the moldings along the ceiling; the contemporary edge on the island marble; the kitchen lighting.

This kitchen is in a Cape Town home was in House and Leisure. What we love: the powder blue cabinets; the stove; the wainscoting on the ceiling (unusual, we usually see this in the lower part of a room!); the marble countertops; the unique floor (painted cement tiles perhaps?)

Design by Emily Henderson. What we love: again we like the unique flooring; the blue/gray cabinets ; the contrasting Blue Spruce color subway tiles as a backsplash; the Newport brass facuet along with the brass cabinet handles

Design by Terris Lightfoot Contracting.  What we love: this kitchen has nice balance and symmetry; the lighting fixtures; the chevron tile backsplash; the modern edge countertop; the barstools.

Design by architect Diana Carl and homeowner/designer Laura Fisher- featured in Style at Home. What we love: the white lacquered kitchen cabinetry; the frosted glass and nickel hardware and best of all — the view.

Design by homeowner/designer Colleen Locke .  What we love: the stove and hood; the chevron tile backsplash; the marble countertops; the pretty runner on the floor – it adds and unexpected pop of color!

This kitchen is so inviting!  What we love: the warm wood floors; the open shelving; the natural wood on the wall behind the window; the sconces placed between windows over the kitchen sink; the countertops and the lighting.

 

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