Inspiring Kitchen Cabinet Designs You’ll Absolutely Love. Part I
The size of your kitchen shouldn’t matter. Even tiny kitchens should have a fantastic style. Take a look at the work of these great interior designers who transformed small spaces into beautiful modern kitchens. Are you looking for kitchen cabinet designs? Today at Epic Wood Work we bring you new inspirations.
Kitchen Cabinet Designs You’ll Absolutely Love Part I
High above New York City, you can find this white chic home. Its clean and contemporary aesthetic has as its centerpiece a custom made lacquer cabinetry. It’s accompanied by a Calacatta marble backsplash and countertop. The refrigerator is by Sub-Zero, the range is by Viking, and the print is by Ellsworth Kelly.
A custom-made walnut-veneer kitchen island and cabinetry decorates this charming Parisian apartment. Mod pendant lights by Tom give it a wholly novel touch of shine. Its ovens and refrigerator are by Gaggenau. The sink fittings are by Franke, and the stools are by Mater Design.
This lovely blue kitchen in Manhattan features wood-and-marble cabinets made by an Indian artisan. Its carpet and walls anchor the space in a dreamy blue palette. The appliances are by GE, and its unique light fixture is the work of Harry Allen.
INDIAN FARMHOUSE KITCHEN
This cozy Kaliswal family’s kitchen (owners of the legendary Indian jewelry house Munnu the Gem Palace) is part of their cottage in Jaipur. Its custom cabinetry is the work of a local artisan.
STYLISH CITY LIVING
Pint-sized kitchens seem to be the rule in most Manhattan apartments. Designer Kimille Taylor’s Upper West Side abode doesn’t escape from that reality. But that doesn’t mean that his tiny kitchen can’t have style. The chic space surrounded by white and clean cabinets has marble counters. It also contains a Bertazzoni oven and a Fisher & Paykel refrigerator.
QUAINT AND COLORFUL
This quaint Connecticut country house is owned by the fabric impresario John Robshaw. Marble countertops accompany its bright blue cabinets. The ceiling lights are by Restoration Hardware, and the custom dhurrie is a personal Robshaw’s masterpiece. The sink fittings are by Newport Brass, and the kitchen’s settee is by Richard Wrightman. This kitchen may be petite, but it’s utterly full of life.
WEEKEND RETREAT KITCHEN
This stylish and slightly quiet space is part of Amanda Seyfried’s Catskills retreat. General Assembly designed the kitchen with a Whitehaus sink fitted with a Kallista faucet. The hood and range are by Wolf, and the backsplash is of tiles by Heath Ceramics. This pretty kitchen has cabinets painted in Aganthus Green by Benjamin Moore. It also has a countertop of Caesarstone and pendant lights by Tom Dixon.
ALL-WHITE KITCHEN WITH VIBRANT ACCENTS
Wallpaper maven Kate Reynolds owns this delicate townhouse in Brooklyn. White beautiful cabinets surround the kitchen counters made of Calacatta Gold marble. The range is by Capital, and the light fixture is by Apparatus. The backsplash tile is by Waterworks, and the stools are from ABC Carpet & Home.
Cabinets made by Scavolini fit perfectly in this classic New York City apartment owned by Emmy Rossum. The antique runner is from Stark, and the range and hood are by Bertazzoni.
CITY KITCHEN WITH A COUNTRY FEEL
The cabinetry in this New York City apartment is a piece of work by Smallbone of Devizes. This kitchen boasts a range by Wolf and a Bertoia barstool made by Knoll. Lefroy Brooks made the sink and fittings.
COZY MOUNTAINTOP KITCHEN
Ken Fulk designed this homely Montana kitchen. Wooden cabinetry fits perfectly in this type of kitchen cabinet design. It has a range and hood by Thermador with pendant lights made by Niche. It also has a custom island made of cherry wood with an oak butcher-block countertop. The backsplash tiles are by Pewabic Pottery, and the stools are by Christian Liaigre.
SMALL SPACE WITH STATEMENT ARTWORK
This kitchen is aesthetically pleasing. Designer Stephan Jones, as well as San Francisco art dealer Francis Mill, transformed a former warehouse space into this art-filled apartment. The stools are by Overgaard & Dyrman, and the faucet is by Dornbracht. The countertops are PentalQuartz, and the cabinetry was made by Henrybuilt.
A MODERN FINISH
This is what happens when a 1930s Connecticut weekend house transforms into a modern kitchen. White cabinetry with walls tiles by Waterworks mix perfectly. The stools are by York Street Studio, and the stove is Viking. The kitchen has an island with a honed Carrara marble countertop. Some extra souvenirs? A couple 1920s English pendants from BK Antiques, and a 19th-century Windsor chair part of the family heirloom. Stylish!
MINIMALIST YET PLAYFUL
This space is fantastic, minimalist and colorful at the same time. A New York City kitchen with white symmetric cabinetry by Bulthaup and fittings by Vola. Its oven and cooktop are by Gaggenau. The countertop and sink are by Corian. The floor is terrazzo, and the light fixture is by Bega.
FARMHOUSE KITCHEN WITH RUSTIC STYLE
This Woodstock kitchen is so cozy that even a pony peeked inside the window to check out the kitchen cabinet designs. Its custom-made beadboard cabinetry is accompanied by a vintage Moroccan rug and a Rohl sink.
On our next post, we will show you the second part of the Inspiring Kitchen Cabinet Designs You’ll Love.
What do you think about these kitchen cabinet designs? Which elements would you like to use in your modern kitchen cabinet design?