Inspiring Kitchen Cabinets Design You’ll Absolutely Love. Part II
This is the second and final part of our kitchen cabinet designs that will help as inspiration for your home project. Are you looking for ideas to redesign your kitchen cabinets? Today at Epic Wood Work we bring you these concepts to serve as inspiration.
Kitchen Cabinet Designs You’ll Absolutely Love Part II
NEW ENGLAND COOKING SPACE
What a lovely kitchen in this Cape Cod cottage. Its cream walls are the perfect background to highlight its custom-made blue cabinetry by Tanner’s Brown. The sink fittings are by Waterworks.
The perfect balance between black and white define this space. It’s a beautiful kitchen in a century-old Swedish farmhouse. Bright white cabinets, some industrial-style chairs, a metal-and-driftwood pendant light by Olsson & Jensen and a flea-market table mix perfectly. Magdalena Björnsdotter and Erik Björklund are chic, no doubt!
STASH BOOKS UP ABOVE
How about we change the traditional cabinets by bookshelves placed up to the ceiling? Cookbook lovers will fall in love with this kitchen for sure. Mark Badgley and James Mischka must have a great time in this fantastic space.
Coldplay guitarist Jonny Buckland’s kitchen is the perfect example that musicians have style even in home decoration. The cabinetry and hood in this cool space are custom designs. The kitchen has barstools by Lawson-Fenning that are covered with leather by Edelman.
Eating a sweet lemon-pie in this lovely Greek kitchen must be a delight. Its custom cabinets, walls, and window frames are painted in a light green that highlights its gray countertops.
DARK YET INVITING
This kitchen in a New York City apartment proves that dark colors don’t always accentuate a room’s modest size. However, the cabinets lacquered in a custom shade by Donald Kaufman color are fantastic. Don’t you think?
White cabinets are still the favorite option in modern kitchens. The light fixture in Aerin Lauder’s kitchen in East Hampton is from Ann-Morris Antiques. The art’s large size adds visual interest in the empty wall. It also makes the room feel larger. The lithograph is an Ellsworth Kelly masterpiece, and the vintage stools are by Frances Elkins.
POPS OF BLACK
This unique kitchen in a Hamptons home can give the impression that it’s bigger than it is. Its thick black lines can also give you the idea that you are inside of a comic. Customed white cabinets, an Ikea clock, and a Viking stove complete the fashionable decoration.
PAINT INSIDE THE CUPBOARDS
Lou Marotta designed this beautiful Connecticut kitchen. It has hand-painted glassware and collections of China that stand out in a simple light blue backing cabinetry. Less is more and, in this case, less is also LOVELY.
ACCENT WALL CHIC
Are you looking for an easy, fast and still beautiful cabinetry option? What about these Ikea cabinets? The kitchen in this Manhattan home a Navajo rug from Kandi’s, and a Sub-Zero refrigerator that shines on a dark green wall.
In this Manhattan kitchen, the homeowners didn’t worry about color saturation. The result was pretty good. Its floor is laser-cut linoleum which highlights the green cabinets, walls, and the table painted by Benjamin Moore’s Courtyard. The stove is by BlueStar.
DARK AND SLEEK MODERN KITCHEN
In this Monaco kitchen with a spectacular 70s decoration, there’s a small dark wooden table surrounded by Jeanneret chairs. Sunlight floods freely all over the space giving the kitchen a natural look. The hood, cooktop, and oven are by Aster Cucine.
Do you want a separate dining space? Try this easy technique! Gallery owner Mikael Andersen used this lovely wooden vintage table by Hans Wegner right in the middle to divide the kitchen space. The chairs are midcentury designs by Kaare Klint.
MODERN GALLEY KITCHEN
This bohemian galley kitchen is full of style. The refrigerator is by Sub-Zero, fitting perfectly in the flat and bright cabinets. The kitchen’s range and microwave are by Wolf, and the custom hood is by Vent-a-Hood. It has a Calacatta Gold marble countertop surrounded by Hans Wegner chairs and a table by Eero Saarinen.
What do you think about these kitchen cabinet designs? Which elements would you like to adapt to your kitchen cabinet design concept? We hope that this and the previous Kitchen Cabinet Designs You’ll Absolutely Love Part I.