My wife and I are in a disagreement about this kitchen design gallery so I would love some other peoples input to help guide our decisions. She thinks that a really contemporary (and beautiful) looking grey and white kitchen like this would be perfect in our home despite our 3 children under the age of 6. Don't get me wrong, I actually really like the design, but I think that it is a fiasco waiting to happen with so many little kids running around. I am just picturing crayons drawing all over the cabinets and food flung everywhere. This kitchen won't stay quite so sleek and white after 30 minutes with our little terrors.
In my opinion, you simply can't beat a kitchen design gallery in terms of finding inspiration for any type of renovations. Whenever I am getting ready to speak with a client about kitchen remodel ideas, I like to refresh my memory on designs I have done in the past as well as the latest cutting edge looks in some of my favorite home decor magazines. This kitchen is by far my favorite that I have ever done because it appeals to both traditional and modern style lovers. The classic white cabinetry, bead board ceiling, and lovely range hood exude pure elegance, but the awesome metal accented light fixtures and copper stools at the island give the space a distinctly contemporary flare.
I found this beautiful all white home when I was browsing through a kitchen design gallery for inspiration for our new build. For just about my entire adult life I have always wanted a beautiful pristine all white kitchen with dark wood floors -- so basically exactly the home you see here. The concept of building a brand new home is so exciting because I can create absolutely any space that I want from the ground up. I think that I will just show these photos to our architect because I love the way that everything is laid out -- from the large square island that centers the space, to the huge subzero fridge that takes up one side of the kitchen.
I adore this kitchen design gallery because it shows you exactly how to achieve that gorgeous elegant country kitchen that you see in so many high end magazines. I have always had a deep love for any type of traditional kitchen design, but oftentimes I feel that the rooms seem too stuffy to actually recreate and use in real life. Of course I want my kitchen to be absolutely stunning and the envy of all my friends and family (ha ha) but, more importantly, I want it to be super functional as well. What is the point of having a beautiful home if you can't actually live and work in it you know? I am sure that these kitchen remodel pictures do not even show how much usable space the room has, but it feels so open and large, with tons of storage and counter space (exactly what a busy family needs).
I don't know about you, but one of my favorite things to look at in a kitchen design gallery is actually the countertops. You know how a lot of interior decorators say that if you are going to splurge on one element of kitchen design it should be light fixtures? Well I actually disagree. I think that the main high dollar budget item should be countertops. You can have the most basic cabinets, but a really high end countertop material will make them look like a million bucks. The kitchen cabinets pictures here are far from basic, but this house shows just how much a gorgeous slab of granite can elevate the space.
Scrolling through a kitchen design gallery is one of those seemingly silly mundane tasks that I do to relax at the end of the day (some people scroll through social media, I just happen to like home decor). Because of the dozens of kitchen pictures that I look at, I am constantly coming up with ways I want to improve our home. For example, tonights inspiration came from this gorgeous white and black kitchen. We currently have an all white kitchen with a pretty similar layout. I love the idea of switching it up by painting the island a crisp black color like this. It is one of those inexpensive and low risk projects that brings trendier kitchen ideas 2020 into the home and that I could easily switch back by repainting in a year or two if I grow tired of it.