All always begin any diy renovation project that is going to change something in the main living areas of the home by looking at a kitchen designs photo gallery. This may seem confusing as, obviously, we only have one kitchen and I am not renovating it ever few months. But I find that these photos often feature gorgeous open concept homes so they are a great resource not only of contemporary kitchen design, but for how to carry a decor motif throughout an entire zone of the house. For example, as you can see from these photos, the owners of this home carried the same neutral gray color scheme from their kitchen remodel into their living room and butlers pantry.
I love it when I find a super unique space in one of the many kitchen designs photo gallery on here because they always inspire me to try something different in my next project. There is only so much you can do to make a home standout from the rest of the cookie cutter properties on the street, so I like to look into eclectic features like this enchanting rustic kitchen cabinets to make the design stand out. Most people would be scared to add such bold cabinetry to their kitchen, but I actually really like how they filled the space with design. They act as a piece of artwork in and of themselves. This is definitely a look that I think you could easily find in a kitchen design gallery whether you were searching for farmhouse decor or something far more mainstream.
You can't look through a single kitchen designs photo gallery these days without seeing all-white design after all-white design. Not that I am complaining -- I mean as far as kitchen remodel ideas go, they are definitely your safest and most versatile choice. I just think that it is important to style them well so that your home does not become yet another cookie cutter version of everything else on the street. The room in these kitchen design images is the perfect example of a lovely blank canvas that can be turned into an awesome and eye catching space. Right now it is pretty blah, but if you were to chose a single accent color and bring in a few pieces of art and decor in that shade, you would have a totally different space.
You never quite know what you are going to find in every kitchen designs photo gallery on here, but I must say that I was so pleasantly surprised when I stumbled across this awesome home. I know that this kitchen design is probably not for everybody because it is so ornate and traditional, but I absolutely adore the motif that they used in here. I am about to sound like a major nerd, but it looks like the kitchen in some sort of castle that could be found on the pages of Harry Potter. My favorite part of the space is the little loft that is at the top. In all of the kitchen images that I have scrolled through, I have never seen a design that is two stories and has a loft at the top of it -- so cool!
When it comes to putting together unique or eclectic looks anywhere in your home, I tend to recommend browsing some interior decor photo galleries to see how other designers have done it. I was inspired to create this space after looking through several kitchen designs photo gallery featuring a range of styles from traditional to contemporary. To be honest, I had never even considered using a stained wood cabinet until I saw these kitchen pictures because I thought they were too outdated. Most of what I have been seeing feature painted cabinetry with either white or grey finishes. I wanted to do something other than those cookie cutter looks, but that still would fit well with trendy kitchen ideas 2019.
Sometimes I think that if you have seen one kitchen designs photo gallery you have seen them all. But then I continually find a super cool photo that inspires me and makes me think about contemporary kitchen design in a whole new way. This particular kitchen did just that for me. The first thing that drew me into these particular photos are the awesome bright gold starburst pendant lights hung over the island. What a cool and unexpected touch -- one that definitely elevates the overall design of the space. The second thing that really stood out to me was the unique color palette that feels so different than the sea of white kitchen cabinets you often see.