Here are some few exquisite & eye-catching kitchen designs for your home!
To the Future
Futuristic Kitchen. Designed by Pininfarina, the same firm that designs Ferraris, this kitchen’s showstoppers are the high-gloss metallic-finish cabinets and the “acropolis,” an aviation-inspired workspace made from recycled aircraft aluminum and stainless steel. The acropolis features a large Foster sink, a four-burner electric Foster cooktop, bottle and knife holders, and plenty of storage and cooking space. A control panel in the acropolis also controls the audio and visual components for the entire house. Good things come in twos: refrigerators, dishwashers, freezer cabinets and ovens.
Rustic Kitchen. To truly bring the outdoors in, this kitchen’s walls are made of cultured and authentic stone, and the cabinetry is made of knotty alder. Other natural materials include a copper sink, distressed hardwood floors and four-layer red Montana granite counters. Set at the heart of the kitchen and dining room is a two-sided pizza-baking fireplace. Not only is it a dual room, it’s also dual fuel: gas or wood. At night, the family’s five young children fire up the spit to roast marshmallows for s’mores.
Simple & Chic
The Modern Kitchen. Built-in conveniences are top priority in this high-gloss modern kitchen: a docking station for electronics and a built-in dog-feeding station are just the beginning. Two islands — one with a programmable backsplash that changes colors — are equipped with two dishwashers, three appliance garages and a trash compactor. So where’s the food? Inside all those maple cabinets. Built-ins within the maple cabinets include a coffeemaker, a second oven and a microwave with crisping pan, which will crisp french fries and even bake chocolate chip cookies.
What Shall Thou Eat for Dinner?
Victorian Kitchen. A pre-existing curved wall served as a springboard for the design of this ornate Victorian kitchen. Step back in time with spherical cabinets, armoires that hide two refrigerators and two curvaceous islands prepped for cooking. Carved lions, leaves and grapes on maple and cherry wood surfaces took nearly eight months to complete, and the details give the kitchen a traditional, lived-in flair, while still being functional. The final look is reminiscent of 19th-century craftsmanship.
Party of Four
Asian-Chic Kitchen. This Asian-inspired kitchen is earth-friendly, right down to the granite and lava stone counters that emit zero toxins. Low-VOC paint, bamboo flooring and stainless steel appliances round out the eco-chic look. The two-tiered breakfast bar, modeled after a sushi bar, has a red lazy Susan to allow for family-style meals, and a traditional shoji screen conceals storage and pantries.
French Colonial Kitchen. Just off the French kitchen is another bar area that gives the homeowners plenty of space for their frequent parties. Underfoot, a tapered French limestone floor gives the kitchen some “ooh-la-la” oomph. The darker cabinets here contrast with the maple wood cabinets in the kitchen, which have an opaque paint glaze called “modeling,” giving a leathery effect that plays nicely off the aged metal hardware.
On the Sunny Side
Tuscan Kitchen. The two-tiered marble island in this Italian kitchen has baskets for vegetables and spices, a sink and plenty of room for food prep. Bricked archways painted with Italian frescoes create a grand passage from living room to kitchen. Among the frescoes are handpicked yellow and blue tiles that create a unique patchwork backsplash throughout the space.