The unfortunate thing about living inside my head is seeing all these beautiful kitchen ideas and not being able to live in the beautiful kitchens that we design! Each kitchen has something about it that I would love to add to my own dream house.
What does your dream kitchen look like? My dream kitchen has small bits and pieces of each kitchen rolled into one! It’s extremely functional and has tons of room for my family to cook together! Hey, a girls gotta dream, right?!
I love the Belinder kitchen and how we had the mixture of paint finishes. The dark wood island, grey lower cabinets, and white uppers made this kitchen feel interesting, yet traditional all at the same time 🙂
I loved how glamorous and bold this kitchen was while still being traditional with the marble and white cabinetry. I couldn’t believe the sixty inch stove! I mean, who wouldn’t love cooking on that!
This space was fun to design because it was tiny, but had a big impact with the colorful wallpaper, exposed brick, hanging pot racks and the mobile island!
My favorite kitchen of the season 2 was the Cottage House. The cabinets were beautiful, the finish was fantastic, the quartzite movement through the space was breathtaking. I would build this kitchen for my dream house any day of the week!
The farmhouse kitchen was such a fun one to renovate because it was so simple and easy. This goes to show that you don’t always need a crazy expensive kitchen makeover!
The Jefferson kitchen was all about the tile! I love the contrast of the white counter tops with the grey backsplash and the beautiful wooden cabinetry. The really special thing about this kitchen was the grid pattern of lights that we installed. Having that old school electric feeling really complemented the old world style of this house 🙂
The Sunset kitchen is another stunner, it was so massive! I think we did a great job of keeping the historic feeling by saving the fireplace, beams, door, and windows. We added some modern touches with the walnut cabinetry, black hard ware, waterfall countertops, and the waterfall backsplash. All the light pouring in was what this kitchen was mainly about 🙂
So, which kitchen is your favorite?!
Let me know in the comments below!