259 Kitchen Wood Counters Design Photos And Ideas

“I wanted a blank slate that was versatile so I could switch it up, and change things around as we all grew in our tiny space,” she says
The marine plywood feature is especially striking in the compact kitchen and its island's geometric design. The cabinetry was built by Z Constructions.
The kitchen is opposite the dining area.
The children’s bedrooms are located on the upper level, closer to the dining, kitchen and decks, while the parents’ bedroom are located on the lower level or more privacy.
At the center of the house, on the upper level, is a kitchen and dining area fitted with glazed walls thst can be opened to connect with the outdoor decks, and green landscape.
Within each pavilion are spaces for sleeping, bathing, working, eating, socializing, reading and contemplation.
The gorgeous scenery is always factored into the design of Unyoked rentals.
In the kitchen, rough-cut wood was treated to give it a bleached look that contrasts with the dark ceiling.
Gregg Thornton, Andrew Carter and Lara Nobel of The Tiny House Company.
“Your tiny house can adjust as your changing needs, and can remain a valuable asset whether used as a primary home, weekender, studio, extended living space, or anything in between,” says Nobel.
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Kitchen Sink with J Schatz Platinum Formations Tile Backsplash and Brutal Coffeemaker
A couple takes a minimalist approach to their Brooklyn apartment, focusing on supple materials, subtle gradations of color, and custom finishes by local craftsmen. The Mandayam–Vohra family gathers under one of Workstead’s signature three-arm chandeliers, shown here in its horizontal configuration. Bartenschlager designed the white cabinets and is responsible for the walnut counters both on the kitchen island and near the stove.
To complement the white-washed custom cabinetry in her kitchen, architect Julie Salles Schaffer has designed a tile backsplash to resemble "melting butter in a white pan". Daltile arranged her two-color AutoCAD design—white and off-white—onto a mesh backing for a small fee. To soften the edges of the cabinets’ drawers and doors, Schaffer requested radial edging.
Indoor plants add a sense of dynamism to the interiors.
In the kitchen, an island on casters hides a trio of tables that can be configured in multiple ways both indoors and out.
Along the Southern side of the passageway is a living room, dining area, and kitchen, along with a workspace and guest bathroom. The door next to the kitchen opens to a striking courtyard.
The open plan of the white kitchen helps keep the interiors bright, while also creating a greater sense of spaciousness.
A finger-jointed drop provides soft definition between the island and dining area of the slab.
The footprint of the home was configured to accommodate all of the existing trees without risking damage to their roots. An exception was made for a tree which sat in the middle of the property which was showing signs of decay. A dense Canadian Maple, the tree was milled and repurposed as the central island/dining room table—also built by Duerksen himself—and is now located only 10 feet from its original location.
The white cabinetry with beech wood details adds a little Zen to the kitchen.
Windows and skylights from the eastern façade bring in an abundance of light throughout the day.
A reading nook in front of the "cabin" workspace at the top of the stairs.
The kitchen and dining connects to the living room.
The countertop is a repurposed IKEA desktop cut to size.
The compact kitchen features a ceramic tile backsplash.
The cabinets were refaced to match the new aesthetic.
The open-plan living, dining and kitchen are located in the largest wing.
A kitchen is equipped with everything needed to prepare a decent meal.
Jack Mama enjoying a book on the lounge seat with a pullout ottoman.
The public area of the home includes a kitchen, study, sitting room, and dining area.
Light enters the kitchen from the courtyard through one of the glass doors.
With light wooden walls and a simple gray-and-white color scheme, this four-bedroom cabin from the 1930s in the heart of Osage Beach is full of Scandinavian charm.
“The main drivers for materials were budget and ease of acquiring them, because I didn’t have much storage space,” says Samantha.
The kitchen is framed by two white walls which link  to the adjoining spaces.
A custom made wine glass and pot holder hangs above the island.
The countertops are birch-wrapped plywood. The matte black hardware and faucet punctuate white cabinets and peel-and-stick tile. The floating shelf holds dishes. There is one set for each member of the family so dirty dishes can't pile up. A magnetic knife strip and mounted paper towel holder saves counter space. The dish rack is folded and stored under the sink when not in use.
For the L-shaped kitchen, the Mayes' chose an under-counter fridge/freezer unit so as to have more counter space. The 23-inch Vigo sink is deep enough to bathe a baby or hide dirty dishes.
The floating shelf is from Semihandmade, faucet from Homary, and sconces from Cedar & Moss.
Samuel carried the handmade Fireclay tile up to the ceiling and painted the walls Polar Bear by Behr.
A view into the kitchen, which received IKEA cabinet boxes with Semihandmade drawer and door fronts painted Chard from Behr, by Samuel. The refrigerator is a KitchenAid model tucked under the butcher block counter and covered with a panel.
The graphic tile covers the floor, walls, and ceiling. The kitchen millwork was done by Inovart Carpentry.
The kitchen occupies one corner of the L-shaped structure. As throughout, the floors are made up of reclaimed eucalyptus that Chris planed himself.
The front door leads straight into the kitchen, a central gathering place.
The kitchen looks out on the big open deck with expansive tree views.
This beautiful Arlington kitchen by Pinney Designs features a Marvin Contemporary Direct Glaze window with contrasting black painted interior to set off the industrial brick wall. 

Design: Pinney Designs

Photo: Ben Gebo

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The open plan kitchen on the ground floor.
In the limestone kitchen embedded in the hillside, Lolo keeps only proven essentials—skillets that have been seasoned countless times and furniture that has been passed down for generations.
The birch cooler has details such as genuine leather handles and dovetail joinery.
The galley allows you to cook outdoors in style.
The trailer features an integrated electrical system, running water, and a custom-built cooler.

The modern kitchen is the heart of the home. Cooking and conversing go hand-in-hand as meals are created, memories made. Whether teaching an old family recipe, reading the newspaper in a breakfast nook, or chatting over the daily morning coffee, the ritual of the everyday begins here. Spark your imagination by browsing our collection of modern kitchens. From popular counter materials like marble, granite, quartz, and wood; to stunning examples of white cabinets; to flooring options like hardwood and concrete, these projects showcase it all. You'll also find ideas for backsplashes, lighting, appliances, and sinks.

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