November 9, 2022

5 Inspiring Kitchens

Check out a few of our most popular kitchen designs!

When it comes to kitchen design, some winning combinations are hard to resist. For inspiring ideas that include wonderful white-and-wood mixes and traditional-meets-modern looks, check out this round up of the most liked, shared and saved kitchen photos.

1. Modern Meets Traditional

This beautiful white and wood transitional kitchen packs in loads of function and style. Upper white cabinets in a shaker style provide storage and help emphasize the room’s height. Large wood island in a deep ebony finish offers more storage and a warm touch. Black fixtures, sink and hardware punctuate the look with subtle points of drama. S&W Kitchens Designer, Whitney Rutledge – Tampa, FL 

2. Charming Lake House Kitchen

For this Seminole County kitchen, Designer Sarah Bartelson needed to update the kitchen but maintain the original charm of this older home. Our clients were thrilled and felt that the final design retained the original character while providing ample functionality and storage for their needs.  Mission accomplished!

3. Transitional Kitchen featuring a Butler’s Pantry!

The modern-day butler's pantry  has reemerged in many homes. The butler's pantry is located just off the kitchen, serving as the perfect area for dining and entertaining prep. If you’re in need of a unique kitchen upgrade, and extra storage for entertaining, a butler's pantry may be the perfect solution. With or without the actual butler ;). This gorgeous kitchen remodel by designer Chris Druschel features a butler’s pantry that’s just visible off the main kitchen adding a beautiful visual interest as well as practical storage. 

4. 1920s Kitchen Makeover

For this College Park, FL remodel, designer Krista Agapito transformed a kitchen built in 1920 into a more modern version that retained the original charm.

5. White and Wood Transitional Kitchen

Open and airy kitchen remodel by designer Larissa Hicks – Tampa, FL. We love the crisp white with warm wood accents. The white porcelain subway tile backsplash adds subtle pattern and visual texture. We can’t take credit for the beautiful palm trees and gorgeous view, but they sure add the perfect finishing touch to this beautiful design!

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