Modern Kitchen Design by Candice Olson
Knock out a wall to add space to your kitchen. This kitchen seamlessly integrates with the dining area, using a buffet island to separate the two.
Bring the charm of your favorite place to the kitchen. Displaced after Hurricane Katrina, this couple now live in a Big Easy kitchen with French-style accessories.
Backsplashes add character to the kitchen. This tin-tile backsplash was painted cream for an antique effect.
Integrate family rooms into the kitchen through color. Dark, espresso-toned cabinets coordinate well with this space’s black sofa and warm khaki walls.
Design your kitchen to cater to what you love. This baker’s dream kitchen includes a peninsula for entertaining, a lounge area and comfortable flooring.
If your kitchen is all about family, invest in an island. This long island features a stunning white quartz countertop, white and chrome bar chairs, and a dark wood base to match the mahogany floor.
On a budget? Refinish existing cabinetry. These former maple cabinets look custom with their new finish and same-color painted bulkhead.
Make a statement with your kitchen flooring. Stripes of light and dark concrete-like material add an unexpected touch to this contemporary kitchen.
Design your dream kitchen for durability. Three kinds of porcelain tile and carefully planned cabinet storage make this kitchen a stylish workhorse.
Two-toned kitchens are more interesting than one-toned. A marble island, different cabinet finishes and Art Deco tile make this Candice’s favorite Divine Design kitchen makeover.Field in: modern kitchen designs 2012, kitchen candice olson, candice olson 2011, modern french kitchen, art deco kitchen design ideas