There are so many different ways that you can layout your kitchen when doing a remodel. But, with so many good ideas out there, it can be hard to know what you want. We’re here to help!
These kitchen layout ideas are from projects that we’ve completed. Included are examples of all different types of styles and tastes. There is something for everyone here!
Warm, Wood, Classic Kitchen
We loved creating this classic kitchen for our clients. One of the more unique features is that the stovetop is separate from the ovens. This was a great feature that offered additional oven space and extra storage space under the gas stovetop. The fridge in this kitchen is just outside of the frame on this picture directly across from the sink.
For some, having the fridge further from the oven and stovetop might be seen as an inconvenience. But, for this homeowner, it was seen as the best way to use their space. This is a great example of how to leverage a kitchen layout in your favor.
Alcove, Condensed Kitchen
This kitchen is smaller than the majority of projects that we’ve completed, but we love how it turned out. The dark wood really pops and creates a beautiful contrast to the lighter countertops and stainless steel appliances. One of our favorite parts about this kitchen is the hood range that’s conveniently equipped with lights. It was a great addition!
Farmhouse Style with Rounded Butcher Block Island
There’s a lot to like about this rounded butcher block kitchen island. The dark wood stain is breathtaking and captures every bit of your attention every time you see it. The blueish backsplash is another great addition to this kitchen, along with the farmhouse-style sink and cream painted cabinets. There’s even a section in the corner with open cabinets for easy access to key cooking appliances.
Rounded Natural Light Kitchen with Butcher Block Island
This kitchen is incredibly unique. The countertops are actually rounded to match a rounded exterior wall. It creates a beautiful kitchen space with tons of natural light from all of the windows throughout. We also love the way that the kitchen island can be used as a shelf for cookbooks. This kitchen offers a classic layout in a unique space.
Center Dining Area
This kitchen came with its own unique request. A dining table in the center offers a place for a family to gather for a meal or kids to work on homework while parents are preparing dinner or doing dishes. The possibilities of how you could use this space are endless. For example, if you want to move the table out, you could eventually add a rolling island to use as more countertop space.
Spacious Counters with Wood Accents
An uncommon seating area and beautiful wood accents on the cabinets made this project truly beautiful. We love the way all of the different wood elements and tones came together, and the amount of countertop space that was made available by including a seating area. While most homeowners would think to have a lower seating area like this included in their kitchen counter space, it does offer a great contrast to the traditional bar top style seating.
Open, Modern Farmhouse Style Kitchen
This kitchen turned into a truly stunning room. There’s tons of storage for all of the cooking supplies that you’d need and plenty of countertop space for meal prep and seating. Our favorite part is the booth-style seating area that was included in the corner of the kitchen.
What’s not to love about this naturally lit kitchen? Everything on this project was custom built and dreamed up by TB&A along with the homeowner’s oversight.
From this view, the wine/drink cooler can be seen in the seating area just off the kitchen. The beautiful backsplash is also highlighted here. There are two sinks, two ovens, and a TV for those seated at the island.
Here’s another view of the full scope this kitchen offers!
Off to the left of the next image the fridge is hidden behind custom cabinet doors. There’s also another counter space that leads to the formal dining area. This kitchen is truly a spectacular work of art.
We’ve loved building each and every one of these kitchens and would be honored to be a part of your kitchen remodeling process. Reach out to us today if you’re interested in learning more about our remodling process or any of our past projects!