At Prodigy, our kitchens are some of our most impressive rooms. Especially in an open floorplan, a kitchen offers the opportunity to make a big statement and show off your style. Here are some of our most recent kitchens that we’re absolutely loving.
A Light and Airy Space
This Tempo II kitchen has a very bright, airy feel. This is achieved with a mostly-white color scheme. Glass is a good material when you’re going for the weightless look, and those pendants are an excellent choice. The stacked-stone look of the backsplash is a weightier note, though softened by being white and gray. A stained island and medium-wood floor grounds the whole look. Find out about the materials and see more pictures on Houzz (you’ll need to scroll to the bottom for this particular house).
A Kitchen Full of Bold Contrasts
This Adagio kitchen features dramatic contrasts between light and dark. White cabinets with black countertops line the perimeter, while the island is dark with a white countertop. Bronze hardware pops against the white cabinets, as does the dark tile of the backsplash. Like the Tempo II kitchen above, the pendant lights are glass, but in this case, they are paired with bronze. The ceiling pop-up, illuminated by LED lighting (and extending around the entirety of the great room) draws the eye upward. Truly a bold and stunning kitchen! To find out about the materials used and see more pictures, click here (again, scroll to the bottom).
The Height of Modern Elegance
This modified Viola features a kitchen that is simple and elegant, and filled with natural light (thanks to the large window and the transoms above the cabinets). The pendant lights add a bit of sparkle, while the black cube-shape keeps the look modern. A white marble backsplash with a herringbone accent over the cooktop is a classic choice that pairs well with the light, swirling granite of the countertops. Light hardwood floors and white walls compliment this color scheme. To find out about the materials used, and to view the rest of this stunning modern home, click here.
Now let’s hear from you: which of the kitchens featured in this post is your favorite?