Anything goes in an eclectic design. It’s fun because you get to break all the rules and just do what feels good.
Every one of these kitchens has at least one interesting design feature that you may want to consider for your own remodel.
Enjoy the gallery and I hope you are able to find some serious inspiration for your own house.
The contrasting colors of these cabinets really works well together.
The use of butcher block on the island with stone on the granite countertops is my favorite feature.
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It’s the tile backspalsh over the range that I enjoy. I’ll show you a closer picture in just a bit.
White on white on white with black accents.
Three different work surface. Marble and butcher block for sure. The other is probably quartz.
That’s some crazy red granite.
There’s a heck of a lot of wood in here but the different shades of blue help tone it down.
This a bit of a mix of everything with very utilitarian stainless steel.
Fabulous two level island.
Look at the ceiling.
Soapstone. One of my favorites.
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Interesting use of antiques.
The hammered farmhouse sink makes all the difference.
That stone is bringing the 70’s back.
Big open and bright with very high ceilings.
That built-in around the entire kitchen wall frames it perfectly.
Do you like brick? I sure do.
Interesting veining in that marble.
This art lover didn’t want to close their display off to the kitchen. Good call.
Another view of that interesting soffit.
Living room and kitchen are one.
White island with contrasting black counters.
Love this floor!
The cooktop looks like floating on top on the stone.
That island looks like brown denim. What is that?
Keeping it simple.
I’m enjoying that throwback oven.
That exhaust hood means serious business.
A closer look at that backslash we saw before.
It’s hard to miss those artistic tiles.
Rustic and industrial combined.
Purple is my second favorite color and it just works for me here.