The shape of the prep sink echoes the cylinder feature counter on the smaller island. Hanl chose a wider than standard Shaker door for the fir cabinetry, accenting with hand-scraped texture on the bar back. "This gave me the heavy dimension and scale I was looking for to balance the sheer size of the room," she says.
In 2016, Houzz predicts that kitchens will eschew the perfect, polished look for a more eclectic vibe. Instead of only incorporating one or two materials, homeowners will turn to a variety of opposing styles to create a truly personalized space. This Manhattan kitchen, which features a rustic wood ceiling, a white subway tile backsplash, a vintage inspired rug, and shiny white countertops, is a perfect example. - HouseBeautiful.com