Take a look at these kitchen layouts that Thaddeus Drew Remodeling has created in some Dallas-area homes. From Texas-sized islands to professional-style gas ranges, these kitchens will make you want to get home and get cooking.
This stunning kitchen was part of a whole-house remodel in northwest Dallas. It features an oversized eat-in island, white quartz countertops, white custom cabinets, dark wood on the floor and island for contrast, double wall ovens, a six-burner gas range, and an eye-catching tile backsplash that ties together the white of the cabinetry and the gray tones of the stainless-steel appliances and wall and ceiling paint.
This kitchen plays the rich color of the cabinetry against the light floor tile and white countertops and subway-tile backsplash. Pendant fixtures over the island bring light to where the work is being done. A wide arched opening into the living room brings in natural light and gives the kitchen an open feel. The herringbone-patterned tile over the gas range adds an interesting focal point.
Thaddeus Drew Remodeling pulled down the walls between the kitchen, living room, and dining room to create this wide-open layout. The kitchen, in a corner of this large space, has counters and cabinets along two walls. A wide eat-in island with sink, dishwasher, and storage provides some separation from the living area. Large windows and patio doors give a connection to the outdoors, and a fireplace in the opposite corner of the room provides warmth.
Here’s another remodel that places an emphasis on openness. The kitchen uses a large, L-shaped island with gas range, storage, and eating space to define the boundary of the kitchen. The rest of the wide-open space features an open dining area and a sitting area with a fireplace. The unique horizontal tile pattern in the backsplash is carried over in the narrow, horizontally placed stones on a pillar between the dining and sitting areas and around the fireplace.
This visually striking kitchen doesn’t have the same wide-open feel of some of the other kitchens featured above. Its contained U-shape almost feels cozy, with plenty of cabinets and counter space for some serious cooking. Black-and-white marble countertops, mixed black and white cabinetry, and the black and silver on the stainless-steel appliances all contribute to the contrast look. The kitchen opens onto a dining area, where the black-and-white theme carries over in the circular tray ceiling with dark radiating beams.