Kitchen Skylight Over The Island
The kitchen skylight over the island is a new analogy for the attic room skylight and the Peter Pan story. It usually entails reaching for the stars, daydreaming, enjoying the sunshine, taking a deep breath, and getting away from one’s daily routine.
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Photo Credit | Surfaces USA
In kitchen remodeling, the great way to show the beauty of one kitchen element is by using the “less is more” style: Countertop and island top are both mitered. Both countertop, island top, and full-height backsplash are all made of the same quartz slab. The skylights above the kitchen island brighten all over the kitchen and help focus on the island’s beauty.
Photo Credit | Roundhouse
Tudor house kitchen with skylights embellished with mitered counters. The kitchen island countertop and full-height backsplash are marble look engineered slabs. The countertop is stainless steel. The two-tone blue cabinets and cherry wood accent on the kitchen island show that the kitchen is transitional style.
Photo Credit | Kitchens By Holloways
What is the best way to show the white island top? Using the contrast colors in the kitchen like black and dark navy blue cabinets and some daylight from the top. This is a great idea for kitchen skylights. The cabinet paint colors are Behr Black Smoke and Behr Navy Matte.
Photo Credit | Luci.D Interiors
The ultra-modern beach house kitchen with ultramodern kitchen design elements: Backlit onyx with mitered edge island top, mirrored full-height backsplash, stainless steel appliances, cathedral ceiling, and three skylights windows create almost a virtual kitchen space in virtual reality.
Photo Credit | Urban Angles
The feature of this handleless kitchen is above my limits: Glossy white cabinetry, elevated ceilings, mitered edge countertops, waterfall edge island top, stainless steel appliance, mirrored backsplash, high beam ceilings, shiplap ceiling planks, and a skylight will be a dream for every homeowner.
Photo Credit | Natural Angle
Craftsman kitchen design in a Tudor house. In the Tudor house style, the high ceilings provide a voluminous perspective and the feeling of a breathable environment. This idea strengthens from head to toe in kitchen design by using the two skylight windows, large format porcelain tiles, u-shaped breakfast nooks, and glass door cabinetry. Take a deep breath and enjoy the homey life.
Photo Credit | Houzz
Waterfall edge marble look kitchen island top, handleless base cabinets, integrated refrigerator, built-in oven, and microwave are all space-saving in this kitchen. The mess-free-looking contemporary kitchen design is crowned by extra sunlight with the skylight windows and easy-to-clean large-format marble tiles.
Photo Credit | Michael Downes – UA Creative
The contemporary white kitchen design is admirable! The mitered edge waterfall edge kitchen island top looks like floating since the mirrored base is used. The island base mirror is paired with the backsplash mirror. The feeling of 5D eternity surrounds the homeowners and guests very quickly. Kitchen skylights, mirrored kitchen pendants, large format porcelain tiles, and handleless cabinets are the parts of the dimensional powers.
Photo Credit | Urbana Design Studio
Clearstory skylight in a sustainable kitchen design. Enlightened purity in contemporary kitchen concept: White countertops, handleless white glossy finish wall cabinets, birch base cabinets, mitered edge kitchen island top, stainless steel appliances, and two large roof lights are part of the puzzles.
Dining Space With Natural Light
Installation of kitchen skylights on a flat roof: These skylights have square and rectangular shapes. Furthermore, it does not imply that it is round. The most common three-dimensional skylight installation options are a hip roof, dome, and rectangular pyramid.