Kitchen Pictures From DIY Network Blog Cabin 2015

The home's open and inviting cooking space boasts a modern style with a vintage twist that celebrates the home's mountainous setting.

Photo By: Eric Perry

Photo By: Eric Perry

Photo By: Eric Perry

Photo By: Eric Perry

Photo By: Eric Perry

Photo By: Eric Perry

Photo By: Eric Perry

Photo By: Eric Perry

Photo By: Eric Perry

Photo By: Eric Perry

Photo By: Eric Perry

Photo By: Eric Perry

Photo By: Eric Perry

Photo By: Eric Perry

Photo By: Eric Perry

Photo By: Eric Perry

Photo By: Eric Perry

Photo By: Eric Perry

Open Plan Kitchen

Built in the original location, this refined, open plan kitchen is the ultimate gathering space with direct access to views sure to inspire the master chef from within.

Wide Window

A smaller window above the sink brightens the kitchen workspace. “The windows are small on purpose,” says build and design manager Dylan Eastman. “This is actually the cold side of the house in solar terms so we want enough light to balance the room.”

Spacious Island Counter

Kitchen island space is maximized with a walnut breakfast bar attachment that ties into the dining room table for a smooth transition into adjacent spaces.

Upcycled Stools

A Douglas fir tree on the property was salvaged and transformed into three stools for the breakfast bar. “Idaho is known for logging and minerals, so we cut slots in the stools and filled them with a copper epoxy mixture so it brings in the gem state,” says Dylan.

Multifunctional Electrical Outlet

A convenient and multifunctional electrical outlet in the kitchen island contains both an AC outlet and USB port.

Conical Pendant Lights

Recipes are easy to follow under the soft glow of Edison bulbs in glass pendant lights.

Open to the Outdoors

Outdoor entertaining is made simple with direct access to the outdoor pergola and the ultimate grilling station.

Efficent Work Triangle

Across from the sink and counter-depth refrigerator, a gas stove and wall oven are built into the kitchen island for an efficient work triangle.

Tucked Away

A narrow sliding rack is tucked into the corner of the kitchen island for simple storage of baking sheets and other smaller kitchen accessories.

Up For Grabs

Open shelving makes for easy, unobstructed access to cookware needed for stovetop cooking or oven baking.

Cooking With Gas

A stainless steel pop up ventilation system for the gas stove eliminates the need for a hood and discretely collapses when not in use.

Contemporary Cabinetry

Contemporary kitchen cabinetry provides ample storage above and below for all kitchen essentials.

Vintage Flair

An antique Hoosier cabinet was disassembled and transformed into a baker’s pantry that provides additional storage while lending vintage character to the kitchen.

Not So Lazy

More hard working than lazy, this Lazy Susan storage pantry makes the most of corner cabinet space in the kitchen.

Pop Of Color

Turquoise lined glass jars house important cooking utensils and add a pop of color into an otherwise neutral space.

Vintage Cabinet Hardware

Antique metal knobs and spigots serve as unexpected drawer handles fashioned onto the baker’s pantry and complete the vintage story in the kitchen.

Additional Storage

Baker’s pantry shelving is large enough for a variety of storage needs such as large goody jars and an added compartment for grocery lists.

Join Together

Pendant lights and recessed lighting create an inviting kitchen atmosphere with direct access to the pergola and great room living spaces.