Doing The Dishes Isn’t Too Bad … When You Have Views Like This
17 style-focused ways to decorate your kitchen windows.
Published Jun 1, 2017 6:00 AM
‘s light-filled kitchen features maple wood cabinets and shiplapped walls complemented by an oversized window that provides a generous glimpse at the bright green outdoors.
[Updated June 1, 2017]
This cozy abode in Mexico comes with bold linen details and whitewashed reed shades that feed off of the abundance of natural light.
Leanne Ford’s farmhouse kitchen features lustrous metallic accents, which provide an element of depth to the whitewashed palette of the dreamy space.
We don’t know what we love more, the bright blue appliances or red detailing on the window panes. Either way, this beachside retreat may just hold the kitchen of our dreams.
Marble counters paired with cobalt blue cabinets complement the captivating views of this country kitchen.
The lack of a good view (or one at all for that matter) doesn’t mean a compromise on the decor. Note the clever placement of the potted plant that lends an earthy contrast against industrialized details of the exterior.
Steel-paned French doors – naturally paired with a stack of fire wood – are an effortless addition to the clean-cut elements of this contemporary kitchen.
See the more of this space on Architectural Digest.
Clever small space storage solutions aside, this tiny kitchen boasts an equally charming window with the most intricately detailed frame.
A wall of double windows is a must for the kitchen that thrives off of the vibrant greens of the outdoors.
A laid-back pool house kitchen practically requires a double duty window with a pop-up bar setup.
A rustic spot with an encompassing floor-to-ceiling window surround redefines the dream kitchen.
Whitewashed minimalism never fails to please, especially when it applies to the kitchen entry. We can only dream of what the courtyard entails.
Beamed ceiling, black steel windows, and an eclectic arrangement of potted herbs extend the pin-perfect effect of this stunning kitchen.
A skylight feeding into a wall of windows instills a sense of an escape, inspired by the surrounding views.
A white-paned window sets a mod contrast against the rustic details of this charming beach house. Kitchen or bar? You decide.
An impressive setting only slightly overshadowed by the over-the-top wall of garden greens. We can definitely see ourselves calling this home.
Farmhouse sink, rustic details, and an abundance of natural light – could we ask for anything more?