Kitchen Design

8 Texas Kitchens That Are Way Big on Style

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One of the best things about Texas, design-wise, is that this big state has such a huge range of styles within its borders. We're talking quirky Austin pads, big-budget Houston houses, and cottages dotting the miles and miles in between. You can find just about every style here.

Don't believe me? Take a tour through some of these Texas kitchens, which have all been featured either on our site or Apartment Therapy. You'll be shocked they're all from the "same" place.

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1. Classically Chic in Houston

White cabinets with more white cabinets can be great — but add in a navy blue island, plus cool brass-tone accents, and you take the design to the next level. A balance of classic and trendy details makes this kitchen enviable.

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2. Airy in Austin

With its bright-white walls, minimal open shelves, and airy blue cabinets, this kitchen actually packs a lot of storage into a small space without seeming cramped. The key: Smaller-than-usual appliances, including a 24-inch wide fridge, that make the proportions look right.

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3. A Revamp in Hillsborough

This kitchen was the result of the renovation of a 100-year-old house that stayed true to its roots with modern flair. Key details: the cool patterned tile and high-contrast white cabinets above the dark-stained floors.

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4. An Austin Office Kitchen

Design blogger Camille Styles' office kitchen was one of our favorites last year. Mostly because of all those blending tones of white and wood that feel both modern and homey.

5. Cheery Red in Austin

Bright-red cabinets against aqua walls, topped with retro finds — like plates hung as art and an old-school trash can — give this kitchen its vintage charm.

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6. An Airstream in Elgin

If living in an airstream's your dream, then you'll love this well-preserved kitchen, with all the compact style and floor-to-ceiling brown wood you can handle.

7. Modern farmhouse in Austin

Green-gray cabinets, shiplap walls, and a 1950s-era Chambers stove give this friendly farmhouse-style kitchen an old-fashioned charm.

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8. Industrial Fort Worth space

Warm gray-brown and vertically oriented grain help this kitchen in a former warehouse-turned-condo bridge the space between industrial and home-style living.