Incredibly popular addition in modern homes, mezzanines are smart and functional areas that allow you to optimize the vertical space available in your home and uplift the appeal of your interiors. They’re also a great way to integrate functional areas and commodities in an open floor plan. From the expansive to the compact, here are 15 amazing kitchens tucked below beautiful mezzanines. Maybe you will be inspired to think vertical as well!
Architects from Balance Associates used the famous combo wood/painted steel in this Seattle contemporary loft photographed by Steve Keating.
Photograph John Horner beautifully captured the essence of this sober yet elegant kitchen mezzanine design by Feinmann Inc.
An eclectic and poetic small house designed by Ira Lippke Studio.
A vintage industrial kitchen remodel. Via Antique Market, loft project by Oliver Simon, Vancouver.
The combination of traditional tile flooring and modern details like the stainless steel balustrade make us swoon. Design by Eck | MacNeely Architects, Boston.
Peek Architecture and Susanna Samson Design created an enchanting living place with a bedroom above the kitchen, photographed by Alex Maguire Photography.
Designers from Eck | MacNeely Architects, Boston, worked on an innovative structure with a central pillar supporting the mezzanine, allowing to save space on the corners.
A stunning all-white design by Rawspace, London.
Design by Kate Jackson Design, photo by Warren Jagger, modern kitchen, providence.
This rustic farmhouse remodel in Detroit by Northworks Architects and Planners, is simply outstanding.
A cozy kitchen is tucked a “wood and glass” mezzanine in this remodel by Envisage Interiors, Ireland.
A rustic-modern design by Kitchen Architecture for Bulthaup, Wilmslow, UK.
A rustic mezzanine kitchen designed by FIG Interiors and photographed by Stephani Buchman, Toronto.
A classy kitchen remodel with clean lines and raw/natural textures by CCD Architects, image by Tom Warry Photography.