Dual-Sink Vanity Oasis
The Canter Jennings bathroom features Marsh Cabinets in an Alpine finish to create a light, airy mood. This space strikes a balance between the ideal place for relaxation and a functional setting for each morning's routine. Its dual-sink vanity means that two members of the family can go through their morning routine at once without interrupting one another. In the background, a freestanding white bathtub and separate shower provide the ultimate personal oasis.
Placed beneath modest cabinetry and hardware is an exquisite marble floor that gives this bathroom oasis a final touch of luxury.
For their home away from home, the Robertsons wanted to create a space that would make every weekend spent here feel like a vacation. This transitional style kitchen features a mix of Marsh's Savannah 1 & Savannah 2 for a classic shaker style. With its clean, simple profile, shaker represents a typically transitional element and has long been a popular choice among homeowners. Adding a touch of contemporary is the Graphite stain combined with sleek, stainless steel hardware.
The pendant lighting and ocean blue backsplash tie everything together by introducing the subtle embellishment to this otherwise laid-back space.
A cool monochromatic scheme is adopted by this kitchen with a soothing gray color palette dominating throughout. Marsh's Atlanta 1 cabinets in Greystone paint set a relaxing mood that is further reinforced by the complementary subway tile backsplash. Subtle embellishments like the glossy backsplash and decorative cabinet trim place this otherwise contemporary design within a confident transitional style.
Such a low-key aesthetic means that contrasting design accents create a striking visual break within the space. The mid-century black and white tile, paired with large geometric lighting fixtures, makes a bold statement against the relaxed backdrop.
With elegant details throughout, the Ernst kitchen embraces all things traditional. Subtle embellishments begin with the cabinets, which feature a traditional raised panel and neutral finish. Whites, creams, and other neutrals are at the forefront of this style and offer a fresh look that will endure for generations.
Standing out against the cabinetry are the oil-rubbed bronze hardware and ornate lighting. These classic staples, as well as the luxurious countertops and flooring, add the final touches of elegance.
The Modern Marvel
With its sleek lines, slab cabinet doors, and no-fuss aesthetic, the Rega kitchen epitomizes modern design. This project features Marsh Cabinets in a Graphite finish. As a stain, Graphite allows for variation in color with the wood species taking a strong presence underneath. This added level of interest places Graphite among the trendiest finishes available.
Minimalist hardware, stainless steel appliances, and Quartz countertops break the monochromatic scheme of the island and perimeter, while complementing the overall look.
The Regal Backdrop
The Holzbaur kitchen is rooted in tradition, but the straightforward cabinetry and hardware pull it into a comfortable, transitional style. This space keeps the regal aspect of traditional kitchens without overstating its elegance. The bright Alpine finish on the upper cabinets further opens the room and allows the design influence of warmer elements, such as the rustic barn door and wood beams.
The space is evidently regal but cozy enough to serve as a quiet backdrop for Holzbaur family reunions, children's birthday parties, and everyday family dinners.