Milk glass select upper cabinets trimmed in clear coat walnut create unity with the large center island in this 12th South area home. New construction, the blend of high style and high function present timeless appeal.
Rich paint (PPG Greystroke) on walls and the bank of cabinets along the wall (PPG White Umber) work in harmony and give the sensual walnut grain the attention it merits. A careful combination of neutrals is one hallmark of transitional style.
Clear-coat walnut trim on select upper cabinets, all windows, the island, as well as the custom range hood fosters warmth and continuity.
A strong two-tone palette energizes the remodel of this Green Hills kitchen. With recessed panels on full overlay doors, the black-and-white combination is punchy, not pushy.
White paint (PPG Paraffin) on the cabinets plays off marble surfaces and subway tiles. Clean lines translate into a tailored space that is tidy but in no way tiny.
Custom floating shelves add pop and personality. They bridge the appliances, boost the open feeling, and provide a spot for both decorative and functional pieces.
The island is stained (PPG Zombie), not painted, and the maple grain adds organic warmth. Depending on the light and angle, the color dances between blackish to slate to inky blue.
The bottom bank of upper cabinets (right) serves as the ultimate appliance garage for a coffee station and other countertop essentials. Pocket doors open from the bottom, sliding seamlessly up and out of the way and closing down when the work is done.
Frank Lloyd Wright believed a house should not be on a hill but of the hill. In much the same way, this kitchen is not in the house but of the house, an organic blend of refined brilliance.
The kitchen remodel in this Belmont area home designed by Frank Lloyd Wright honors his signature style that blends natural materials, texture, and earthy elegance.
A bank of glass insets atop clear coat walnut upper cabinets brings lightness and balances the painted lower cabinets of maple. The island (SW Repose Grey) is a bit lighter than the lower cabinets (SW Dovetail), adding visual interest in depth.
Antiqued bronze door pulls and knobs and footed toe kick detailing give the cabinets the a look of fine furniture.