Deep brown cabinetry features clean, contemporary doors with bronze knobs and brings out the brown accents of the cream countertops. To save some money, Cowles builds a frame around the existing mirror rather than buying a completely new one.
Designer Kerrie Kelly makes use of the cabinetry by hiding helpful amenities, like a wine refrigerator and recycling center, in them. Also, tucked inside one of the flip-down drawer fronts is a laptop/phone/iPod charging station.
When looking to update existing cabinet door fronts without major costs, keep in mind that glossy black and glossy white paint instantly modernize almost any style door front, resulting in a much newer look. In order to properly refinish old cabinet door fronts, first, remove them from the casing, marking the back of each door front and the inside of the cabinet with painter's tape marked with coordinating numbers. Next, remove the existing finish with fine-grit sandpaper and wipe away dust with a damp cloth. Add an even coat of primer to the front and back of each door front as well as the fascia of the cabinet casing. Lastly, use a professional-grade, two- or three-inch angled brush to apply two coats of a high-gloss latex paint, as well as a clear coat of polyurethane. Keep the space well-ventilated for 24 to 48 hours to allow fumes to subside.
When space is tight and the laundry room is located in the heart of the home, use upgraded cabinetry that blends in with living spaces. Vancouver-based Old World Kitchens & Custom Cabinets created this luxurious laundry room with teak cabinetry.
This guest bathroom was updated with a frameless glass enclosed shower, contemporary plumbing fixtures and sleek contemporary cabinetry. The existing octagonal window was incorporated in the newly renovated bath by introducing octagonal glass accent tile.
Mission-style cabinetry and a marble-tiled, glass-walled shower create a luxurious bathroom that is sleek, yet rustic, a perfect fit with this secluded Tudor home. The 6,700-square-foot main house is tucked into a private, gated enclave in California's Lake Arrowhead community.
In this traditional kitchen you'll find nder-cabinet lights provide ample task lighting for the workspace, while glass-fronted cabinets feature accent lighting to showcase the homeowner's teapot collection. The windows are unadorned to take maximum advantage of the city view.
This master bathroom features a custom double vanity in a rich brown finish. Curtains soften the corner while creating privacy and framing the soaking tub. A tall, slender linen cabinet, which matches the vanity, provides ample storage without taking up much floor space.
The traditional wood cabinetry counterbalances the sleek stainless steel appliances in this transitional kitchen. An island featuring a dark granite countertop provides a beautiful focal point and functional workspace in the kitchen.