Above a large, undermount sink, designers John and Anthony installed floating glass shelves to add storage and display space without interrupting the design of the kitchen. As seen on America's Most Desperate Kitchens.
An undermount sink paired with Calacatta marble countertops creates a streamlined look in this transitional kitchen. Gray grout in the white subway tile backsplash plays off the gray veining in the marble, and windows above the sink bring in loads of natural light.
An oversized, undermount farmhouse sink, flanked by Asko dishwashers, accommodates even the largest gatherings while a sleek stainless steel range hood catches the eye above the island in this contemporary kitchen in the HGTV Dream Home 2011.
With the addition of a new kitchen, the space is highly suitable for large family gatherings. The new structure was designed to not detract from the existing space––but to seamlessly transition from old to new. With thoughtful selection of finishes and materials, the designers were conscious of the overall aesthetic of modern seaside living.
A shiny, hammered metal rim gives this under-mount sink sparkle and provides a custom, luxurious touch at this classic vanity. The traditional bathroom features marble floors and countertops, a sculptural freestanding tub and plenty of elegant upgrades.
The designer of this guest powder room was tasked with creating a space that combined classic, vintage elements and materials with modern styling. A white marble countertop lends timeless elegance to the room, while an undermount sink provides a sleek, updated look.
Large windows with mullion details above the sink give a view of the backyard and allow light to flow throughout the space. White subway tiles and marble countertops keep the kitchen feeling bright and clean, while a white undermount sink gives the counter space a seamless appearance.