This modern kitchen mixes all-white cabinetry with chic polished brass hardware for a spare, clean look. A trio of brass pendants hangs above the island, which features a waterfall quartz top. Acrylic barstools are sleek and modern.
Because this kitchen is part of a historic Tudor home, the designers used materials, like a hand-glazed backsplash and aged brass hardware, to make it feel true to the time period. A pretty curved hood rage and decorative X-detail over the pantry doors only enhance the space's charm.
The rumors are true: this spacious kitchen includes a butler's pantry. With its bright white cabinets, brass hardware and light wood floors, the narrow hall feels open and complements the rest of the kitchen.
For this warm, Moroccan inspired kitchen, all of the cabinets were custom made and lacquered white. To add visual interest to the design, custom panels of hand scraped White Oak laid out in a chevron pattern cover the refrigerator and freezer. Finally, un-lacquered brass appliance pulls, drawer pulls and cabinet hardware to finish the design.
For classic, transitional style, the basic cabinet hardware was replaced with high-end satin brass pulls that add warmth to the glossy red drawers and door fronts. To add a layered element, the brass hardware was paired with the stainless sink. To successfully mix metals in a room, choose no more than two different finishes.
Open shelving mixes with sleek, modern cabinetry in this open concept kitchen. A trio of modern pendant lights hangs above a sleek island, while brass hardware brings a retro-modern vibe. Pattern on the backsplash creates a fun focal point.
Brass hardware gives this white, streamlined kitchen a dose of warmth and classic style. The island features a top with a modern waterfall edge, and acrylic barstools all but disappear in the space. A nook off the kitchen serves as a compact home office.
A favorite feature of this high rise condo kitchen is the full size keg with brass gold hardware. If someone is ever lucky enough to see this high-rise jewel, it may not be a bad idea to toast the town from the fourteen-foot custom bar with floor-to-ceiling windows. Viva Las Vegas!