If you have solid but unremarkable builder-grade cabinets, the simplest route to a high-end look is adding some height with crown molding. Interior designer Sarah Macklem of The Yellow Cape Cod tackled this project in her own kitchen with striking results.
This sharp game room features white walls and ceiling, modern black game tables and a glass chess set. A coffered ceiling mimics the geometric patterns of the game tables and cabinet molding. A light wood built-in bookshelf breaks up the white walls and provides ample storage space.
Neutral marbled tile covering the lower half of this bathroom wall compliment the neutral tones in the slightly larger floor tiles. A decorative wood molding adds texture to the design and matches the wood finishes of the mounted cabinet. A white pedestal sink and toilet finish the traditional and timeless look.
Mosaic tile floors add punch to this traditional bathroom, which has an overall clean, updated aesthetic. The dual vanity is footed, giving it the appearance of a piece of built-in furniture. Meanwhile, a pair of medicine cabinets and a tall center cabinet feature molding that ties in with the crown molding, and also with decorative tile molding that caps a subway tile wainscot.
There's no issue with cabinet space in this stunning kitchen. Tall, gray cabinets with ornate molding offer all the space you'd need for cookware, dishes and utensils. A stainless steel range is positioned with the cabinetry.