Once cave-like and dreary, this California kitchen is now anything but thanks to a full-scale makeover that features new two-toned cabinetry and creamy Calacatta marble countertops. New, wide windows overlook the gardens and offer great views from every angle.
Calacatta marble on the counters, floors and shower wall adds clean, crisp elegance in this traditional California bathroom. White cabinetry blends in with the marble, while gold hardware is a stylish and unexpected touch. A built-in vanity separates the dual sinks.
This bathroom suite features a spacious shower with ceiling-mounted shower head, a glass enclosure, and shelves built right into the walls. The Calacatta marble floor is a small touch that goes a long way to create a luxurious feel for such a simple space.
Stainless steel appliances, including a stainless steel hood and backsplash above the Viking range, add to the streamlined look of this transitional California kitchen. Creamy Calacatta marble countertops and white subway tile mix well with dark cabinetry.
White Calacatta marble countertops and subway tiles mix well with dark cabinetry in this transitional kitchen. Recessed general lighting and under-cabinet task lighting add to the room's bright and airy feel.
The kitchen is bright and fresh, with white cabinets and calacatta marble counters. The contrasting wallpaper gives the space a wow factor. The orange pop of color makes the room feel open and welcoming.
A cerused oak island is topped with Calacatta marble, adding warmth and depth to the San Francisco Decorator Showcase 2015 kitchen. The oversized island is complemented by the deep chocolate tone of the La Cornue range and provides extra storage in the open, airy kitchen without adding visual weight.
Clean and contemporary describe this beautifully composed open-concept kitchen. Frosted glass cabinet doors, neutral walls and an abundance of natural light are grounded by dark wood flooring. A Calacatta marble island with waterfall sides is illuminated by puck lights and serves as an artful anchor for this space.
A wood-tone ceiling treatment brings this floaty, ethereal master bathroom back down to earth, in a very good way. The walls, floor and shower are wrapped in Calacatta marble, creating a sleek, clean profile that continues with the square-edged freestanding tub and white floating vanity.
A mosaic insert on this shower seat breaks up the wall of Calacatta marble tile and makes an ideal spot to set bath necessities. Shelving behind the clawfoot tub keeps miscellaneous items equally handy for soakers.