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.
Cerused-oak paneling transforms this eclectic study into a peaceful sanctuary. The oversized block pattern of the walls shows off a handsome grain and provides order to to the art display while a red dresser and chair provide bold pops of color in the space.
This kitchen's cabinets were designed to not only maximize storage and create a functional room, but create a layer of interest with the grey cerused oak finish, large chrome hardware and complimentary backsplash and countertops.
A lively orange-and-cream camellia-motif Tibetan rug warms this living room while complementing the white oak hardwood flooring. Cerused oak benches act as coffee tables, and electronically controlled baffles on the ceiling help shade the room.
Designer Kathie Chrisicos used deep-hued rosewood cabinetry in this dining area, which features glass-front cabinets, a modern teardrop chandelier and a turquoise tile backsplash. A cerused oak dining table, Parson-style dining chairs and cream-patterned carpet complete this sleek, contemporary look.
In this formal dining room, the walls (in Sherwin Williams Salty Dog) and ceiling (with Thibaut navy blue and white Cochin wallpaper) were dark. So for a lighter touch, designers used a whitewashed chandelier by Currey and a cerused oak dining table from Theodore Alexander.
This contemporary living room features lots of layers. A woven style carrara marble accents the full height of the new fireplace wall with inset TV. The grey cerused oak finish continues from the kitchen for a seamless feeling. A lightly metallic wallpaper accents the back of the new display cabinets.
Designer Kathleen Navarra granted the homeowners' wishes of a light, airy kitchen with crisp white cabinetry and a cerused oak island topped with marble while weaving in her trademark use of color. Navarra turned to rich chocolate tones for the grasscloth wallcovering, hardwood floor and La Cornue oven and hood and painted the ceiling with a sky blue lacquer to add depth to the San Francisco Decorator Showcase 2015 kitchen.