When creating a bar to service the kitchen and dining room for a client who entertained regularly, Teri Turan’s biggest challenge was space: “We only had a 47-inch space to fit a wine captain, an ice maker, storage for top shelf bottles, mixers, glassware, cocktail napkins and bar paraphernalia,” she says. Custom cabinets and careful shopping for extra-small appliances got the job done. She finished off the look with Persia Pearl granite countertops and honed travertine tile on the backsplash.
A transitional master bathroom features custom cabinetry with a hamper pullout offering family-friendly convenience. The custom cabinets offer maximum storage and eliminate clutter throughout the bathroom.
This traditional kitchen is filled with light and features white base cabinets, open dish display rack, sage green tile backsplash, stainless steel range and vent hood, a work island with seating, marble countertops throughout, and a contemporary gold ceiling light.
Textured white tiles create a subtle yet beautiful backdrop in this modern basement. A custom media cabinet with a sleek waterfall countertop extends into a wet bar, creating the ultimate hangout spot.
Custom color cabinets, reclaimed wood shelving, matte black and brass finishes, and postmodern pops make this space completely unique. It's a fun space that's meant to be fresh, inviting, and playful without sacrificing any amenities!
Give new life to the space beneath your stairs with a custom wine cabinet. This example from Vino Cellars & Accessories matches the home's traditional decor. The major benefit of this space-saving storage solution? It's temperature controlled to keep wines at peak enjoyment.
Designer Harmony Wells chose a tall cabinet to solve several problems in her clients’ small bath. “Because the space only had 8-foot high ceilings, we wanted to draw the eye up. The floor-to-ceiling custom linen cabinet makes the room feel larger and lighter,” she says. Wells designed the piece with an open-and-closed combination of storage. “This makes the unit less busy, visually, and keeps the overall scale on the smaller side, so it doesn’t compete with the shower.”
Hickory wood cabinetry, custom-designed in Atlanta, Ga., establishes the room's subdued neutral palette. Wrapped by a waterfall-style granite countertop, the kitchen's island also features the warm, glowing wood.