Interior and under-cabinet lights add instant flair to this stylish kitchen, a 2016 National Kitchen + Bath Association Competition winner. Designer Judith Wright Sentz of Judith Wright Design used ribbon lights in the leaded-glass cabinets to illuminate the shelves within and low voltage lights under the cabinets to bathe the countertops below in warm light.
The addition of glass cabinetry on either side of the existing small window provides the illusion of a larger window with a better flow of light. Beautiful soapstone countertops and state-of-the-art appliances embellish this kitchen with a timeless ambiance filled with modern conveniences.
This light and bright kitchen features neutral wood cabinets paired with Cambria countertops. Modern glass pendant lights hang above the kitchen island, while recessed lighting illuminates the space from above. Large brown floor tiles provide a finishing touch.
This spacious kitchen features a large island with eat in bar space. A gorgeous wood finish adds an accent panel to the island perfect for creating movement within the crisp, sharp lines of the design. Wood topped barstools face the built in cabinets including frosted glass cabinets framing the blue tile backsplash.
A white frame sets the shape of this bookshelf. Being built into the wall leaves the floor space open while providing useful book storage. Long glass door cabinets allow the books and trinkets to decorate the room, and lower white cabinets add the option of concealed storage. A patterned rug and bright waterfront painting add color to the surrounding room.
Cabinet lighting highlights the glass storage and tile backsplash illuminating the back wall of the bar. Sconce lighting creates a low light atmosphere perfect for the lounge vibe. Bar seating opens up to a pair of leather gray armchairs expanding the room and allowing for choices in seating.
This traditional kitchen features bright white walls, counters, and glass front built in cabinets with recessed lighting, a multiple gas burner range with white vent hood, glass subway tile backsplash, and contemporary pendant lighting.
In this traditional kitchen you'll find nder-cabinet lights provide ample task lighting for the workspace, while glass-fronted cabinets feature accent lighting to showcase the homeowner's teapot collection. The windows are unadorned to take maximum advantage of the city view.