The designer bumped out the sinks to create different depths, added an arched toe kick and used beaded inset cabinets to give this vanity a furniture look. Combining the large drawers into one large cabinet and adding mirrors to the doors makes the fixture look custom built.
A custom storage cabinet, ceiling medallions and a modern vanity mirror contribute to this bathroom's utter sophistication. The wrap-around granite countertop and vessel sink kick things up a notch on the single vanity.
White cabinets and a subway tile backsplash brighten up the kitchen of this bungalow-style home. Cutouts in the doors and toe-kick celebrate period detail, while historic millwork profiles selected from the front of the house maintain the home’s Arts & Crafts heritage and are juxtaposed with stainless steel appliances that add a present-day sensibility.
This minimalistic home office features a standing desk positioned in front of the stunning Chicago cityscape. An Eames-style chair offers a comfortable place to kick back, while a sleek white filing cabinet provides plenty of room for office essentials.
The designer of this bathroom was tasked with creating a space with plenty of light. She delivered with multiple recessed light fixtures, sconces, toe kick lights and a large window in the tub and shower area. At the vanity, a wall-hung faucet maximizes counter space, while a frosted glass medicine cabinet increases storage space.