A truly chef-grade kitchen features not one, but two islands: This smaller one includes a Kallista stainless sink and a secondary burner by Miele for overflow cooking. The countertops are white quartz; the cabinets brushed and polished nickel.
Changing out light fixtures in small spaces can make an enormous difference in how they look, feel and function. The key to a swift, successful lighting swap is choosing fixtures which will fit with existing junction boxes. For situations in which junction boxes require relocation, it's best to hire an electrician; however, keep in mind this will create somewhat of a mess due to patching holes with drywall mud and creating dust from sanding. This three-bulb nickel and acrylic fixture features a linen drum shade which diffuses the light, allowing the wall color to read more clearly.
This soft blue master bathroom features a rectangular, freestanding bathtub positioned in front of two windows, allowing natural light to flood the space. Brushed nickel fixtures are used in the bathtub, while a metal storage shelf is positioned nearby, providing a spot for stowing towels.
A large white sink basin allows the water to trickle from the brushed nickel faucet without splashing everywhere. A matching brushed nickel towel holder is conveniently mounted beside the sink to keep the space clean.