As seen on Fixer Upper, Chip and Joanna maximized the space in this master bathroom by adding a raised cabinet between the space's twin sinks. A large mirror with unique lamps help to reflect the natural light let into the space by the windows on the opposite wall. This makes the bathroom feel lighter, brighter and more open.
A raised linen cabinet allows for increased storage space and provides separate vanities in this serene, transitional bathroom. By strategically planning electrical access in the linen storage, the homeowners are able to charge and store their bathroom accessories while keeping their counter space free from clutter.
Exuding Old World charm, a wall of frameless, raised-panel cabinets are accented with a creamy glaze, bronze handles and lighting. Other features include a large island with seating, an apron sink and white marble countertops.
This spacious kitchen features custom-milled cherry cabinets, vaulted ceilings and gray terrazzo floors. Large windows keep the space light and bright, while the kitchen island boasts a raised breakfast bar, allowing room for casual dining.
The original layout of this kitchen functioned in the home perfectly, so it was worth keeping around, but the style was stuck in the 1950's. The ceiling was raised to allow the kitchen appear larger and all the cabinets were given new fronts for a modern look with the shaker panel style. Painting the lower cabinets and peninsula dark blue really grounded the small space.
As natural light floods in to this home's master bathroom, the neutral color palette reflects the light making the space feel brighter and larger. Chip and Joanna added unique details, like the raised cabinets and extendable lamps makes the bathroom more functional, while the glass front shower makes the space feel more open.
Deep, dark wood cabinets and a striking ceiling light fixture create a masculine tone in this traditional rustic kitchen. A granite topped kitchen island features a raised counter that is perfect for intimate dining.
This contemporary kitchen features black and white cabinetry, which creates a pleasing contrast within the space. A large island provides ample prep space, while black and white barstool cozy up to the raised bar.
White cabinets will complement almost any decor you want to choose — now or 20 years from now. “To choose a style, consider the existing architecture of the home and how the cabinetry works visually within its environment,” says designer Tatiana Machado-Rosas of Jackson Design and Remodeling. “A raised panel is often a good choice for more traditional styles, while a Shaker style (shown here) works with a modern, simple design.”
This bathroom stared out with a huge roman raised tub, orange floral wallpaper, and a dark enclosed shower. We removed the tub surround and added a free standing tub, We softened the space by adding floor to ceiling drapery behind the tub. This created privacy as well as some softness to all of the tile and hard surfaces in this room. The walls got a textured wallpaper that added some subtle color and another texture to the space. The shower was a complete overhaul and got a new window, brand new tile and a frosted glass panel for some privacy while still keeping the overall feeling open and light. The cabinets got a paint job and added casing around the mirrors to create more of a custom feel.
Hardwood floors, wood cabinets and stone countertops lend a warm look to this open, contemporary kitchen. The large island features a raised glass breakfast bar, making this space super functional for a family.
In this renovated Louisiana kitchen featured on America's Most Desperate Kitchens, the curved countertop has been removed to provide the space with easy access to the family room. To create a more elegant space, old, outdated cabinets were replaced with bright white cabinets with a crown molding and a single raised panel for a more sophisticated look.
This master bath's existing raised-panel cabinets were replaced with custom maple cabinets and a large freestanding maple armoire. A standing shower and large bathtub give this bathroom a spa-like feel.
Contemporary doesn’t have to mean cold and uninviting. In this contemporary kitchen, wood cabinets with a horizontal grain add warmth to the space. A raised glass breakfast bar makes this a super functional space for a family.