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.
As seen on America's Most Desperate Kitchens, the original, exposed brick adds color and texture to this kitchen space, while a neutral color palette fills the rest of the space. White lower cabinets with a black quartz countertop provide storage in the space, while glass paneled upper cabinets and a farmhouse sink help the space maintain its vintage feel complemented by the mint green refrigerator and Kitchen Aid mixer.
Color coordinated fabric shelves bring colorful decoration and organization to the room. The shelves are attached to built in glass door cabinetry creating options for supply storage. Moveable table panels slide over the countertop below to create the desired work environment for specific projects. Adjustable pendant lights above the tables allow for light control.
With distressed black cabinetry and warm wood accents, this traditional kitchen boasts a dark, dramatic palette. Cabinets with custom leaded glass panels display elegant china, and a sophisticated chandelier completes the look.
Now here's a room that means business of the most distinguished kind! Wood paneling lines the walls of the tasteful home office and library. The room also includes beautiful leaded stained glass windows and cabinets.
Black distressed cabinets, a few lightened with custom leaded glass panels, provide a gorgeous backdrop for this traditional kitchen. An island with a warm wood countertop is paired with upholstered barstools, providing a cozy dining spot for three.
Black distressed cabinets lightened with custom leaded glass panels provide a dramatic backdrop for hand-scraped hickory flooring stained with black distressing in this stunning kitchen. The dark color palette lends an element of surprise to the classic space.
This custom kitchen contains white Shaker cabinets and leaded-glass panel doors to achieve a warm but modern look. The pine floors are an unexpected contrast to the stainless steel range hood and a nice balance to the white subway tile backsplash.
The Venetian glass tiles around the connecting bath mantel are original. A salvaged wooden panel found in Paris was painted in a neutral tone, which highlights the watery greens and contemporary blown glass vases.
Even if your kitchen has a more traditional or modern style, you can accent it with country decor. Rooster home accessories add a chic, playful touch to any countertop, while stained glass or leaded glass panels in the cabinets can bring in a bit of farmhouse fashion. This kitchen remodel by Judith Wright Design in Seattle won a 2016 National Kitchen + Bath Association Design Competition award.
White tile covers the interior of this shower with a slightly darker neutral panel adding an accent section. A glass door leads into the shower with glass wall panels closing off the rest of the open side.