Small transom cabinets and open shelving provide storage for easily accessible kitchen necessities. An ornate tile backsplash gives added visual interest to this sink area and provides contrast to the smooth black countertops.
This bar area features custom cabinetry, accented with warm fixtures and natural light windows. Glass-front transom cabinets break up the all-wood walls and decorative plates line the top of mirrored backsplash.
In this lovely transitional kitchen, style works hand in hand with functionality. Transom cabinets provide extra storage and visual interest, with their interior lighting and frosted glass doors. A slate blue island adds a hit of color as well as a much-needed work space.
Barn light sconces and rustic wood plank accents bring a country cottage feel to this bathroom. Chrome hardware, a stone walk-in shower and chic, dusty blue vanity cabinets give the space a refined elegance. Transom windows let natural light flood the room.
Rich colors fill this well-appointed kitchen. Flat-panel cabinetry with transom-window tops are done in two different finishes, one dark and one light. The slate-covered backsplash extends up the walls and covers the bar while the countertops are comprised of solid granite. Golden pendant lights illuminate the work surface and under-counter lights provides a glow to the underside of the bar.
The intricate pattern on the drum shade pendant is repeated on the backs of upholstered dining chairs, while seats are swathed in the same green as the interior of two built-in china cabinets. The result is a perfectly pulled together space loaded with casual charm. Traditional architectural details include a paneled, beamed ceiling and transom windows.
On one side of the shower is plenty of space to get ready in the morning. These cabinets and countertops provide the perfect place to carry out your morning routine, while the other side of the shower contains the toilet. Glass doors allow both sides of the room access to the shower, so no matter where you are in the space, you can always enter.
The second island with chrome base bar chairs serves as a high-top table for casual meals and entertaining. Transom windows above the cabinets let in natural light, making the kitchen feel bigger and brighter.
Transom windows let in natural light without compromising privacy. Gray penny tile floors mimic the dot pattern on the frosted glass door. The floating vanity's flat panel wood cabinets break up all of the blue surfaces.
Glass doors and a transom window with wood trim draw the eye outside to the tropical landscape. A glittering crystal chandelier sets a formal tone in this dining room. A cherry wood china cabinet and buffet table warm up the space.
Although the cabinets don't meet the ceiling, white walls and transom windows close the gap to prevent the kitchen from looking disjointed and blocky. A large kitchen island anchors the room, providing additional counter space, storage and an eat-in breakfast bar area. Modern wooden barstools bring in warmth and a natural element to offset all the white surfaces.