This gorgeous Bathroom is done in the Victoria style door. It’s Maple with a Morel Vintage finish. The bench, is platinum inset cabinetry. The door style is Madison. It’s a Knotty Alder in a Chestnut Finish.
And if you’re thinking, that’s one of the most beautiful bathrooms I’ve ever seen. Than you should see what’s in the drawers. Little hidden away spots for hair dryers, where they can stay plugged in, in an almost holster. All kinds of places for organizing, the general chaos into a harmonic symphony of splendor.
I’m 100% truthful when I say this my favorite finish we do. The knottiest wood is chosen, and banged up. Little color touches are added to the finish as well. All to give it that driftwood appeal.
This particular Kitchen is done in a few different door styles. The large section is done in the St. Andrews style, Maple wood. The Island is done in cherry, in the Camelot door style. Finally, the hood and sink are are done in a cherry, Newcastle door style. The finish is Appaloosa.
Personally, while I love the Maple and some other woods done in the Appaloosa finish, I’m not as crazy about it with the cherry wood.
As this is my first post, a little introduction. I work for a designer cabinet company that specializes in amazing finishes. Our lead designer has created kitchen designs for celebrities and the power elite.
The Kitchens and Bathrooms and Miscellaneous rooms I show, are not made with the cheap stock cabinets you’d get at Lowes or Home Depot. These are pricey. But if that’s not an issue, consider this site, an inspirations file. And if you’re interested in learning more, feel free to contact me.
This Kitchen is done in quartersawn oak with a Vineyard and Pinot Noir finish.
There are fantastic touches you can’t see in this shot. While the majority of it is a Mission (or Shaker) style, parts of it are customized with a Trinity style mullion.