What do kitchens, bathrooms, and laundry rooms have in common?
And in situations where you are designing those elements of the house together (new construction or complete renovation, for example), you walk a fine line between coordination and being too “matchy-matchy.”
You want a cohesive design for the house overall, but differentiation in the spaces.
This modern design is a good example of how we helped a client keep that in mind.
The kitchen is modern with simple but dramatic lines.
The Laundry Room
The laundry room brings in similar cabinets, but a different kind of pull and a small sink for plenty of work space.
The bathrooms use floating vanities that work well with the modern style and feel, with use vessel sinks to add functional, decorative touches. The pulls are also more styled and playful.
We also used a contrasting cabinet color in the master bath to add definition to the space, especially with the large white soaking tub.
It Takes a Lot of Effort to Look Effortless
Design choices like these seem so simple when you’re looking at gorgeous finished products, but making them happen within your spaces and budget can be daunting.
What’s why we have experienced (and patient) designers on staff to help our customers throughout the process, plus a showroom that helps make experimenting with choices a little easier. Our goal is to make sure people are happy with their end result.
What are your thoughts on the finished products?