It’s all in the details. Paying attention to the fine details will complete the design by drawing all elements together. We have chosen vintage style light pendants for our showroom because the house was built in the 1930’s. Even the Tungsten filament light bulbs we have selected fit the time period.
To add interest to the cabinet run, we designed a white, bump-out sink cabinet with decorative columns. The base provides a nice contrast to the dark cabinets and the contours of the countertop follow the sink base, which creates a soft, attractive curve. Hardware can be the crown jewel of your cabinetry, but if the hardware is not chosen well, your beautiful cabinets will never look right. Be sure to select hardware that is the right proportion and finish for your design scheme.
If you have a situation where you want some privacy, but still want plenty of natural light, one option is to install windows with patterned glass. There are many options of different types of glass to choose from. We selected one such option that stands out from the ordinary, with a nod to the vintage era of the house.