Often referred to as the “heart of the home” kitchens are typically the most utilized space in the house, making cabinetry an important feature in aspects of both design and function. From door design, wood species, finish color, hardware and more, there are several considerations to make when selecting cabinetry for your home. In today’s feature, the homeowners selected melamine cabinets from our Sorrento line of cabinetry to fit their modern, clean aesthetic. Melamine is a popular choice for several reasons, including its durability, variety of designs and ease of cleaning. Sorrento cabinetry uses frameless construction meaning the doors are attached directly to the cabinet box without the use of a frame. This style of cabinetry creates more useable space, because it eliminates the face frame and the center stile that comes down between the middle of two doors.
The Esterel finish was chosen for the kitchen and nicely compliments the Cambria Whitehall countertops. Black hardware ties the space together, along with a black vent hood and statement wall.
Sorrento cabinetry is carried into the master bath with a stunning floating vanity that features melamine cabinets in a Cassis finish. Additional storage was added near the bathtub with a set of floating drawers, which also creates a stunning nook to display artwork.
Overall, there are many gorgeous details in this modern retreat, but the cabinetry steals the show in the kitchen and sets the tone for the entire home as it’s carried into the master bath. If you have questions on the type of cabinetry that’s right for your home or are ready to get started on your next project, schedule an appointment to meet with one of our designers today!