Dark maple cabinets with Shaker-style doors by Wood-Mode were built one at a time with numerous custom features. Many of those features are shown in these photos. The white subway backsplashes and white faux marble countertops lend a stark contrast to the dark finish for a rich, dramatic look. Ample LED lighting fill the space with light for a truly appetizing ambiance.
This transitional kitchen blends old with new and light with dark wood finishes, and features high-end Wood-Mode custom cabinetry with furniture detailing, and high-end stainless steel appliances.
This Friendswood kitchen remodel by Randy Godeau of Bay Area Kitchens features rich dark cherry custom Brookhaven cabinetry by Wood-Mode, and yet is light and bright due to its extensive lighting plan utilizing all high-efficiency LED lighting. Low maintenance Silestone Lyra countertops reflect the light to bolster the brightness of the kitchen. Drawers in most of the base cabinets offer the most efficient storage in all the right places. The drawer microwave faces the breakfast area for quick and efficient warm-ups without getting in the chef’s way. Concealed angled power strips provide lots of outlets that are tucked neatly out of sight below the upper cabinets so the glass backsplashes are not chopped up with traditional electrical outlets.
This gorgeous open-concept kitchen was made possible by removing a major loadbearing wall between the kitchen and the family room. Beautiful custom cherry cabinets are topped with quartzite countertops, and illuminated with all high-efficiency LED lighting. Check out all the details on the following photos and their descriptions..
Proper lighting and light granite countertops offset the dark dramatic cabinets in this kitchen remodel in Santa Fe. Generous and highly efficient storage is provided by 27 drawers of various sizes, shapes and functions. Other unique features include organized tray storage, lid & skillet dividers, a mixer base, a Lemans corner storage unit.
Brookhaven’s new “Westchester” cabinets by Wood-Mode are completely custom so every kitchen is uniquely styled and fitted to the individual client.
Appliances include an induction cooktop with a Vent-A-Hood island hood, a French-door convection oven and a single drawer dishwasher.
“Leather”-finished granite countertops add interest and texture, while resisting fingerprints and glare. The glossy glass tile backsplashes add contrast to the leather finished countertops and satin finished cabinets.
Bay Area Kitchens provided the cabinetry, and Dean Fridy, the general contractor, pulled it all together.
This unique kitchen designed by Scott Haig, CKD of Bay Area Kitchens, features white Brookhaven cabinets by Wood-Mode as a backdrop to rich deep blue accent cabinets and accent tiles. While the Cambria Montgomery countertops appear to be white at first glance, a closer look will reveal a soft combination of blues and grays that pull the whole room together. While this Houston, TX kitchen makeover looks gorgeous, it is also packed with functional features and storage, including drawers in most lower cabinets, turn-out shelves to utilize an otherwise dead corner, all adjustable shelves elsewhere, LED lighting inside and below the upper cabinets, a double-oven range, farmhouse sink, and a custom recirculating hood by Vent-A-Hood.
This open concept, transitional kitchen offers lots of seating at the island and the custom banquette. The gray stained island and banquette offer a soft contrast to the white Brookhaven cabinets by Wood-Mode. Cambria Montgomery countertops introduce subtle soft blue, white and gray tones. The corner sink is set in a recessed front cabinet and has a low center divider to allow soaking of large pans and grates when needed.