Glazed cherry kitchen cabinets are always in high demand in new homes and in renovations and kitchen remodels. Cherry is both expensive and highly cherished in crafting fine furniture. Most furniture and cabinetmakers consider cherry the top of the line wood choice for their best work.
The color of the wood might be light when first used to build furniture or cabinets. It may be stained a darker shade or simply allowed to darken as it ages. The wood readily accepts a finish. It typically has lovely markings that are unique and recognizable, whether gum streaks or the occasional pin knot.
This kitchen and breakfast room was inspired by the owners' Scandinavian heritage, as well as by a café they love in Europe. Bookshelves in the kitchen and breakfast room make for easy lingering over a snack and a book. The Heath Ceramics tile backsplash also subtly celebrates the author owner and her love of literature: the tile pattern echoes the spines of books on a bookshelf...All photos by Laurie Black.
This modern kitchen has a splash of color with this yellow glass mosaic backsplash. The color is 202 and is 3/4"x3/4". There are many colors to choose from and you can even make custom mixes to match your decor.
This cheerful Spring Lake New Jersey kitchen is featuring Jasmine Essex recessed beaded Wood-Mode Custom Cabinetry with white Caesarstone Engineered Quartz countertops surrounding the perimeter accompanied by a distressed walnut wood top for the island focal point.
Interior Painting: For this kitchen, we used Behr paint. It is both durable and easy to clean for this high traffic area. The color is Distant Star in a satin finish. Blue is such a calming color, isn't?