This loft apartment in the Philadelphia area has all of the modern European flair its owner wished for, with a really exciting texture added at the eating bar
With innovative bar seating that allows for much-needed storage in a small loft kitchen,the DuRochers got the eating bar they wanted without sacrificing precious space. We also see in this image that wood cabinetry can be easily incorporated into contemporary styling.
This contemporary kitchen blends Zebrawood and Walnut doors with Metal accent doors. to further complement the exotic wood theme, Thatch Resin inserts from the 3Form Corporation are inserted into the metal doors above.
If you want a clean, sterile, almost lab-like environment, this design may be just the thing for you. Clean white shaker cabinetry with with tile and brick accents keep it cool and clean, but their varied textures provide balance.
This luxurious kitchen demonstrates an artful blend of high gloss foil, brushed stainless metals and marble.
In our second look at this kitchen, we have the marble island back in view, and get an even better idea of how well marble, metal and gloss foils complement each other.
Using our high-gloss Wireframe Copper foil, along with our factory integrated P01 pulls, you can create a contemporary european-style masterpiece, as seen here.
This kitchen mixes the exotic warmth of reconstituted Wenge with clean white floors and walls
Mrs Ivanovich had a vision for a kitchen that could be kept squeaky clean, yet still feel warm.. The designer achieved this vision by combining white high gloss slab doors and plain white walls with a warm hardwood floor.
Our second view of this kitchen further exhibits the vision that Mrs Ivanovich had for her kitchen. The fit between the riefrigerator and the surrounding cabinetry makes for really clean lines.The hardwood flooring and the large windows give the warmth that she wanted.
The Robertsons wanted a kitchen with a taste of contemporary styling with a traditional wood finish. The designer used a simple slab door style and stainless appliances with fairly straight lines to create the contemporary feel.
This custom vanity is interesting in that it uses the Oyster bay foil, a textured foil that looks like old bleached wood, in an almost oriental contemporary setting.
The Shermans are into bold colors. As such, they couldn't settle for just any kitchen. Their designer artfully blended white cabinetry and vibrant purple walls with wood flooring.
Our second view of the Sherman's kitchen is taken from the left rear of the island and shows that their designer is also an expert on creating an efficient work triangle.
This vanity uses our M12S door style with Wenge inserts to create a contemporary, yet warm feel in a small amount of space.
This kitchen combines black cabinetry with metal and glass doors for a clean, sophisticated appearance
Shortly before their wedding, the Longs stumbled onto an affordable small home far closer to metro DC than they dreamed possible. As with many homes in that neighborhood, the kitchen was dated and needed remodeling. They wanted a contemporary flair with some traditional influence. Their designer paired our Park City door style and Taupe paint with Dacor stainless appliances.
Our Punta Cana door style in cherry is shown here in our Medium stain color. Even medium reddish brown tones can be successfully convey a contemporary feel when used in appropriate designs.
In our second view of this kitchen, we see how well a brownish red stain color works with stainless appliances. This is our Punta Cana door style in Cherry with our Medium stain.
This kitchen and wet bar started with a 25 ft wall of cabinetry and an island. The owners were torn between traditional and contemporary styling. In the end, they decided to meet in the middle, resulting in a comfortable transitional setting.
This flush contemporary full access kitchen combines the warmth of an exotic wood grain and the ease of maintenance that high gloss foil provides.
In our second view of this kitchen, we see that, even when the depth of base cabinets must vary to fit a tight space, flush contemporary cabinetry can still provide a flush, clean appearance.
This image shows how a clean, almost sterile kitchen can be exciting and warm simply by adding a wood bar top and some color in the top doors (in the case that color is Olive back-painted glass). To learn more about metal doors, go to the Details section on our homepage, then look at Modern Doors. To see the options available for metal doors, go to the Details section on our homepage, then go to finishes, and look at Contemporary Surfaces.
When remodeling, the Seebrats wanted a dramatic change from their 1980's pickled oak cabinetry. They decided to incorporate some contemporary flair, but wanted the warmth of wood as well. They settled on our E01 door style in Bamboo with accent metal doors above.
The Rossi family wanted their kitchen to have sleek lines and to really pop. Their designer paired high gloss white doors with dark ends and a marvelous tile back splash that really set this kitchen apart.
In our second view of this kitchen, we see how the stainless appliances and accents, as well as the gloss white bar stools, reinforce the overall look.
The owners of this kitchen wanted balance. They wanted sleek, modern, glossy cabinets with metal accents, but they wanted to use other elements in the kitchen to tone down the contemporary styling a bit. The color and texture on both the counter tops and the wood floors gave them the balance they were looking for.
When the owner of this garage decided to add cabinets, he wanted the clean look of stainless, some serious storage space, and a workbench with plenty of drawers. By using our integrated P01 recessed pulls, he was able to get exactly what he wanted.
This East-Meets-West, his and her master bath features our Thomaston door style.