This image shows how shaker, even in traditional cherry, can be an excellent choice for a transitional kitchen.
This cherry kitchen features a custom Drfitwood stain, daringly paired with marble countertops.
This traditional inset kitchen features Cherry wood in a warm medium stain with black glaze. It includes an island with an integrated eating bar and a farm sink.
This historic home was remodeled using applied molding inset doors in a combination of black paint and white paint, and features beautiful modern stainless appliances, along with both stainless and marble counter tops.
Long Beach door style Maple Custom Paint color
This simple wet bar features our North Andover door style in Cherry with our Chestnut stain and Black Burnish.
This remodeled kitchen features our New Ashford door style in Cherry.
This traditional kitchen was remodeled with our Ventura Way door style finished using both paint and stain. It features Tandem plus Blumotion drawers.
1920's home, cherry wood cabinets inset, vintage appliances, rainforest marble counter tops, dovetail drawers
Range wall view of the Lucas Residence. Courtesy of Kitchen & Bath Associates - www.mykba.com - 202.308.0242
This image features our Mount Vernon door style in our timeless Pinot Noir stain.
Our traditional New Ashford door style takes on a transitional look when painted white and combined with cool grey walls and floor tiles.
Our second view of this home reveals that the modern kitchen opens into a cozy, but fairly large breakfast room.
This large, bright kitchen features our Warm Springs door style in our Natural finish with oyster glaze. Island legs accent the island and dining bar.
This gorgeous kitchen proves that transitional styling can be successfully achieved even when using traditional inset cabinetry.
When a young couple wanted to add a built-in entertainment center into their living room, they found that our Jamestown Cherry door style in our Zinfandel stain was exactly the traditional styling that they wanted.
This architecturally-inspired kitchen features glass door panels with carved appliques, as well as a pediment and varied cabinet heights. It features our Grand Isle door style with beaded frames.
This charming kitchen with a cottage theme features our Cottage Grove door style in our Amber stain
The owners of this lake house wanted a bold, earthy feel, but didn't want it overly rustic in appearance. They chose our Fairmont door style and stainless appliances to bring balance to the stone and the distressed wood floors.
This decorative molding door style is paired with stainless appliances and a somewhat neutral paint and glaze to create a traditional look with an industrial flair.
This elegant kitchen features the beaded inset styling of our Grand Isle door style in Cherry with our Zinfandel stain and Chocolate glaze.
This bright transitional kitchen mixes painted cabinetry with stained wood counters, floors and bar stools. It features our Klamath Falls door style with our Brilliant White paint.
This spacious room does double duty as both a laundry room and a mud room. It features our Napa Valley door style.
This elegantly angled master vanity features his and her sinks, linen storage above and features our Lafayette Square cabinets with our Taupe base coat and chocolate glaze.
This kitchen features two islands and stacked cabinetry to achieve a warm, yet sophisticated feel. It features our Long Beach door style with our Light stain and Chocolate glaze
Nestled in the North Carolina mountains, this kitchen features a striking custom green stain on our Oxford door style, which is accented with beautiful pine beams.
This white kitchen with a contrasting black island features our St Cloud inset cabinetry with beaded frames.
Our second image of this kitchen shows some distinctive custom features, such as the custom X muliion doors from Conestoga Wood Specialties, one of our honored vendors
Loft apartments can pack a ton of style into a small space. Our Park City door style was finished with a custom Taupe paint and paired with Dacor stainless appliances.
While remodeling their kitchen, this family decided to add a built-in book case and entertainment center in their living room. They chose our Jamestown door style with a Medium stain.
Master bath from the Lucas Residence. Courtesy of Kitchen & Bath Associates - www.mykba.com - 202.308.0242
This wine bar features our Bridgehaven door style with our Black paint. The textured wall paper, fabric ceiling and generous use of glass and crystal create an air of elegance.
When your view is of a snowy mountain peak, cabinetry made from Knotty Alder is right at home. Exposed ceiling beams, stone floors and acid-distressed copper panels only add to the look.
This regal entertainment center and bookcase is accented with split capitals and posts, along with large dentil molding beneath the crown molding. Jamestown door style
This simple traditional kitchen is set apart by its two-tone color scheme and by the arched raised valance above the window. Ventura Way door style on full access cabinetry.
When this couple built their dream home out in the country, they wanted some country accents, but also wanted to add some sophistication. Stainless appliances and concrete counters complete the look. Cape Cod door style.
This kitchen and wet bar started with a 25 ft wall of cabinetry and an island.
This simple, but beautiful shaker kitchen is warm and inviting. Notice the lovely old barn out of the kitchen window. Our Danbury door style is featured.
This shaker kitchen is so sleek that it could almost be called contemporary. The cherry wood is accented by a glass tile back splash and stainless appliances.
Sinkl view of the Lucas Residence. Courtesy of Kitchen & Bath Associates - www.mykba.com - 202.308.0242
An entire wall of floor to ceiling bookcases is the focal point in this home library. Maple bookcases have a natural finish, along with our chocolate glaze.
The owners of this kitchen mixed two door styles and added an AGA stove and a love-it-or-hate-it subway tile back splash to create a stunning retro look
This open kitchen plan features our Danbury door style with white paint.
Our second view of this kitchen reveals interesting angles and a complex ceiling line, which help to create an airy openness in a galley kitchen.
The owner of this hutch wanted to create an outwardly simple statement, with some refinement in details. The inset cabinets and the shaker feet are simple and timeless, while the black beaded backs in the upper cabinets add an additional tone.
This double vanity is an inviting, yet complicated blend of styles. The wall color, the straight lines and the arrangement are almost oriental. The overall mood is somewhat contemporary. Yet the Thomaston cabinets feature physically distress shaker doors and Queen Anne feet.
While this kitchen may seem purely traditional, it is actually in a home located on the Florida coast. The owners chose our Ventura Way door style in Cherry with a Black glaze
This stately master vanity has warm rays of sunshine cast upon it from the window beside its garden tub. The couple who built this home used our Mount Vernon door style in cherry with a custom stain. The result is a stately, traditional vanity which looks like it's been there for decades.
This traditionally-stained kitchen features our Danbury door style.
Our second view of this kitchen focuses on the stove and eating bar areas.
The owners of this home wanted a built-in TV cabinet in their children's play room, but they also knew that painted wood subjected to daily use by kids can quickly start to look worn down. They decided to a Blue base coat, with our hand-applied Edgewear technique so that any wear and tear by the children would only add to the existing look.
A light stain on cherry can result in an wonderfully warm kitchen when combined with the proper elements. The lighting, the flooring, the wall color and the tumbled marble back splash all combine for a kitchen that almost oozes warmth.
The owners of this home had a vision. They wanted to combine the warmth of stained cherry with a sleek painted finish. They ended up using some items in cherry and others in maple, both in our Lafayette Square door style.
The owners of this home used yellow cabinets and mustard walls, along with medium-toned cherry cabinets and a wood ceiling above to create a real focal point.
This kitchen features our Danbury door style, a modernized version of shaker styling.
This hutch is a study in contrasts. The shaker door style and the foot configuration would both typically be considered traditional. The red base coat could pass for traditional, particularly since it has hand-applied worn edges. But the overall impression many folks get when they see this photo is that the look is contemporary.
The stained Cherry island is an unexpected surprise that adds warmth in this kitchen.
The owners of this home needed linen storage pace with drawers below, a vanity sink area, and a window seat. They chose cherry cabinetry in a warm stained finish.
Overall kitchen and desk view of the Lucas Residence. Courtesy of Kitchen & Bath Associates - www.mykba.com - 202.308.0242
The vanity space in this home allowed the designer to build in a linen cabinet, an increased-depth makeup counter, and a multi-depth sink area with drawers.
This wine bar makes the most of a stairway wall. The owners chose our Richmond door style.
A long space without return walls such as we find in this kitchen allow for some interesting possibilities. This family chose Cherry cabinetry in a medium tone and used a white paint and ornamentation on the island/eating bar.
In our second look at this kitchen, we see the ornate cherry range hood and the carved accents around the built-in refrigerator. The door style is our Fifth Avenue line in Cherry.
The designers of this kitchen was able to use the reduced natural light to their advantage as they combined bright yellow with a warm stain to create a relaxing living space with just enough pop. The design of the ceiling adds to the charm.
Here we get a long view of an efficiently-designed L-shaped kitchen with a peninsular eating bar.
Powder Room from the Lucas Residence. Courtesy of Kitchen & Bath Associates - www.mykba.com - 202.308.0242
This family needed a do-it-all solution on one long wall in their study. The combined desk area, entertainment center and bookcases were made in our Lexington door style with our Grey base coat and chocolate glaze.
We see part of this room in another image where a window seat was also shown. Here, we get a better view of the linen cabinet and see both vanities.
We get a long view here of a kitchen made in our Bridgehaven door style with our Offwhite base coat and Chocolate glaze
This is the second view we show of this historic home. The traditional black and white inset cabinetry looks is given a touch of the modern by the stainless island top and dishwasher.
This desk, set up for fly tying, is an avid fisherman's dream. And while many duotone color schemes look modern, this one has a classic feel to it.
The landing wall of these stairs is in the dining room of this home, and thus is a perfect place for a serving buffet, such as the one shown in this image. The homeowners chose our Richmond door style.
In our second view of this kitchen, we see the sink wall with a small china display cabinet to the right.
In this second view of this traditionally-themed kitchen at the beach, we see several interesting things. Note, for example, the custom oven cabinet in the corner with the built-in space for a television.
This coastal home has high, airy ceilings which allowed the designer to vary the heights of the wall cabinets to add eye appeal to a compact kitchen. The owners chose our Calgary door style in our Amber stain.
This is our third view of this kitchen. Here we are able to appreciate some of the architectural details of the island as well as the stove wall.
In our 3rd view of this historic home, we see a stainless farm sink paired with inset cabinets. It makes quite a statement!
Here is a cabinet designed with two unlikely purposes in mind: to store dishes and to be used for some occasional potting of plants inside. Our crackle finish, shown here, is offered by very few cabinet companies.
This area utilizes our Thomaston door style with our Amber stain to create a space with considerable pantry storage, as well as a small desk area.
This custom kitchen shows off our ability to create custom stains. In this case, we even added one of our standard glazes on top of that stain. The door style is Martinique.
Our 2nd view of this kitchen shows why inset cabinetry, particularly in rich dark finishes, can be used to create elegant, yet comfortable living spaces.
Two very traditional finishes can be combined to create a funky, almost shabby chic appearance. Here the homeowner chose our Oxford door style, with the cabinets finished in our Taupe base coat and Chocolate glaze, while the doors are finished in our Grey base coat with Chocolate glaze.
We like this second view for several reasons. First, it is of a smaller kitchen that has some really neat architectural appointments, particularly at the ceiling. We also like the contrast between the color of the cabinets and the tiles on the back splash.
While not for everybody, this kitchen uses our Newport door style in a duotone color scheme that is non-traditional, yet has an earthy element to it.
This kitchen in our Richmond door style has an interesting raised eating bar at the end of a double-deep island, which includes both a cook top on the kitchen side and a bar sink on the living/entertainment side of the room.
This classic breakfast room features a custom built-in china cabinet, and yet we see to the right the back side of the island from the kitchen, tastefully designed so that it blends in masterfully with the breakfast room.
Butler's Pantry from the Lucas Residence. Courtesy of Kitchen & Bath Associates - www.mykba.com - 202.308.0242