Etched-mirror doors for my office! The darker wood adds some visual heft and focus to that side of the room. The mirrored doors are great because they hide stuff inside and also reflect light on the outside.
Who says you can't mix woods? This cozy, masculine kitchen goes all-in with both maple and walnut cabinetry and a deep, oak-front farmhouse sink. French doors provide just enough light to show off the room's varied textures – copper sink!
An earth friendly kitchen in stone, wood and tile. The stone wall in this rustic kitchen is highlighted by salvaged wood beams and white tile. Floor made from flagstone and reclaimed hemlock wood mirrors the stone wall panel and timber ceiling.
Really like the concept of incorporating the dining table as a sort of extended kitchen counter. Similar to my design, except the concrete kitchen bar crosses over the kitchen island and sits on top of the kitchen island.