Sleek & Stylish White Kitchen Design
While home design trends may come and go, designers and architects know that white kitchens will never be out of style. There is nothing more sleek and stylish than an all-white kitchen design. In this modern home, the kitchen gets its edgy feel from high-gloss features and shots of bright color. Splashes of yellow and green accents bring a pop of color and energy to the Cambria-topped island, big enough for dining. Custom cabinets from Shiloh Cabinetry are painted polar white to bring more light and open the space. American Scrape hardwood floors brings the look of vintage hand-scraped floors to this home.
Wood Type: Maple
Door style – Heritage, Beaded Inset
KitchenAid 36” 6-Burner Dual Fuel Freestanding Range, Commercial-Style
Cambria Summerhill Coastal Collection
American Scrape Hardwood
White Oak Solid Hardwood – Nantucket
5 in. Wide x 3/4 in. Thick, Medium Gloss
We partnered with W.W. Wood Products to provide this kitchen with the highest quality cabinetry in the business. Shiloh Cabinetry is American-made and features all wood construction: the sides, backs, tops, bottoms and shelves are made with layered plywood for strength and rigidity. The doors, drawers, face frames and even corner braces are made from solid hardwood.
Calm and serene with dramatic accents, these Summerhill countertops are named for the Welsh coastal village where stately clouds drift gently out to sea across a silver-dappled sky. Cambria is much harder than granite or marble making it more durable. That means Cambria is less likely to scratch, chip, or stain for years of worry-free service. Cambria is nonporous and nonabsorbent so it won’t draw in moisture from raw or leftover food, which can harbor harmful bacteria.
We gave this modern home a vintage look with scraped hardwood flooring that’s ruggedly beautiful and built to last. Crafted with a proprietary, random scraping technique, every board is one-of-a-kind and features the industry’s most authentic visuals. We used Armstrong American Scrape floors, which are crafted to the highest standards using quality Appalachian hardwood. Appalachian forests go dormant in cold weather. The slow growth leads to a denser wood with tighter, more consistent grain and fewer mineral streaks or color variations. This home features oak floors which is naturally durable. The inherent hardness of oak makes it more resistant to ordinary signs of wear and a perfect choice for active spaces.