Read below to learn how a newly constructed home was able to incorporate natural, warm, earth tones throughout with their cabinetry.
Cayan Cove is a great example of how a new construction beach house can incorporate natural wood finishes and earth tones throughout beautifully with custom cabinetry. However, it maintains a clean and modern design with our Milano Collection in the finishes Bianco Lucido and Canyon Walnut. Continue reading to see all the bells and whistles added.
Altogether, this kitchen is a beautiful blend of natural earth tones with modern minimalism. From the warm Canyon Walnut finish to the high gloss white island and upper cabinet boxes. In addition, the touch of the mirrored backsplash accents the stainless steel appliances. This gave a touch of glam to this industrial kitchen.
Due to the unique lay out of this kitchen, the sliding glass door leading out to the outdoor living space, the kitchen was limited on cabinet space. However, our talent project manager was able to take advantage of our Destin cabinet organizational options. He added in a tray rack pullout, spice rack pullout and pantry pull outs. These were all strategically placed and designed – the beauty of custom cabinetry!
For the bathrooms, no detail was left out either. Who doesn’t love a custom makeup vanity? Unlike the rest of the house, the master bath vanity (pictured on the right) features a different finish, “Rovere Agento”. Since the owner wanted a more spa-like feel for their master, they also opted in for the floating vanity option too.
Custom Wet Bar
Most stair cases have a tiny awkward storage closet or nothing at all, so this was the perfect place for a wet bar. The Canyon Walnut finish compliments the natural earth tones and the wood shiplap. The custom cabinetry along the left side with the geometric custom cubby was designed and manufactured locally in Santa Rosa Beach.
Midnight snack, anyone? Compared to the rest of the finishes in the house, we love this neutral kitchenette added to the second floor. It is a great addition to this upstairs hallway.