The soft contrasting colors between the two finishes are blended beautifully together with the color of the wood-like tile flooring. The slight bit of warmth on "Designer White" pulls out the lightest colors in the flooring, while Milano's Chrysler pulls out the darkest graining. Leslie Floyd from Emerald Coast Building Contractors did a great job picking out the finishes for this newly constructed beach home in Miramar Beach. Marquis's project manager kept the shaker style cabinetry modern with the clean lines of the upper cabinetry. Since the ceilings are so tall, a nice decorative profile with a glass inlay with cabinet lighting completes the kitchen design.
Each space in this home is it's own unique room. However, it still all beautifully compliments the other as the finishes and colors were consistent throughout. The wet bars still featured the two finishes in the kitchen while the countertops were traded out to match the wall color. The Cambria "Portrush" from Stone Exclusive looks beautiful with the soft, frosty blue walls.
This project is a beautiful example of the harmony between dark and light and modern and shaker. These finishes and collections work together and have created a tranquil and relaxing beach house.