Well appointed features a white built in shelving unit fitted to gray walls featuring gray open shelves with charcoal gray backs lit by Boston Functional Library Wall Lights flanking a mounted flat panel television positioned over white shaker cabinets accented with satin nickel pulls.
Gray laundry room features gray shaker cabinets accented with vintage nickel pulls and cement countertops holding a white apron sink fitted with nickel faucet in front of gray and white backsplash tiles located beneath gray shaker cabinets mounted above arched open cabinets filled with vintage metal storage baskets.
Light gray and white kitchen with a classic design features stacked light gray shaker cabinets accented with nickel pulls and fitted with Super White Quartzite countertops holding a farmhouse sink and polished nickel, deck bridge mount, gooseneck faucet under single hung windows separated by small sconces mounted to ivory shiplap walls supporting rustic wood ceiling beams hung over dark stained oak wood floors.
White and silver butler's pantry features white shaker cabinets paired with carrera marble countertops fitted with a round bar sink and a gooseneck faucet next to a glass front wine cooler and a stainless steel mini brick tile backsplash. by rosalyn
A Builder-Grade Home Makeover with Big Personality
Moving the sink beneath a window gave the kitchen a harder working U-shape layout. Greige cabinets contrast white quartz countertops and a subway tile backsplash. The tile was reasonably priced, so they took it up to the ceiling for a sense of height. Brass cabinet hardware (a vintage eBay lot) and columns on the breakfast bar add age./
White and gray dining room wet bar boasts a stainless steel glass front beverage fridge placed beside white shaker cabinets located beneath a marble countertop fitted with a small sink and a satin nickel faucet placed in front of gray mosaic backsplash tiles partially framing glass front upper cabinets.
This is the easiest system for making your own concrete countertops. There are no forms to build. Instead, you cut a cement board base to fit over the cabinets and screw in some plastic edging, then pour in your concrete. The entire project was done by one lady, with just a little help from another to mix the concrete. If I can do it, anyone can.