Our friends at Medallion Cabinetry have over 1 million combinations of Construction Features, Finishes, Door Styles, Wood Species, and Hardware. For most people, that number of options might be difficult to imagine, much less make a decision.
As you can see, there are eight options which combine doors, drawers, and footprints.
In this blog, we will take a vanity style from Medallion’s Veranda Collection and show how the base product can take on different looks.
Construction Feature 3, six drawers and two doors: Calistoga Reverse Raised Cherry Cappuccino Burnt Sienna Glaze and Highlight. These drawer fronts and doors are made from 13 pieces of wood and, when paired with a simple, dark pull, are very interesting to view. Matching faucet fixtures complete the look.
Construction Feature 4, three drawers and four doors: Waldorf (inset) with Knotty Alder Walnut. This nine-piece drawer front and door are reminiscent of the Arts & Crafts style. Excellent workmanship and detail. The pulls and fixtures with an antiqued bronze finish make for a cohesive style.
Construction Feature 1, shallow drawer and two doors: Stockton Flat Panel Quarter Sawn Oak Cottage White Dry Brush. An update on a basic Shaker Style approach with an added detail around the flat panel inserts. The pewter and copper notes of the pulls work well with highlights of the vanity’s finish.
Construction Feature 7, two deep drawers and tall door: Bahamas Maple Macchiato Classic. The Bahamas option is one of our favorites. The color and style are reminders of a simpler, more relaxed time of trips to the Caribbean. The simple pulls let the louvered fronts take center stage.
As you can see, there are a really large number of options when it comes to Medallion Cabinetry kitchen cabinets. Let’s chat about this – We Love To Talk!