Many of the kitchen cabinet suites that we install contain products from Medallion. Often, new clients ask us about the creative process that determines the final product. In this installment, we are piggy-backing on a recent post by Suzanne Derusha, Medallion’s Design & Trends Expert.
In her blog KBIS (Kitchen and Bath Industry Show – Feb. 19 – 21, Las Vegas) Sneak Peak: Lofty Sedona, Suzanne gives us a preview of what Medallion will be exhibiting at KBIS in their booth N3026.
We decided to take Suzanne’s lead and rearrange the images to tell the story of how they, and you, can determine what a kitchen should look like.
There are a large number of people who enjoy the colors and textures of the Desert Southwest: deep browns, rust, beige, dark blue – the colors of the earth and sky. The textures of adobe, hand-loomed textiles, and woven baskets.
That part of the country is the inspiration for the following color palette. Note that there are three colors, not just one or two.
Not only does the Medallion Cabinetry exhibit showcase a tri-color kitchen, it also shows several other trends: tall, narrow windows flanking the main food preparation area, open shelving (in the island), and smooth, hardware-free cabinet fronts.
If this sort of a design is right for you, most excellent! If not, we would be happy to turn what inspires you into a color palette, and then, into your dream kitchen. Contact us!