The Portico Collection, from our friends at Medallion Cabinetry, has 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 Portico Collection and show how the base product can take on different looks.
A new take on Construction Feature 3, eight drawers and two doors: Devonshire Raised-Panel Maple Frappé and Ebony 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 1, two doors: Madison Raised Panel Knotty Alder Peppered Appaloosa. This thirteen-piece door front are reminiscent of the Arts & Crafts style. Excellent workmanship and detail. The pulls and fixtures with an antiqued stainless steel finish make for a cohesive style.
A version of Construction Feature 2, shallow drawer, four regular drawers and two doors: Venice Raised Panel Quarter Maple Divinity Classic. An update on a basic Shaker Style approach with an added detail around the flat panel inserts. The brushed stainless steel pulls work well with highlights of the vanity’s finish.
A variation of Construction Feature 6, with a drawer, small and tall doors: Amesbury Cherry Eagle Rock Sable Glaze and Highlight. We really like the prominence of the X-Pattern front. Read more about this style in our blog Shiplap and X-Patterns.
As you can see, there are a really large number of options when it comes to the bathroom cabinets in Medallion Cabinetry’s Portico Collection. Let’s chat about this – We Love To Talk!