In our previous installment, we showed a number of ideas for Two-Toned Kitchens from our friends at Medallion Cabinetry. Medallion has created a high-quality and budget-friendly line called Silverline, which can be used by itself or mixed and matched with components from other Medallion lines.
Fenwick and Lancaster
This version shows Fenwick knotty alder Walnut; Lancaster maple Islander Dry Brush. There is a nice interplay between the Walnut finish and the floor, as well as the Maple Islander and the kitchen table and chairs.
An interesting take on an intimate living room, perfect for a small space. The Fenwick maple Seagrass and Lancaster cherry Sandalwood give a tropical feel with tons of under-seating storage. A great place to catch-up on one’s reading!
Bridgeport and Columbia
A nice, updated redux of a smallish traditional kitchen making great use of Bridgeport and Columbia oak Walnut and Cottage White Dry Brush. The White Dry Brush bump-out section highlights the area under the window and the oak Walnut finish and dark appliances gives the illusion of more space.
We have a number of clients who use Medallion’s Gold and Platinum product line components in their public spaces, while using Silverline for the family areas. This two-tone media center has Man Cave written all over it, with the inviting overstuffed couch and alder Chestnut cabinetry. The maple Cottage White Sheer adds a nice pop of contrast. We love the piano windows for light, privacy, and leaving space for more cabinetry.
We love this kitchen and the use of floor-to-ceiling windows. The Avalon maple Chestnut and Harbor Mist Dry Brush creates a friendly and inviting space for family and friends. The frosted glass island cabinet faces do a nice job of muting the possible clutter in the cabinets, yet allowing for easy selection of the desired serving pieces.
This is a very sophisticated version of the two-tone kitchen. We enjoy the interplay of texture and color between the cooking area backsplash and the clock. The surprising addition of lime green countertops says, “retro”, as does the clean lines of the Bella door details. Perfectly placed pin lighting highlights the crystal, silver and (lime green) ceramic display pieces.
If you would like to kick-around some design ideas or view our cabinetry portfolio, give us a call.