Megan Tennant of Forte Design Studios in Fort Collins, Colorado, has been working with the Siteline cabinet brand for about a year. Recently, she used Siteline cabinets in a rather unique kitchen project. Megan says, “The home is a stunning contemporary design that is located in “Old Town” Fort Collins. Old Town is designated both […]
Siteline Cabinetry Used in KBDA Bronze Award Design by Dealer, Ember & Brune
Madison-WI Dealer Showcases Siteline Cabinets in Parade of Homes Many U.S. cities offer a “Parade of Home” opportunity for visitors. Often, these homes are a wonderful way for prospective buyers to visualize the latest and greatest in home design and materials. Our authorized Madison-WI dealer, Denise Quade Design took-on the Madison Area Builders’ Association Parade […]
Everywhere we look today, we seem to see touches of gold tones re-emerging in interiors. Not over the top, all-brass- everywhere gold tones, but rather, accents of warm metals, creating a nice contrast to the cool tones often inherent in a white kitchen.
In 2017, nature-inspired finishes are front and center for bringing the beauty of nature, inside. We get it – soothing, natural colors and textures create a sense of balance and serenity in an otherwise chaotic world. And who couldn’t use a little balance and serenity today?
From blah to spa! A master bath makeover with Siteline. How many of us get to say we have the bathroom of our dreams?
The renovated Flagg kitchen is a complete transformation from the original. The new, wide galley design provides the family with tons of counter space, and the convenience of base cabinets with big drawers, wall cabinets with lift-up doors and built-in cabinets around the refrigerator. It all works together to enhance the family’s experience.
Holiday entertaining made merry with dramatic wet bar design.
Authorized Siteline dealer, Lisa Tobias of Tobias Design, Hopewell, New Jersey created this mixed materials wet bar for a pair of empty nesters who are downsizing, but not downgrading their lifestyle.
Is it just us, or does it feel like this craze of “rustic meets urban” is everywhere? According to the latest Houzz trends, “Natural worn, rustic wood works beautifully with edgy industrial metal to create a home with depth. Picture a blackened steel pendant over a reclaimed wood dining table, or a steampunk-style clock hovering […]
Alder? That’s a wood? Yes, it is. And we think you’re going to love it.