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Last week we shared the Oxbow master bathroom reveal and now we’re back and going to dive into some of the details, like the cabinetry within this space.
Who’s loving on all things wood as much as we are right now?! We are and especially within elements such as the cabinetry. We took this all-white bathroom and brought our client’s personality & style into their home and gave this space some life.
Medallion Semi-Custom Cabinets
With this recent bathroom project, we collaborated on the vanity cabinets with ProSource and chose the semi-custom Medallion cabinets and we couldn’t have been happier with the quality, craftsmanship, and how it looked within the home.
While these cabinets are semi-custom there are many options when it comes to choosing your cabinetry. If you’re not sure whether to go with prefab, semi-custom, or custom cabinetry we wrote a full blog post for you laying out the differences and price points, What is the Difference Between Prefab, Semi-Custom, and Custom Cabinetry?
We’ve been so impressed with the ProSource team, working alongside them for the last year! From cabinets to carpet, to tile, their showroom really has it all. What we love about ProSource is that they have designers on their team that help us work within the right cabinet line for the budget, stain or color, and cabinet details our clients are looking for.
For this vanity, our clients were looking for a cabinet door that had clean lines and a deeper wood tone that didn’t look too red or brown. We came across the Lancaster door style in the chestnut stain and it was everything we were looking for!
Lancaster Door Style in Maple Wood
Working alongside our clients, and the ProSource team, we went with the brand Medallion for cabinetry and chose the Lancaster door. This style door is available in Maple, Cherry, Hickory, Oak, Knotty Alder, and MDF and features a square design with mortise and tenon solid wood frame and veneer flat center panel. The drawer fronts are solid wood, slab construction. And the best part is that the hinge is hidden.
We were able to work with the ProSource team and design out the cabinets to meet our client’s needs. As our clients didn’t want or need a bathtub, but additional storage, we swapped out the tub for a makeup vanity and additional storage cabinet. With the exact measurements for the space, they were able to customize the cabinetry to fit perfectly into the space.
Stain colors can always be tricky and the options are endless! And it can look different depending on what other finishes you have going on in the rest of the space.
In the maple species, there were a couple of different stain options that our client was considering, but this Chestnut stain was the winner. It’s a beautiful color that brings warmth to the bathroom, without being too dark. It also has the perfect balance of color tones. Not too yellow, too orange, dark or light.
Jamie and Topher installed the cabinets all within a day and said it was fairly simple to assemble. They then finished with toe kick and shoe when they trimmed out the rest of the house.
The cabinetry came in its own package, cabinets, toe kick, filler, etc. and then they had to assemble together. it was fairly simple. Most cabinets tied into each other with minimal fillers. Walls were relatively straight so there was minimal scribing. And if you have the right tools and carpentry experience, you don’t need to be a pro to put this style of cabinetry together! Jamie would say, it’s way easier than assembling an IKEA cabinet.
So what do you guys think? Do you love the look of wood? Would you love it or leave it within your own home? We’re all about it and can’t wait for another client to get on board and bring these natural elements into their home!