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AUG 2018

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R. D. Henry & Co. offers vanity consoles as an alternative to traditional bath- room cabinetry. These consoles offer a multitude of customization options including the choice of 10 wood species and nearly 100 door and drawer styles. Consoles are plywood construction and can be tailored for a custom fit. Circle No. 155 on Product Card The Vanity Grooming Pullout cabinet from Diamond Cabinets features two stainless steel bins for curling irons and hair dryers. The pullout also includes SmartStop guides and adjustable shelves with non-skid vinyl liners. Circle No. 156 on Product Card The Floating Vanity from StarMark Cabinetry features both open cubbies and hidden storage solutions. This double-sink vanity includes carefully crafted drawers that allow for plumb- ing. Shown is StarMark's Tempo door style in Quarter Sawn Oak, finished in Repose Grey with Chocolate glaze. Circle No. 157 on Product Card Fieldstone Cabinetry has introduced Breeze, Capri and Sage, three soothing blue and green tones inspired by the islands that help create a soothing, pleasing space. Shown is the com- pany's Hanover door style in Maple, finished in Breeze, Capri and Sage. Circle No. 158 on Product Card Showcasing crown molding-inspired detailing, the Town Square S vanity top and washstand from American Stan- dard updates classic architectural styl- ing with sleek, transitional design lines. The wood washstand includes a towel bar and storage shelf and is offered in white or smoked grey finishes. Circle No. 159 on Product Card The floor standing Conical Washbasin from the Suede collection by Cerasa mixes Walnut veneer with brass and leather accents. The washbasin unit, available from EuroAmerica Distribu- tors, has one large drawer, an internal drawer and storage on the back of the door. It is available in several finishes. Circle No. 160 on Product Card As shown in this Mid Continent Cabinetry bath, adding a wall cabinet increases eye level storage and adds depth and dimension to the room. This bath features the Thomas Oak door style in Slate with Black Glaze. Circle No. 161 on Product Card The Linea wall-mount vanity by Lacava includes two drawers, a metal frame, solid surface countertop and a shelf. The piece can be customized with 26 wood finishes and four metal frame finishes including matte black and brushed brass. Circle No. 162 on Product Card looks," says Kathy Mannion, training manager at Eagan, MN-based Norcraft Companies. Lemel sees lines continuing to lean toward the cleaner side, and adds that, along with straight lines, there's an emphasis on functional and thoughtfully designed styles. "People still lean toward the straight, clean lines of traditional Shaker cabinetry when doing designs that are on the more transitional/traditional side," says Nick Robinson, regional sales manager for Chicago, IL-based Lacava. He adds that the company's new lines, Linea and Navi, have been outselling their long-lived rounded staples. This move toward clean, straight lines doesn't mean, however, that de- signs are harsh and unyielding. L'Henaff says, "Transitional lines that are simple and clean, yet also soft and approachable, are trending right now." Naomi Neilson, founder & CEO at Native Trails in San Luis Obispo, CA adds, "There is always a place for clean, straight lines, though we see a lot of demand for clean lines paired with softer sink materials – or vice versa." "Recent transitional-styled lines are simple yet sophisticated, fea- turing either straight lines or rounded profiles," notes Angela Wellborn O'Neill, director of advertising and marketing for Wellborn Cabinet Inc. in Ashland, AL. "Kitchens, bathrooms or even entertainment, it doesn't matter which room you are in; all lines are straight and clean and softer." She adds that the firm is still not seeing heavy corbels or moldings, and edge profiles on doors have moved toward Shaker-style straight doors or very clean slab doors. OFF THE FLOOR One way to get the clean, uncluttered visual consumers desire is to mount the vanity directly on the wall to create a more open, spacious feel – par- ticularly in small spaces. Luis Guevara, marketing and branding manager for Adornus Cabinetry in Doral, FL says trends are moving toward a European look, which features wall-hung vanities with clean lines. O'Neill notes, "The strongest trend we are seeing is the wall-mounted vanity, bringing the cabinetry up off the floor." Several manufacturers agree that there is increased interest in these styles. L'Henaff believes part of the reason is because wall-mounted van- ities, drawer units and countertops save space and provide a more open feeling in smaller bathrooms and powder rooms. FINISH FAVORITES Designs must express the style and personality of those who live in the space, which means a wide variety of finish options must be available. White continues to dominate, but other neutrals, and even more vibrant colors, especially in blues or greens, are also increasingly Photo: Courtesy of Diamond Cabinets August 2018 • KitchenBathDesign.com 89

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