Your Kitchen Called...
Your kitchen, your bathrooms, your lower level wet bar all called and they are wanting what’s inside this home. Let’s take a trip to east Lake Okoboji and visit this gorgeous new construction filled with several Cambria quartz designs.
The kitchen is every homeowners dream. This kitchen island with a stainless steel sink showcases cabinets painted Sherwin Williams “Cooled Blue”. The countertops on the island are Cambria quartz Levven with waterfall end panels. For the perimeter cabinets the homeowner chose gray with Cambria Gladstone quartz countertops. While Levven takes on a masculine ambience with currents of gray, black, and white; Gladstone lends itself to be feminine. It has a soft, misty gray background that hosts slender, prominent veins crossing over fine gray webs and lacy lattices. These two Cambria designs complement each other quite well in this kitchen.
Move to the lower level family room you’ll find a walk up wet bar. These cabinets are painted the same Sherwin Williams “Software” gray as the kitchen perimeter cabinets. For the wet bar the homeowner selected Cambria Kelvingrove quartz countertops. Kelvingrove is very warm and nurturing with earth tones of taupe, white, and robin egg blue-green rivers and glistening streams. Giving one that feeling of living on a lake.
In the girls’ bathroom you’ll see Cambria Montgomery – a mix of whites, ivories, and creams coalescing with subtle, understated veins of seafoam green and a light dusting of pearlescent sparkle. Take a peek into the boys’ bathroom where you’ll find Cambria Huntley – a white, creamy base etched with fine line scatterings of warm, walnut-brown accents and gradated gray splotches. Both designs carefully selected to meet the style of the children.
This master bedroom and bath are spectacular. The suite looks out to the lake which is good reason for this particular selection of Cambria. A floating cabinet painted SW “Jocular Green” and features Cambria Praa Sands – it has a mix of cream, black, taupe, and mint green veining that mimics a pristine stretch of beach.
The homeowner worked with a designer on some aspects of this project; however several of the Cambria quartz designs they made while working with our design team at the Cambria Gallery in Sioux Falls. Often times when building a new home or remodeling we find the selection of countertops is much easier when you can touch and see the countertop material and colors. We like to encourage individuals to see the beauty of Cambria. Step inside our showroom/gallery and get inspired. Many of the Cambria designs are featured on vignettes and in full size slabs. While there are many designs and colors to choose from, the decision is much easier once seen in person.