Raindrops on roses and whiskers on kittens, painted white cabinets in remodeled kitchens, brushed gold accessories that add lots of bling, these are a few of my favorite things! 

As the warmth of the Holidays slowly fades into celebrations for the new year, I wanted to take the time to share some of our dealer projects that feature a holiday theme as well as show off beautiful transformations. Enjoy browsing and maybe you’ll be inspired for your next remodel project!

Old World Charm

The below project was designed by our friends at Studio M Kitchen & Bath of Plymouth, MN, with Michels Homes of St. Paul, MN. The project features a second kitchen addition designed off the main kitchen and features both inset cabinetry for the uppers and full overlay frameless for the base and tall cabinets. The Kendall Panel door style is finished in our Silver Mist paint, with a coordinating Knotty Alder Wood Top on the pantry side. Several details such as the decorative toe boards, bead board panels, and custom brass inserts in the upper cabinets gives this added space an old English Cottage look and feel, and it dresses up perfectly for the holidays.

Photo by Scott Amundson Photography

Photo by Scott Amundson Photography

New Oak Traditions

This project by Adorned Homes features a new twist on an oldie but goodie: Oak cabinets mixed with today’s finishes. Oak is starting to come back around in design, especially when stained with a true brown tone like our Cashew on the Highland door style. Add in a white shiplap modern wood hood, quartz countertops, and gold and black accents, it becomes the perfect gathering space for designer, Katie Kurtz, and her family.  The stained oak adds warmth and texture while the black painted cabinets add contrast to the coffee bar area.

A view from the dining room into the kitchen, where everything is dressed up for the holidays!

Holiday greenery and a pop of red make the kitchen festive!

The Cashew stained oak cabinets add a cozy warmth to the room that is off-set by the quartz countertop and shiplap modern hood.

The coffee bar cabinets painted Black add another layer of contrast to the oak and quartz.

Woodsy Modern Farmhouse 

The below kitchen project was a remodel combining painted cabinets with our specialty Weathered finish. It combines both traditional white shaker cabinets with the rustic texture and finish for the kitchen island and the back coffee bar/pantry area. The weathered wood hood pulls it all together! A cozy cabin living feel without having to head out of town, and the holidays add some magic to it all. Project by RaLana Ackerson of Campbell Lumber of Superior, Wisconsin. 

Photo by Sara White.

There is no lack of storage in this festive space! 

Photo by Sara White.

Holiday Baking Dream

Below is an oldie-but-goodie kitchen project that was all ready to entertain for the holidays. This two-tone kitchen features cherry cabinets in Heavy Heirloom K, with the Alder cabinets in a custom stain with an accent applied. The beautiful Mantle Hood is the main attraction for this room, and the large island makes for a great prep space for making cookies, as well as adding informal seating.

A rustic, traditional kitchen with a mixture of cabinet stain colors.

A view of the whole room, sans the decorations.

Gather Round the Christmas Tree

This grand family room is ready for everyone to gather around to open presents. It features built-ins in our Chapel Hill Panel door style painted White with Pewter Accent and a matching mantle, which Dura Supreme offers. The leaded glass doors along with the glazing on the cabinets add a subtle vintage look and softens the paint.

Design by Studio M, Plymouth, MN.

These are just a few of our holiday projects to show off and inspire. For more inspiration visit our Inspiration Gallery, or visit a Dura Supreme dealer near you.

From all of us here at Dura Supreme, we hope you had a blessed Christmas, and we wish you a happy and healthy New Year!

Stacey Lindstrom the National Training Manager for Dura Supreme Cabinetry and blog author for the Dura Supreme Cabinetry Blog.

Stacey Lindstrom is the National Training Manager for Dura Supreme Cabinetry. Stacey has a degree in interior design and over 25 years in the kitchen and Bath industry. She has worked in all kinds of business platforms, from small dealers to online design and sales, and has worked with 20.20 Design software since 1997. Her first venture working with Dura Supreme Cabinets was way back in 1995, creating hand drawings for a dealer showroom. In the last 10 years, she has had her work showcased on episodes of Kitchen Crashers and Bath Crashers, as well as season 15 of Big Brother. As much as she loves designing spaces for clients, Stacey enjoys training and educating on product and design as well, and draws from her own expertise as well us blunders over the years to help Dura Supreme and its dealers.

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