Posted by Merillat Marketing on Apr 3rd 2017
The “Relatable Modern” Style of the Lanielle Slab Door with Wood Grain Foil
Have you considered slab doors and drawers for your kitchen or bath cabinets? How about a slab door with a wood grain foil? It’s a design pairing that can lend an appealing Modern style – bold, but not out there – across projects and generations.
Call it “relatable Modern.” A slab door with a wood grain foil, like the Lanielle door style, can work for all from a young, hip home renovation to a new multi-unit construction – and for older homeowners looking to simplify. Here are six key reasons to consider the style:
1. Warmly Modern
Slab doors and drawers start with a clean and linear profile. On Lanielle doors, the wood-grain foil brings pattern and texture that are warmly pleasing to the look and touch.
2. For Spaces Large and Small
The Lanielle style can be right for a big space – for example, an open, airy floor plan or a high-ceiling area. Yet there’s enough style distinction to energize a tight galley kitchen too.
3. Colors That Coordinate
Lanielle doors offer consistent wood-grain patterns in two coordinating colors. Whisper is a light, cool neutral. Cannon Grey is darker and bolder. Mix the colors, in a two-toned design, or let them stand strikingly alone.
4. No Moldings Required
A kitchen design using Lanielle cabinetry can eliminate the need for moldings. Accentuate the doors’ clean Modern look with floating shelves in finishes matched or contrasting with the door.
5. Dress It Up or Keep It Sleek
Dress up Lanielle doors with decorative hardware and accessories. Consider an aluminum frame door, with a glass option, to add to the Modern style. Or stress the sleek simplicity with a stainless steel pull bar.
6. Stylish and Smart
Slab doors with a wood-grain foil not only look and feel great – they’re easy to clean and built to last.
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