Vern Yip's Black and White Omega Kitchen Featured in The Washington Post
The Washington Post (March 2017) – Interior Designer and columnist Vern Yip's most recent piece in The Washington Post, "With kitchens the centerpiece of the house, you need to decorate it just right," features Omega Cabinetry including its transitional Clio door style and popular Glide-By Cabinet.
The article showcases a photo of how Vern used the Clio door style in his Atlanta home kitchen. He states, "Transitional black and white kitchens are on trend and rising in popularity. Omega's transitional Clio door style in a black opaque finish pair[ed] with Cambria's Ella quartz countertops reflect a look that is both fresh and timeless."
MasterBrand Cabinets Director of Design and Trends, Stephanie Pierce, is also quoted in the piece. "The current trend in black finishes showcase depth of color," she said. "This translates to finish textures that allow for variety in light reflectivity or translucency in shades ranging from dark charcoal to deep black. When done right, black can convey a dramatic elegance not attainable with other colors."
Read the entire piece at The Washington Post.
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