Varnish refers to a water-based or oil-based protective top coat that is applied to seal a cabinet surface from minor nicks or staining.
In architecture, a vault is a self-supporting arched form, usually of stone or brick, serving to cover a space with a ceiling or roof. In home design, vaulted ceilings are generally higher than the standard 8′-10′ ceiling height.
A veneer is a very thin layer or wood or other material (such as thermofoil) that is applied to an underlying material such as plywood, particleboard or another type of hardwood.
A walk-in closet is a closet that is spacious enough for someone to stand and move around in it while accessing stored items.
Walnut lumber is cut from the trees of the Juglans genus. This wood has been popular in the creation of furniture for its strength, coloring and its ability to be shaped into elaborate curves.
A waterfall countertop continues vertically along the cabinets or island, creating the appearance of a continuous surface that blends from the top surface down the side like a waterfall.
A wet bar is an area used for mixing and serving beverages that is generally comprised of cabinets, countertop and a sink. A dry bar has the same components without the sink.