Brushed stainless hardware
Brushed stainless has a dull polish that is achieved through friction. Brushed stainless has a slightly softer look compared with bright polished stainless or chrome.
Casing is a type of molding that that surrounds the doors of a kitchen or bathroom cabinet. Though its function is primarily decorative, casing can also be used to hide the gap between the jamb of a door and its opening. Casing can also keep doors and windows square to create a more cohesive and appealing design. Casing can be found in a wide variety of styles, such as clamshell, square-edge, colonial and Victorian.
Ceramic tiles (porcelian tiles) are often used to cover floors and walls. Porcelain is a type of ceramic tile made from a higher clay and fired at a higher temperature than other ceramic tiles. Porcelain tiles generally have the same color throughout the tile and can be either glazed or unglazed. Some porcelain tiles are made to closely resemble other materials, like wood planks or slabs of marble.
An architectural coffer refers to a series of sunken panels in the shape of a square, rectangle, or octagon in a ceiling, soffit or vault. In home design terms, a coffered ceiling is a framework of overhead beams crossing at different angles to impact texture and elegance to a room.