Natural Wood Cabinets: Why We Can't Get Enough

It's safe to say that we love the look of natural wood cabinetry (just look at our Modern Mountain Home!). Kitchens, bathrooms, and anywhere in between, we like it all. We've seen so many beautiful examples all over the internet lately and thought we'd pull together a few of our favorites to show you how to incorporate the trend. Scroll down for 10 great ideas!

This kitchen proves that black, white, and natural wood are a match made in heaven. We love this fresh take on a traditional kitchen.

In our Lynwood Remodel, the combination of wood and marble with polished nickel and brass fixtures creates a bathroom that's equal parts rich and warm. 

This kitchen mixes natural wood and stone with clean lines to create a rustic feel with just the right touch of modern.

We combined this natural wood built-in with a matte black ladder and lots of warm texture in the furniture and accessories to give our Modern Mountain Home a fun space for games and relaxing.

The patterned floor tile, the extra-thick counter tops, and the mixture of black, brass, and nickel - we love everything about this bathroom!  Adding a natural wood vanity and velvet stool is the perfect way to layer on some warmth.

The contrasting effect of deep gray cabinetry with light wood drawer fronts makes for a luxurious kitchen unlike anything we've seen before.

In our Mountainside Remodel we combined a custom bleached oak vanity with the cutest polished nickel knobs for a modern take on a traditional bathroom. We love to layer on the natural elements by adding some greenery.

This medium-toned office built-in pairs so beautifully with a brass sconce and subtle wallpaper. And can we talk about the seamless transition to natural wood wainscoting on the walls?! Perfection.

You know we love ship lap, and this bathroom is no exception. Pairing it with a natural wood vanity and thick concrete counter tops makes for a cool and sophisticated space.

The dark wood in this kitchen contrasts beautifully to the white cabinetry and subway tile. It's a simple combination, but it really packs a punch!