Studio Haus is honored to announce our collaboration with IQ Capital Group and Friedman Construction.

Located in Beverly Hills, this modern masterpiece boasts regal finishes and a one-of-a-kind rooftop pool. The spacious main living room allows for a seamless flow between the lounge spaces, dining room, and kitchen. The kitchen is adorned with a fine marble countertop and backsplash as well as Miele appliances, a center island, multiple sinks, and sleek modern cabinetry. The opulent master suite spans an entire level of the home and features a fireplace, walk-in closets, luxurious bathrooms, and an open-air balcony. Studio Haus created a contemporary kitchen, 7 bathrooms, 5 closets, an entertainment center, and a bar for this lovely home. Below you can view the specifications for each of spaces on which we worked. 

Kitchen

Cabinet finish: high gloss lacquered panel in Antricita
Countertop and backsplash:
Calacatta Gold marble ¾ inch single flat edge profile
Custom fabricated marble island sink
Touch latch door/drawers: Blum tip on and Legrabox
Hafele under counter lighting
Kessembohmer accessories
Appliances:  Meile

Master Bathroom

Cabinet finish: high gloss lacquered panel in white
Channel in black aluminum
Countertop in black glass

Master Closet

Soft grey closet system
Finish: Supermatte lacquered panel in black
Countertop:  Calacatta Gold marble ¾ inch single flat edge profile

Bar

Vintage View wine peg system
Countertop:  Calacatta Gold marble ¾ inch single flat edge profile
Cabinet finish is a Supermatte panel in Antricita

Entertainment Center

High gloss lacquered panel in Black
Countertop: Black Glass

Downstairs Bar Bathroom

Cabinet finish is a Supermatte panel in Antricita
Channel in Black Aluminum
Countertop in Black Glass

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Studio Haus is honored to announce our collaboration with Aaron B Duke

“Interior designer Aaron Duke believes your home should be a place where you can be yourself and express yourself. For his latest project, he transformed a 28-year-old TV and film coordinator’s West Hollywood condo into a live, work and play dream home. Before the makeover, Aaron’s client had no interest in showing off his bland space. Aaron’s main goal was to not only focus on the design, but on the way each home-y detail could enhance his client’s personal life. After a three-month renovation, Aaron delivered, and now this bright and bold space is perfect for hosting and entertaining friends and family.” – hgtv.com

Kitchen

This kitchen features Sirius Dekton Quartz Countertops with 3 inch mitered edge and a matching quartz blacksplash.

Studio Haus Signature Custom Supermatte black cabinets with tip on hardware.

Blum Legrabox drawers in Orion grey with tip on hardware.

Integrated Under Cabinet LED Lighting and Miele Appliances.

Powder Room

Royale Aquadom Medicine Cabinet

Custom Floating Cashmere Supermatte Cabinets with 350 kg maximum loading bearing hardware

Countertop: Dekton Edora Beige

Integrated custom vanity with a slab integrated sink to match the countertops, with a slope drain. Engineered by Studio Haus.

Master Bathroom

Custom Floating Cashmere Supermatte Cabinets with 350 kg maximum loading bearing hardware

Countertop: Dekton Edora Beige

Integrated custom vanity with a slab integrated sink to match the countertops, with a slope drain. Engineered by Studio Haus.

Royale Plus Aquadom Medicine Cabinet

Catlandia Closet

This is a closet dedicated to cats with custom features such as scratch posts and places for them to eat, sleep, as well as play.

Doors: Blanco Supermatte

Cabinet Interior: White Melamine



Studio Haus is honored to announce this Manhattan Beach Transitional Kitchen

Located in Manhattan Beach, this transitional home has luxurious finishes and a custom recessed spice niche with sliding doors. The open living room allows for a smooth flow between the common room, dining room, and kitchen. The kitchen is adorned with a lovely quartz countertop and island as well as integrated Sub Zero refrigerated drawers and sleek modern cabinetry.  

Cabinets

Cabinet finish: Manhattan Oak Wood Veneer

Blum Aventos HK lift system with brass mesh inserts

Blum Legrabox with tip on mechanism for a seamless look

Integrated Sub Zero Refrigerated Drawers

Island

Island Finish: Fenix Supermatte Blu Delft

Thanks to the use of nanotechnologies, Fenix thermally heals any micro-scratches, and:

Is highly resistant to scratches, abrasion, rubbing and dry heat

Withstands impacts, acid-based solvents and household reagents

Significantly reduces the bacterial load making its surface hygienic and easy to clean
Liquid repellent and mold-proof

Custom Recessed spice niche with sliding doors

Sliding Door Mechanism with Brass integrated handles

Decorative Brass Mesh Door Insert

Great space saving Hack


As 2020 is now in full swing, you may be turning your attentions to your home and thinking about giving it a new look and fresh look. If you are looking at investing in aesthetically pleasing cabinets, mirrors and other accessories for your bathroom, why not consider the range we now have available from Aquadom. Whether you are looking to completely renovate and remodel your bathroom, or simply want to switch out existing furnishings and furniture for something new, Aquadom’s collection has pieces that will appeal, regardless of your budget.

A member of the National Kitchen & Bath Association, Aquadom has a sterling reputation for designing and producing cabinets and other accessories that have modern appeal, are well-made using high quality materials and have a touch of class and luxury that can help elevate any standard bathroom.

Signature Royale

With their Signature Royale line of products, the company has drawn on the collective experience of its team to create pieces that will give your home a unique and sophisticated atmosphere and appearance.

Royale Plus

Even when you have the bathroom of your dreams and everything is in place, the range of products in the Royale Plus collection from Aquadom can give your bathroom that special finishing touch that will make it stand out. The bathroom should be a place of relaxation, cleanliness and luxury and that’s what you get with these accessories.

Royale

We don’t believe everything needs to be elaborate or intricate. Sometimes something simple can be just as eloquent and beautiful. If you are looking for cabinets that meet that description, the Royale line from Aquadom is perfect for your needs.

Daytona

The Daytona line of products from Aquadom is what you need if want accessories for your bathroom that are designed with beauty and practicality in mind. Easy to reach and use functions help to make their beautiful products will make time you spend in the bathroom easier and more enjoyable.

Breeze

If you are looking for something a little original compared to the mirrors that are often available in homeware stores, look no further than the Breeze model from Aquadom. This has been made with a unique 3-panel design that offers a pristine reflection from any angle. Perfect for when you are getting you are readying yourself for the day ahead.

Royale Basic

If you have a tighter budget, then the Royale Basic line of products has been made with you in mind. Affordable and convenient, they still retain the sense of luxury that you would find in the more expensive Signature Royale range from Aquadom.

Pacifica

When is a mirror more than just a mirror? When it’s made by Aquadom. The Pacifica, with its copper-free construction and cool lighting strip will suit your minimalist design bathroom. Their heated and lighted mirrors have a dream-like quality to them that will help complete the modern look of your bathroom.


1. Floor To Ceiling Curtains

Hang Curtains near the top of the ceiling, not right above the windows. If you put your curtains about 1 to 3 inches from the top of the ceiling and let them go all the way down to the floor then it will make your space seem much larger.

2. Open space

Remove unnecessary clutter and adopt an open floor plan wherever possible. The presence of space in a room can dramatically change how people feel when entering.

3. Point couches toward each other

Having couches pointed toward each other instead of pointed towards a television does a wonderful job at promoting conversation. Unless of course you’re having a gathering specifically for a movie or sporting event.

4. Cover up televisions when not in use.

Find a piece of fabric that matches to color scheme of your room and place it over the television when you’re not using it. Even when a tv is not on it had a tendency to draw attention. Furthermore, the colors of the tv doesn’t usually compliment to colors of interiors. By choosing the right fabric you can kill two birds with one stone.

5. House plants

Plants are a great way to bring elements of nature into your home. If you want your interior design to seem peaceful, some strategically placed plants can do wonders. Arrange a couple of large plants next to furniture or in corners.

6. Art

Hanging art on your walls doesn’t have to be expensive and can really make your interior pop. Two important things to focus on when hanging art are size and color. Measure your space and measure your art to make sure that there is enough open space around each piece to let it shine and to not feel cluttered. Furthermore, make sure the color of the art compliments the colors of the room.

7. Mirrors

Mirrors can be used to make a small space feel larger. Secondly, mirrors placed directly across from windows can help bring in more natural light. This is particularly helpful in a room that doesn’t have many windows.  Decorative mirrors can also be used in lieu of art to fill empty wall space. Large or small, mirrors add light and dimension to your living space.

8. Rugs on wood floors

Rugs are a great way to life to wood floors. When employing rugs size is an important factor, a rug should be big enough so that every piece of furniture has at least two feet on it. If you use a rug that is too small, it can make your space feel uncomfortable. On the other hand, if its too large the space can feel claustrophobic. So take these things into consideration.

9. The Golden Ratio

In mathematics, two quantities are in the golden ratio if their ratio is the same as the ratio of their sum to the larger of the two quantities. Interior designers often use it to ensure that the placement of objects in a room are balanced. One way to use it is to divide a space into approximately two-thirds for one section and one third for the remainder. For instance, if two thirds of the space on a floor is occupied then you should fill up one third of the space on the wall.

10. Use colors properly

The color wheel is an interior design essential. It can help you to plan your color pairings or guide you out of a design rut when you’re struggling for inspiration. Use it to help you come up with complementary schemes. This means using colors from opposite sides of the wheel.


For a number of years Europe has been setting the standard for contemporary cabinet design.  European design maximizes clean lines and functionality. Full overlay doors are attached directly to a sturdy, thick cabinet box, eliminating the need for frames, including awkward center stiles. The advantage is that cabinet and door lines are flush and drawers can be larger because of the lack of frames so you are maximizing space. Euro-style cabinets are simple, elegant, and provide exceptional usable storage space. One of the things we do here at Studio Haus is make kitchen cabinets here in America that use a lot of the trends that are popular in Europe.

We don’t do this simply because it’s popular. This design is the best option to build cabinets that achieve an open feel. They result in a bold, clean, and streamlined aesthetic. If you want your kitchen to seem modern, contemporary, and/or trendy then you’ll likely want a kitchen that is inspired by whats currently happening across the Atlantic.

Another advantageous aspect of the current European style is high functionality. They never compromise functionality for design and spend a lot of thought figuring out ways to make a kitchen more comfortable and easier to use. They have developed new technologies that consume less space. Some of these new developments are  pull-out plate racks, specialized drawers, organized pantry units, integrated appliances, and Aventos lift systems by blum.  Furthermore, their frameless construction allows them provide more storage space than that of traditional cabinets.

Why Choose Studio Haus?

Collaboration

Collaborating on a journey of space alchemy is what we love to do. Our passion is transforming neglected areas into architectural enhancements that uplift and excite the senses.

Steadfast and Contemporary

We innovate products that integrate well into contemporary settings. Our advantage is creating the experience one gets from world renowned European kitchens, without the premium of international shipping costs and 4 month lead times.

Precise

All components of our cabinets are produced with state of the art machinery to ensure the highest quality and precision possible.

If you are looking for modern, contemporary kitchen cabinets that are inspired by European trends then call 1-888-528-2921 or fill out the form below.

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Matte kitchen cabinets have become a staple in contemporary design. Why is it that they have become so popular?

It comes down to look and feel.

A surface with a matte finish absorbs light, as opposed to reflecting light; which is what high gloss finishes do. Light absorption results in a more muted look. Since they don’t reflect light, they won’t help to make your space feel any larger, if that’s what you are trying to achieve. This was discussed in our previous blog post about the advantages of high gloss finishes.

The real advantages of matte kitchen cabinets are the look and feel. Most people find them quite ascetically pleasing and they’re very soft to the touch. When choosing this type of cabinet door you’re not necessarily making the decision because it has a lot of practical advantages. You’re doing it because they’re beautiful, and you consider your kitchen to be a work of art. If you have a large, open space to work with where you don’t need to create an illusion of more space then matte cabinets can be breathtaking. Moreover, the experience of opening and closing them is considered by many to more pleasant.

Why choose matte kitchen cabinets from Studio Haus?

Our matte cabinets are a high-tech product that has our seal of quality and exclusivity, the development has invested more than a year of research and development. We carry a revolutionary new finish, with a pleasantly soft texture, supermatte finish, and high resistance.

This new surface is characterized by increased resistance to scratching, abrasion, wet and dry heat, and superb performance and resistance to common cleaning products, compared with similar products on the market.

You can browse our selection by clicking on these two links: Textured | Flat

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Whether you’re building a new kitchen or remodeling an old one, you’re probably aware of how big of a factor the cabinet finish is. All the main styles of cabinet finish (matte, textured, veneer, & high gloss) have their advantages. So it’s not necessarily about which one is better, it’s about which one works best with your specific circumstances.

What does a high gloss finish add to a kitchen?

    1. Light reflects off the surface of the cabinet doors and gives the illusion that a space is bigger than it is. So if you’re working with a limited amount of square footage then it might be wise to choose a glossy finish.
    2. Keeping high gloss doors clean is significantly easier than most other finishes. Specifically matte and textured. Stains or marks wipe off easily with a damp, soft cloth. If you have young children then it may be wise to choose high gloss cabinet doors.
    3. High gloss cabinets come in a wider variety of styles than most other finishes. So if you’re not doing a full kitchen remodel, and just replacing the cabinets and a few other elements; it’s probably easier to find glossy finish to match what is already there. You can view some our high gloss options here. That might give you an example of the large variety of options that are possible.

Why Choose High Gloss Cabinets From Studio Haus?

Studio Haus uses a technologically advanced product that undergoes a unique industrial process which results in the outer panel having a high gloss finish, and leaves the other face coated with a decorative paper in the same design.

This product has excellent physical-mechanical response compared to other alternative products, highlighting its scratch-resistant, surface quality, high brightness as well as light stability towards colors. These characteristics make it well suited for vertical applications in kitchen, bathroom, office and home furniture.

This manufacturing process allows not only solid colors but also a wide range of designs, such as wood, marble, stone, and many others. A quality that makes it a highly versatile and decorative product.


Working with an appliance specialist is the most recommended advice we can give. In fact, you’ll need to sign a waiver if you don’t! Here’s why.

There is likely not to be a more technical part of your home than the kitchen. The technology and planning for it is going to make this one room the most technical aspect of the project.

Electrical / Plumbing:

Pay close attention to where outlets need to be. Often times it’s recommended that outlets be adjacent to their respective appliance in order to allow the appliance to be perfectly flush with the cabinets. Sometimes the only way to get the appliances completely flush is to have the outlets be recessed into the wall. There can be different voltage or plug types too. Some items have ventilation requirements too. You might also need to consult with your electrician if your current electrical panel can support the new load requirements of the kitchen. You might need to add circuits, or even upgrade the panel, which can be costly.

Continuity:

A kitchen that has consistency in aesthetics and function speaks volumes. If it looks like each piece was donated from a different uncle, then it’s going be a lot more difficult to sell when the time comes.

The Fridge & Freezers:

Today’s domestic made “built in” appliances usually have an option for “Standard Installation” or “Flush Inset.” The difference is significant and will affect the aesthetics and the built out of the cabinetry. Ensure you are informed by your specialist.

Most European brands are Flush Inset. This means that the panel of the appliance is flush with the panel of the cabinets, and that you can’t even tell the difference between the two. Furthermore, don’t forget the handle detail. Some new models are now touch open and require no handle.

Provide the specifications on openings and panels as well. Consider door swing clearances, especially near walls and inside corners.

Dishwashers & Under Counter Appliances:

Dishwashers and other under counter appliances may also come panel ready, meaning a wooden door may take the place of a stainless panel and hide them away. Some items require handles, where others can be integrated with a channel.

This will usually require the ADA compliant model to allow the channel to cross above it without making the base cabinets too tall. Some new models have touch open options to avoid the need of handles should that be part of the aesthetic of the cabinets. Make sure to provide the specifications on openings and panels too.

Ovens & Tall Cabinet Appliances:

At times, you might stack a speed oven on top of a regular oven, both of which may be above a warming drawer. Stacking all these may become troublesome. Make sure you understand how these dimensions work with each other, you might need trim kits. If there are items side by side, such as a coffee machine by a microwave, inquire to their heights. They might not line up in some models.

Cooktops:

Make sure they fit in the base cabinet. A standard base cabinet interior opening is typically 1.5” less wide then its outer dimension. This means the cooktop housing will need to fit. Also, if you require a downdraft, double check to see that it will all fit.

Ventilation:

Don’t bang your head. Make sure you are aware of the relationship with the front of the cabinets and the front of the ventilation hood. If it is too low and/or sticks out too far then peeking into that rear pot might not be pleasant. If you are doing a full slab backsplash, make sure you account for the thickness of that slab before installing your hood and vent. It could get locked in and cause trouble for future service repairs.

We recommend installing the backsplash before the hood, this being able to adjust to the distance of the back wall. Also, make sure you have the right duct diameter as it might be too small for requirements and may end up extra noisy. If you’re given the option to have 30-36” clearance from the cooking surface, we vote 36”. The bigger backsplash, the better.

Island Power:

Too often we see beautiful slab waterfalls only to be pimpled by a large electrical outlet. Yes, you need power to your island per code. It’s nice to have a laptop near by when being casual. But today we have solutions to prevent this archaic approach to island power.

Plug strips, pop up power towers along with interior drawer power outlets are a few ways to correctly engineer these requirements. Or just slap an outlet right smack on the focal point.

Appliances Purchase Consideration:

Prior to cabinets going into production, we must be assured you understand the appliances you have purchased and what the final outcome of your kitchen is going to look like.

Expectations can be more accurate with informed experiences rather than assuming things will work themselves out. We never assume somebody else took care of it. This is why we urge that you request more than a receipt after your purchase.  Get all of the specifications for your appliances.

Check to see if  the options available for your appliance model aren’t ambiguous, and that you’re provided the exact specs for the way you want it. Ask for the panel specs too. The largest mistake occurs on refrigerators that have options on how they are installed. It’s affects everything. If you’re going for a high end flush install, then getting the correct trim kits and specs is paramount.