Semi-stock stock cabinets are standard and mass-produced, with a little room for some customization. Custom means the designer draws up plans and sends it to a workroom for a craftsperson to build. As for style, there’s everything from classic shaker to rustic and glass front.
Countertops come in all materials, from tile to cement, laminate, solid surfacing, and more. Bathroom cabinets, often called vanities, are available in shaker, louvered, cantilever, and thermofoil. There's an assortment of sink styles, including pedestal, under-mount, and vessel.
The backsplash may not be the star, but it’s an important design tool, especially when it’s coordinated with countertops and flooring. Although backsplashes can be created out of many materials, including laminate, concrete, and even plaster, tile is still the most popular. If possible, run the backsplash from floor-to-ceiling and wrap it around open shelving and other items to create a focal point.