By Jung Visser. Cabinet Styles. Published at Tuesday, January 15th, 2019 - 07:02:39 AM.
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If you’ve ever seen a professional kitchen, you’ll notice that every surface possible is made of stainless steel. Even hospitals use stainless steel cabinets since they are so resistant to bacteria and other unhygienic contaminants.
Natural solid wood is the primary material for Mission style kitchen cabinets. Oak or American white oak being the most popular species used. Cherry is another durable option and looks exquisite in Mission style design because their rich natural color is showcased more. This type of kitchen cabinet styles are also often left in their natural, unfinished state. They are never treated with an opaque paint, but can be stained to enhance the richness of its undertones. Warm colors and deep hues are popular wood stain colors for the Mission style kitchen cabinet.
This traditional kitchen focuses on more classic, neutral colors, starting with the raised panel cabinets painted in a cream tone. The rest of the walls, subway tiles on the backsplash, and mullioned windows are in frosty white, providing clean, clear lines. The large Carrara marble countertop for the kitchen island also provides a neutral yet natural finish, while the rough-grained dark wood flooring provides more warmth. The lampshade candelabra over the kitchen island and by the window nook give warmth and an antique vibe.
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