Published at Tuesday, January 15th, 2019 - 07:00:51 AM. Cabinet Styles. By Jung Visser.
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.
If you want a soft shade of green that has a little bit more warmth, but has a more neutral tone similar to sage green, consider using olive green on your kitchen cabinets. It has the just the right amount of coolness from the green, but has a bit more beige/yellow undertone, resulting in a soft yet warm ambiance. You don’t have to repaint all of your kitchen cabinets, you can just paint one section of kitchen cabinets with green to freshen up your kitchen look. In this example, this Neoclassic style kitchen repainted its walnut kitchen cabinets with green and white to lessen make the space look brighter and to tone down the rich patterns of the wood grains.
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