By Nyx Van de Berg. Cabinet Styles. Published at Wednesday, January 09th, 2019 - 07:21:19 AM.
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.
Green, especially shades which are softer like sage green, can give your kitchen a very lively appeal while remaining very versatile and easy to decorate and update. Depending on what shade of green you’re using, green kitchen cabinets can create many different interesting looks in any kitchen design. The cool tone of green gives a refreshing yet calm atmosphere which is great for both big and small kitchens. It instantly gives your kitchen a unique look, and is surprisingly easy to pull-off!
When applied with care, open shelving can be a real blessing in disguise, and help small and cramped kitchens look larger compared to their actual square footage.
This beautiful beach cottage-style kitchen features simple cream-colored raised panel cabinets with petite silver handles and classic white subway tile backsplash. The home’s open plan layout is such that the L-shaped kitchen’s double-level bar faces out into the large picture windows in the living area and overlooks the beautiful ocean views. The ocean view is mirrored in the pale blue used for the walls, which give the kitchen a cozy, cottage feel. Other elements contributing to the style are the white travertine kitchen tiles with matching black tile border around the kitchen island. Standing out from the light-colored kitchen are the grey granite used for the countertops.
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