By Hyun Meijer. Cabinet Styles. Published at Saturday, January 05th, 2019 - 22:42:03 PM.
Kitchens are one of the smallest, but most challenging rooms to decorate. It is mostly because kitchens require us to balance between practical and beautiful, since we spend a lot of time there and we use them for some of our most important daily activities. So how can you bring style and function together?
Instead of using synthetic materials, transitional kitchen cabinets make use of wood in painted finish. Neutral colors such as white, beige, brown and soft pastel shades are popular cabinet colors. Two tone kitchen cabinets paired with a primary color and white as an accent can be a great way to incorporate visual interest and balance. Transitional style kitchen cabinets are typically complemented with minimal accents, a classic backsplash in a uniform pattern and natural stone countertops. This type of cabinet material is also incorporated in a monochromatic palette.
The safest way is definitely open shelving in a kitchen, which allows you to display your beautiful items, rather than placing them inside cupboards where no one can see them.
Stainless steel is a highly hygienic surface for cooking. It’s easy to clean thoroughly. Because stainless steel has no pores, like wood, it’s resistant to bacteria and dirt. Removing spills and splotches is as easy as wiping it away with a cleaning rag and (if necessary) some kitchen cleaner.
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