By Nyx Van de Berg. Cabinet Styles. Published at Thursday, January 24th, 2019 - 00:45:29 AM.
Think of the items you use the most, and organize them in a structured way, placing them closer to the reach of your fingertips.
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.
It can be a tricky task from the aesthetic point of view, but there are few tips that can make open kitchen cabinets easier to handle:
If replacing you current kitchen cabinets would require too much work or cost, you van also consider applying beadboard cabinets on the kitchen island. That way it will serve as an accent piece for added detail in the kitchen. Placed in an open plan space, the kitchen island not only serves as an additional worktop and small dining space, but also as a “divider” between spaces. The use of beadboards on the counter face gives the kitchen island an added texture and pattern, emphasizing the separation of the areas without having to use partitions. The cool white palette used on the kitchen cabinets and counter help make this kitchen more flexible & easier to match with more modern furniture pieces.
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