By Izolda Smit. Cabinet Styles. Published at Monday, January 21st, 2019 - 07:07:20 AM.
They will bring color and interest to your shelves, being at the same time at your fingertips to help you prepare a tasty dish.
Stainless steel kitchen cabinets can be a great investment. They’re a highly versatile set of hardware, both in use and in style, but take into consideration their drawbacks before you pay for them.
Normal kitchen use generates a lot of steam. Water, beverages, and sauce splash everywhere. With wooden cabinets, this will eventually result in damage like peeling paint. Wooden kitchen cabinets in a well-used kitchen can easily become eyesores. In humid climates, this becomes an issue even sooner.
This l-shaped white kitchen with dark floors uses a very light finish on the kitchen cabinets, carcass & counters to make the kitchen appear lighter, allowing you to combine it with more modern pieces of furniture and accessories. If clean/plain white finishes is not your cup of tea, you can also use a more rustic white color to give it a more aged appeal. In this example, the beadboard cabinets were given a grayish undertone to match the wooden panels used on the ceiling of the kitchen.
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