By Izolda Smit. Cabinet Styles. Published at Monday, January 21st, 2019 - 07:07:20 AM.
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.
Once they’re there, it will be difficult to resist the temptation of cramming them full with no that space-enhancing details, but as challenged as we are to do it, we should still keep things simple and edit them with extreme care and vigilance.
Post war style or the 1950’s American style is also another inspiration for retro inspired kitchens. This style generally evokes a futuristic, space age vibe. Translated into cabinet designs, this features prominent curves and sharp angles. Finishes for post war retro kitchen cabinets are more bold in color. Bright reds, blues and greens in high gloss finish are also prevalently used. This kitchen cabinet style is also typically accentuated with shiny, over sized chrome handles.
For instance, displaying collections of colorful cups will look amazing with a couple of monochromatic elements, where the role of the cups would be to add interest and variation.
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