By Quartilla Jayden. Cabinet Styles. Published at Friday, January 25th, 2019 - 03:26:43 AM.
Using olive green on your kitchen cabinets also helps complement warm brown/sienna-toned furniture pieces used on your space. This color has enough yellow/beige undertones so there’s no bold contrasts happening between the green and the warmer brown colors.This traditional kitchen design showcases a painted green island with white shaker style main cabinets and a black soapstone countertop. A beautiful hardwood floor with inlay as well as solid wood door and wood molding around the windows gives this space a craftsman appeal.
This simple yet elegant design features recessed panel cream kitchen cabinets, cornices, plate rails, and a large double door refrigerator with crisper done in the same style. The light tones of the cabinets are offset by the warm beige backsplash tiles and dark wooden panels and scroll-shaped brackets used for the kitchen island base. The countertops are in a Calacatta gold marble, an accent to the plainer off-white tiles used for the flooring.
Mixing items is often perceived in the wrong way, as people believe they should look similar to each other in order to look well when put together.
This traditional-style kitchen, with its raised panel cream-colored cabinetry and glass-mullioned shelves is bathed in a warm, golden light thanks to the warm white under cabinet lighting installed. Besides the beautiful glow it causes, under cabinet lighting is effective in lighting up task-heavy spaces on the black granite countertops. The small brown porcelain tiles for the backsplash are also used for the floor, and the large center kitchen island with hanging range hood provides a lot of space for cooking, food preparation, and even socialization.
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