By Quartilla Jayden. Cabinet Styles. Published at Friday, January 25th, 2019 - 03:26:43 AM.
One of the most common applications for beadboards is on kitchen cabinets. Country and Cottage-style homes are regaining popularity recently, so beadboard cabinets are also making a comeback. The subtle addition of pattern and texture can instantly transform the look of any space, giving it an old-world rustic vibe. For more kitchen cabinets styles visit our gallery page.
White beadboard cabinets are the easiest to use and style, because the white finish enables it to be more versatile – easily matching with both contemporary and classic interiors. Additionally, the white finish helps make it look lighter/less heavy, making it easier to apply on small kitchen spaces. A transitional/contemporary kitchen with an all-white color scheme makes use of white beadboard cabinets to add texture and help keep the design from being bland and too modern. Combined with the white carrara marble countertop and backsplash tiles, the result is a fresh-looking take on classic country style kitchens.
Sage green is like, cool and has a soft youthful vibe, making it a popular choice for those who want green on their kitchens. Sage green is light, so it’s very easy on the eyes and easy to match with other existing materials and finishes as well. It also has a very refreshing appeal, making any space look more youthful and fun.Sage green adds another interesting layer of element to any rustic-style space. Because rustic interiors use a lot of natural wood, warm tones and natural textures, the softness and neutrality of sage green only helps accentuate the natural finishes used in this open concept kitchen and dining space.
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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