By Jung Visser. Cabinet Styles. Published at Sunday, January 13th, 2019 - 07:22:30 AM.
Transitional style kitchen cabinets are leaned towards a more modern look. Characterized by defined lines, a streamlined profile and simple paneled doors. Its design is simple yet allows minimal use of ornamentation like mill work, cornices and corbels. But these design details are kept subdued instead of being highly intricate and elaborate. The more fancy the decor is, the more traditional it becomes, so make sure to choose cabinet details which are neutral and mellow.
A beautiful open layout living room that flows in to the kitchen with cream cabinets looks inviting and elegant. With an oversized kitchen island topped with a marble slab counter and breakfast bar seating this space provides plenty of room for socializing and entertaining. Finishes such as the exposed wood beams, custom range hood, ornate wall sconce lighting, and glass door cabinetry give this room a luxurious appeal.
A popular painting technique used to refurbish antique furnishings would be antique washing, also known as distressing. This technique are usually used on vintage pieces, giving it a more casual, rustic feel, while accentuating the classic features and natural imperfections of the piece. This old English style kitchen has well preserved Oak kitchen cabinets, but since the space is already full of wood finishes (both floor and ceiling has wood), antique washing the kitchen island was a great refurbishing decision as it helps break the heavy monotony of wood on wood.
They will bring color and interest to your shelves, being at the same time at your fingertips to help you prepare a tasty dish.
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