By Zaida Levi. Cabinet Styles. Published at Thursday, January 10th, 2019 - 19:26:24 PM.
Paint can be distressed to give your space a more rustic and traditional feel. Distressing is commonly used for kitchen remodeling as a way to repurpose old cabinets without having to do a full costly replacement. The neutral undertones of the sage green paint used on these kitchen cabinets definitely help add a cool, fresh feel to this small kitchen. The use of a cool color helped counter the warmness of the other material colors, and create a beautiful balance that looks fresh and is easy on the eyes.
Soft and neutral colors are always a perfect choice for any kitchen design scheme. This open concept kitchen features a classic look by incorporating an inset style doors using the simple and clean lines of the Shaker cabinetry. French style glass-front cabinet breaks the monotony of the design and gives balance to the stainless steel appliances which are built-in to the cabinetry.
Seafoam green is also a nice color choice to paint your beadboard kitchen cabinets, as it has a refreshing vibe that is easy to mix and match with more contemporary elements. The green beadboard kitchen island in this room pairs beautifully with the white shaker style cabinets to produce a bright and inviting traditional design. Beadboard cabinets are easily identified by how it looks: vertical slats of wood pieced together on their long side resulting in a bead-like connection. These are made from long wood slats which usually have a tongue and groove joinery. This was originally used for wainscoting on traditional houses, but has also made its way into cabinetry & other aspects of the interiors.
The architectural detail of the ceiling is given the center stage for this design, so the general look and finishes used on the kitchen was kept simple/neutral. Cabinets are plain white beadboard panels, combined with antique-finished island counter base cabinet and white granite counters. This simple combination helps keep the kitchen elegant yet low-key, to help emphasize the solid wood beams on the ceiling.
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