By Jung Visser. Cabinet Styles. Published at Thursday, January 10th, 2019 - 07:42:27 AM.
They will bring color and interest to your shelves, being at the same time at your fingertips to help you prepare a tasty dish.
This beautiful cream-toned kitchen is well-accented with dark wood and wrought iron. With all the cupboards in cream tones and raised panels, the cornices and floor planks are in a richer dark wood, as are the bases of the double kitchen island.Topped with rich brown granite, one island serves as the breakfast nook and is topped with an antique style tri-lamp pendant, while the other has a stainless steel wash basin. To the side, the small window dining nook is given a quaint charm by the knotted area carpet and white mullioned windows bringing in a lot of light.
Best of all, cream is a great color that catches the sun, especially when placed by a large window or door. It immediately brightens up the home, even when dark colors or finishes are placed next to it. It’s also a great option for starter homes and kitchens that are still a “work in progress”, because its neutrality welcomes newer designs or bolder colors, instead of alienating them and not allowing the kitchen more room to grow in terms of accessorizing.
The retro kitchen style is a mix of decades of old styles and it is influenced by the trends in the past. In essence, retro style kitchens are like “throwbacks” which generally evoke a nostalgic feel. It sometimes reminds us of a “diner like” ambiance. Retro kitchen cabinets are the perfect marriage of classic flair and contemporary vibe. It also puts emphasis on a sturdy build and functionality. The most popular design for retro kitchen cabinets are mid century modern. This kitchen cabinet style is characterized by a sleek appearance, streamline design, angular lines and geometric forms. The design is more seamless, plain and simple. And just like the modern style, it does not make use of ornamentation such as decorative details, mouldings, cornices or carvings. Materials may either be solid wood, laminate or veneers. Colors and finishes for mid century retro kitchen cabinets include light to medium stained woods.
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