Published at Thursday, January 10th, 2019 - 07:30:35 AM. Cabinet Styles. By Jung Visser.
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.
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.
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