Published at Thursday, March 07th, 2019 - 00:46:22 AM. Cabinet Styles. By Izolda Smit.
Natural materials such as wood are the primary material for French style kitchen cabinets. To create a rustic character, these woods are often left in their natural, unfinished state, showcasing their distinct graining patterns. In some cases, the distressed, antique or weathered finish is also employed to create a more timeown, old word vibe. Rich, warm tones and deep colors are also more popularly used compared to light colors. If the cabinets are painted, they are typically finished in earth tones and cream or beige. Complementing color schemes for French country kitchen cabinets include warm tones like shades of brown, deep reds and mustard.
This l-shaped white kitchen with dark floors uses a very light finish on the kitchen cabinets, carcass & counters to make the kitchen appear lighter, allowing you to combine it with more modern pieces of furniture and accessories. If clean/plain white finishes is not your cup of tea, you can also use a more rustic white color to give it a more aged appeal. In this example, the beadboard cabinets were given a grayish undertone to match the wooden panels used on the ceiling of the kitchen.
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