By Xanthe Bram. Cabinet Styles. Published at Monday, January 21st, 2019 - 20:35:30 PM.
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.
To stay true to Mission style aesthetics, these type of cabinets are complemented with decors such as stained glass lighting fixtures. Mission style kitchen cabinets are also incorporated with built in storage benches or breakfast nooks. Transitional kitchen feature a fusion of traditional and contemporary design styles to create a well balanced look for your home. It combines the simplicity of contemporary design and the warmth of traditional design. By incorporating details from the past with contemporary decor, a more fresh and updated setting is created.
One of the most common applications for beadboards is on kitchen cabinets. Country and Cottage-style homes are regaining popularity recently, so beadboard cabinets are also making a comeback. The subtle addition of pattern and texture can instantly transform the look of any space, giving it an old-world rustic vibe. For more kitchen cabinets styles visit our gallery page.
Those who prefer a more calm and elegant look, adding a darker shade of green with a gray undertone will definitely serve you that modern yet subdued elegance. This kitchen shoes how the dark green kitchen cabinets was able to produce a Revival-esque elegance with a modern silhouette.Renaissance style kitchens tend to be very heavy on textures, masonry and detailed carvings and panelings, resulting in a fairly bulky or heavy appearance. For this renaissance Tuscan style kitchen, the kitchen cabinets were painted in a darker shade of green, with a warm undertone to match the natural stone finishes. The green finish on the cabinets helps mellow down the rough and heavy look of the other surface finishes, and adds a more cheerful vibe to the space.
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