By Szilvia Luuk. Cabinet Styles. Published at Tuesday, January 22nd, 2019 - 19:58:15 PM.
Mixing items is often perceived in the wrong way, as people believe they should look similar to each other in order to look well when put together.
This classic kitchen in the picture above features beautifully carved wood panel cabinets painted in cream. The large kitchen island even features beautifully engraved Corinthian columns at its corners and is topped by a Crema Marfil stone countertop and a large candle chandelier with rose ceiling detail. The French doors to the side bring in the beautiful winter scenery and the cool tones of the snow are warmed down by the cream-colored stone floor tiles and smaller cut cream stone mosaic tiles for the backsplash.
Sage green is like, cool and has a soft youthful vibe, making it a popular choice for those who want green on their kitchens. Sage green is light, so it’s very easy on the eyes and easy to match with other existing materials and finishes as well. It also has a very refreshing appeal, making any space look more youthful and fun.Sage green adds another interesting layer of element to any rustic-style space. Because rustic interiors use a lot of natural wood, warm tones and natural textures, the softness and neutrality of sage green only helps accentuate the natural finishes used in this open concept kitchen and dining space.
You should also consider just having stainless steel cabinets installed as your lower cabinets. This will add a modern look and will also keep the kitchen from becoming too cold and industrial.
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