By Zaida Levi. Cabinet Styles. Published at Sunday, January 13th, 2019 - 08:39:23 AM.
A beautiful open layout living room that flows in to the kitchen with cream cabinets looks inviting and elegant. With an oversized kitchen island topped with a marble slab counter and breakfast bar seating this space provides plenty of room for socializing and entertaining. Finishes such as the exposed wood beams, custom range hood, ornate wall sconce lighting, and glass door cabinetry give this room a luxurious appeal.
If replacing you current kitchen cabinets would require too much work or cost, you van also consider applying beadboard cabinets on the kitchen island. That way it will serve as an accent piece for added detail in the kitchen. Placed in an open plan space, the kitchen island not only serves as an additional worktop and small dining space, but also as a “divider” between spaces. The use of beadboards on the counter face gives the kitchen island an added texture and pattern, emphasizing the separation of the areas without having to use partitions. The cool white palette used on the kitchen cabinets and counter help make this kitchen more flexible & easier to match with more modern furniture pieces.
How could you possibly have a clear picture of your shelves with thousands of things displayed on them? Take decoration down, look at them, and decide: your empty-shelf project is more than likely to be successful because it will allow you to work one shelf per time, and make each and every one of them fit in the overall picture.
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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