By Zaida Levi. Cabinet Styles. Published at Sunday, January 13th, 2019 - 08:39:23 AM.
Kitchens are one of the spaces which are designed with longevity in mind. This is why kitchens are often finished in very safe and basic colors and durable materials. Usual colors found in the kitchen would be white, beige, grays and various natural shades of wood. Very few are actually bold enough to go defy the safety colors, but the few who does would be pleasantly surprised to find that there are colors you can use that would remain subtle and timeless in appeal, yet give your kitchen a more unique personality.
Vintage kitchen appliances already have busy detailing and attention-grabbing colors, so the beadboard kitchen cabinets were kept subtle and low-key, by using a plain white paint finish. Sometimes, even subtle contrasts is enough to create a kitchen design which has more depth and texture. Because the walls of the space/interiors already uses a white finish, the beadboard kitchen cabinets uses a different white undertone to give it a little more contrast against the flat white walls.
This beautiful cream-toned kitchen is well-accented with dark wood and wrought iron. With all the cupboards in cream tones and raised panels, the cornices and floor planks are in a richer dark wood, as are the bases of the double kitchen island.Topped with rich brown granite, one island serves as the breakfast nook and is topped with an antique style tri-lamp pendant, while the other has a stainless steel wash basin. To the side, the small window dining nook is given a quaint charm by the knotted area carpet and white mullioned windows bringing in a lot of light.
This kitchen features raised panel cabinets and mullioned glass cabinets in a nice off-white color, abruptly accented by the black granite stone countertop for the kitchen island. The walls running all around this U-shaped kitchen also features a cream and white patterned wallpaper, and the rough-grained wood planks used for the flooring tie together the whole space. The ceiling also features exposed beams with refined white cornices.
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