By Zaida Levi. Cabinet Styles. Published at Sunday, January 13th, 2019 - 08:39:23 AM.
Dark granite countertops are really popular for kitchens, both contemporary and classic. They are adored as stains and minor damages are not as visible on its dark surface compared to lighter-colored countertops. In this example, black granite was used on all countertop surfaces. Because the wooden floors were also tinted in ebony, the antique white kitchen with beadboard cabinets helps balance-out the dark colors and gives the kitchen a brighter glow.
The technique will also vertically expand your shelves, especially when lower ones where you’ve displayed more elements than usual.
All cabinets in this kitchen are in sage green, and it definitely goes well with the white subway tiles on the backsplash and the white granite countertops used. The result is a fun, yet clean kitchen design that has both a vintage and youthful appeal. Spaces with lots of stainless steel materials and details would also look good with sage green. The use of green cabinets instantly makes the space look more vibrant, bringing color in the kitchen despite the dullness of the stainless steel appliances.
Hunter green is dark neutral green shade with a slightly mysterious vibe. It is subtle enough to blend in with any existing cabinet colors, but also bring in enough personality to set your kitchen apart from the rest. Hunter green would be perfect to use on accent cabinets on country-style kitchens like the example above. The use of Olive green paint on the kitchen cabinets of this French provincial style kitchen helps break the dull, flat look of all-white kitchens, while maintaining the versatile subtlety of white.
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