Published at Tuesday, January 22nd, 2019 - 07:40:46 AM. Cabinet Styles. By Hyun Meijer.
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.
Cream is an oft underrated color for many homes. Almost synonymous with plain or traditional, what many home designers fail to realize is the elegance and versatility of using cream, especially the kitchen, one of the busiest spaces in the home. Because of its versatility, cream kitchen cabinets can be utilized for any style, from Traditional, Antique, Neo-Classical, Modern and even Futuristic designs. Acting as a great base color, usually for the cabinets, kitchens can be fitted with natural finishes such as wood and iron for a more country, barn or rustic look. It can be matched with pastel colors and light woods for a more cottage-like or traditional style kitchen, and can even be matched with stainless steel fittings or a bright accent color for more Modern and Futuristic designs.
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