By Hyun Meijer. Cabinet Styles. Published at Tuesday, January 08th, 2019 - 01:30:33 AM.
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.
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.
It’s hard to think of a way to add personal touches to stainless steel cabinets, but here are a few fun ideas! For a wilder, rustic, DIY look, use patterned or colored duct tape to create patterns and art on your stainless steel cabinets. This is a cool option to use if there are unsightly scratches. It will still be easy to clean up and will prevent more wear and tear.
The safest way is definitely open shelving in a kitchen, which allows you to display your beautiful items, rather than placing them inside cupboards where no one can see them.
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