By Hyun Meijer. Cabinet Styles. Published at Tuesday, January 08th, 2019 - 01:30:33 AM.
Paint can be distressed to give your space a more rustic and traditional feel. Distressing is commonly used for kitchen remodeling as a way to repurpose old cabinets without having to do a full costly replacement. The neutral undertones of the sage green paint used on these kitchen cabinets definitely help add a cool, fresh feel to this small kitchen. The use of a cool color helped counter the warmness of the other material colors, and create a beautiful balance that looks fresh and is easy on the eyes.
Natural solid wood is the primary material for Mission style kitchen cabinets. Oak or American white oak being the most popular species used. Cherry is another durable option and looks exquisite in Mission style design because their rich natural color is showcased more. This type of kitchen cabinet styles are also often left in their natural, unfinished state. They are never treated with an opaque paint, but can be stained to enhance the richness of its undertones. Warm colors and deep hues are popular wood stain colors for the Mission style kitchen cabinet.
This traditional luxe kitchen features cream-colored raised panel cabinets, drawers and architraves matched with polished brass hardware and cornices. The countertops feature a heavy Augusta White marble stone finish and the kitchen island is topped with a large copper and crystal chandelier. The backsplash features a selection of stone-finished subway tiles while the flooring is in a honed stone tile laid diagonally. Accents in Moroccan blue are apparent in the small area rugs within the U-shaped kitchen and are repeated in the curtains by the living area.
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.
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