By Gyorgyike Baas. Cabinet Styles. Published at Wednesday, January 23rd, 2019 - 00:08:55 AM.
After all, why would you put their heavy casserole dish or the pot you never use on the shelf? If nothing else, placing heavy items of hung shelves is risky and unsafe, alongside the fact that it is not practical.
Those who prefer a more calm and elegant look, adding a darker shade of green with a gray undertone will definitely serve you that modern yet subdued elegance. This kitchen shoes how the dark green kitchen cabinets was able to produce a Revival-esque elegance with a modern silhouette.Renaissance style kitchens tend to be very heavy on textures, masonry and detailed carvings and panelings, resulting in a fairly bulky or heavy appearance. For this renaissance Tuscan style kitchen, the kitchen cabinets were painted in a darker shade of green, with a warm undertone to match the natural stone finishes. The green finish on the cabinets helps mellow down the rough and heavy look of the other surface finishes, and adds a more cheerful vibe to the space.
However, this is less of an issue for stainless steel kitchen cabinets than for stainless steel countertops. After all, more sharp objects and heavy items are used near countertops than cabinets.
In case you really have no other place to put your heavy items, keep them on the lowest shelves. Lighting can add a completely different and emotional dimension to the way you display belongings in the kitchen, especially if you opt for a creative solution, such as installing clip-on plug-in shelf lighting, or a couple of scented candles in case that’s not possible.
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