By Oprah De Vries. Cabinet Styles. Published at Tuesday, January 29th, 2019 - 02:06:56 AM.
A beautiful open layout living room that flows in to the kitchen with cream cabinets looks inviting and elegant. With an oversized kitchen island topped with a marble slab counter and breakfast bar seating this space provides plenty of room for socializing and entertaining. Finishes such as the exposed wood beams, custom range hood, ornate wall sconce lighting, and glass door cabinetry give this room a luxurious appeal.
Wooden French country kitchen cabinets are also complemented with other rich finishes and materials. Cabinet hardware is typically made up or metals like iron, brass and bronze in an antique finish.The Mission style originated in the United States during the 20th century. This style started with furniture design but was later on adapted into kitchen cabinetry design. The Mission style is also the primary inspiration for the Arts and Crafts Movement style or the Craftsman kitchen style, but it particularly combines influences which are Spanish in origin.
When applied with care, open shelving can be a real blessing in disguise, and help small and cramped kitchens look larger compared to their actual square footage.
This l-shaped white kitchen with dark floors uses a very light finish on the kitchen cabinets, carcass & counters to make the kitchen appear lighter, allowing you to combine it with more modern pieces of furniture and accessories. If clean/plain white finishes is not your cup of tea, you can also use a more rustic white color to give it a more aged appeal. In this example, the beadboard cabinets were given a grayish undertone to match the wooden panels used on the ceiling of the kitchen.
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