Published at Saturday, March 09th, 2019 - 03:35:08 AM. Cabinet Styles. By Vonda Finn.
If replacing you current kitchen cabinets would require too much work or cost, you van also consider applying beadboard cabinets on the kitchen island. That way it will serve as an accent piece for added detail in the kitchen. Placed in an open plan space, the kitchen island not only serves as an additional worktop and small dining space, but also as a “divider” between spaces. The use of beadboards on the counter face gives the kitchen island an added texture and pattern, emphasizing the separation of the areas without having to use partitions. The cool white palette used on the kitchen cabinets and counter help make this kitchen more flexible & easier to match with more modern furniture pieces.
Subtlety is definitely not the goal for the beadboard application on this kitchen design. For one, the kitchen island has a natural Mahogany finish with wood top and wood legs, and only a little space for beadboard cabinets which was mostly placed to hide the plumbing of the sink. The open design of the kitchen island makes it feel less bulky while its wooden finish stands out among the white kitchen cabinets on the walls.
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