By Hyun Meijer. Cabinet Styles. Published at Tuesday, January 29th, 2019 - 00:13:25 AM.
Using olive green on your kitchen cabinets also helps complement warm brown/sienna-toned furniture pieces used on your space. This color has enough yellow/beige undertones so there’s no bold contrasts happening between the green and the warmer brown colors.This traditional kitchen design showcases a painted green island with white shaker style main cabinets and a black soapstone countertop. A beautiful hardwood floor with inlay as well as solid wood door and wood molding around the windows gives this space a craftsman appeal.
For instance, hanging shelves over the preparation area or the sink is more of a practical solution, while the ones hung in the dining area are meant to serve display purposes.
Before you do whatever, think of the elements you’ve already implemented in your kitchen: is the cabinetry is bold, keep the shelves simple, and decorate with few monochromatic elements that won’t look or feel overwhelming.
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.
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