By Nyx Van de Berg. Cabinet Styles. Published at Friday, March 01st, 2019 - 06:14:21 AM.
You can usually find beadboard cabinetry on French style homes, country-style homes, as well as beach-inspired interiors. Although beadboard was originally made from vertical wood planks, nowadays you can get faux beadboard panels the size of a whole plyboard with beadboard-like vertical slat pattern. This is perfect for those who are on a tighter budget and shorter timeline, and wants to achieve the rustic appeal it gives.
You should also consider just having stainless steel cabinets installed as your lower cabinets. This will add a modern look and will also keep the kitchen from becoming too cold and industrial.
All you need to do is screw them into the wall. This also makes installation a much faster process. With stainless steel cabinets, you’ll have a functioning kitchen much sooner than you would if you had to go through the painstaking process of installing wooden cabinets.
Seafoam green is also a nice color choice to paint your beadboard kitchen cabinets, as it has a refreshing vibe that is easy to mix and match with more contemporary elements. The green beadboard kitchen island in this room pairs beautifully with the white shaker style cabinets to produce a bright and inviting traditional design. Beadboard cabinets are easily identified by how it looks: vertical slats of wood pieced together on their long side resulting in a bead-like connection. These are made from long wood slats which usually have a tongue and groove joinery. This was originally used for wainscoting on traditional houses, but has also made its way into cabinetry & other aspects of the interiors.
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