By Quartilla Jayden. Cabinet Material. Published at Saturday, January 12th, 2019 - 09:36:01 AM.
The Tuscan kitchen style originated in the countryside of Italy. This type of kitchen design puts emphasis on culinary traditions, projecting warmth, welcome and a cozy homelike vibe. This type of kitchen explores the joys of cooking and eating. In general, tuscan kitchen cabinets evoke a Mediterranean feel. The primary material used for Tuscan Kitchen cabinets are high quality hardwoods like maple and cherry. To project a sense of warmth, deep, rich brown stains are used as its finishing material. Metals like bronze, copper, brass and iron are also typically used as a complement to the rich natural wood. Backsplashes are often accentuated with handpainted Italian tiles which have warm accents such as shades of browns and mustard. Deep greens and dark reds are also commonly used to add a splash of color that brightens up the space. These vivid accents are also sometimes used as a cabinet color to evoke more life and warmth in a Tuscan Kitchen design.
The environment significantly affects the mood so it is recommended to always stay surrounded by good things and of course – good decoration! Two-tone kitchen cabinets are an atmospheric choice.
Match the colors of other things with the color of the island, such as the backs of the glass-fronted cabinets.As soon as you enter the kitchen after this improvement, you will notice the huge difference that will even affect your mood and keep you positive!
Second, instead of featuring embellishments, craftsman style kitchen cabinets showcase quality joinery. Some joinery which are featured in this type of cabinets are dovetail joints, mortise and tenon joints, miter joints and butt joints. Dowels can also be used instead of nails. Lastly, craftsman style kitchen cabinets make use of solid wood in rich colors. The main material that is predominantly used for this type of kitchen cabinets is solid wood. Instead of using artificial materials, a true craftsman style kitchen makes use of heavy woods such as oak, cherry, maple, pine and hickory. Quarter sawn oak is a traditional favorite among the five wood species. Quarter sawn The wood is also usually finished in a deep colored stain in order to enhance its rich undertones and fine graining patterns. It can also be left unpainted and true to their natural state, allowing the inherent graining pattern and distinct aesthetics to stand out in the space.
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