By Kyung Janssen. Cabinet Styles. Published at Tuesday, January 29th, 2019 - 02:46:01 AM.
There is nothing cool labels can’t decorate, so consider the tomato cans, beautiful tea tins and jam jars you’ve imported from other countries.
Post war style or the 1950’s American style is also another inspiration for retro inspired kitchens. This style generally evokes a futuristic, space age vibe. Translated into cabinet designs, this features prominent curves and sharp angles. Finishes for post war retro kitchen cabinets are more bold in color. Bright reds, blues and greens in high gloss finish are also prevalently used. This kitchen cabinet style is also typically accentuated with shiny, over sized chrome handles.
Mixing items is often perceived in the wrong way, as people believe they should look similar to each other in order to look well when put together.
Similar to the straightforward design of the Craftsman style kitchen cabinets, Mission style kitchen cabinets are characterized by simple, straight lines with little to ornamentation. Paneled doors are also favored over designs with heavy carvings and details. This type of kitchen cabinet style is made by skilled craftsmen, thus ensuring a sturdy build and long lasting design.
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