By Twila Lucas. Cabinet Styles. Published at Thursday, January 03rd, 2019 - 04:25:09 AM.
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.
The architectural detail of the ceiling is given the center stage for this design, so the general look and finishes used on the kitchen was kept simple/neutral. Cabinets are plain white beadboard panels, combined with antique-finished island counter base cabinet and white granite counters. This simple combination helps keep the kitchen elegant yet low-key, to help emphasize the solid wood beams on the ceiling.
The cabinet hardware used for Mexican style kitchen cabinets have subtle touches of Mexican inspiration. Geometric details and leaf motifs may either be carved or embossed into metal cabinet pull and handles or in some cases hand painted over ceramic cabinet hardware. Mexican style kitchen cabinets are typically complemented with colorful handcrafted tiles with painted surfaces. Mexican inspired motifs with bold and bright colors of blue, greens, yellow and reds. Some other design elements which can be used to match Mexican style kitchen cabinets are white crackled trims, black granite countertops and honey golden accents. Mexican style kitchen cabinets may also be set against a warm colored wall to evoke a bright, cheery ambiance to a room. Terra cotta floors and natural stone flooring are also common options for complementing decor to Mexican style kitchen cabinets.
Hunter green is dark neutral green shade with a slightly mysterious vibe. It is subtle enough to blend in with any existing cabinet colors, but also bring in enough personality to set your kitchen apart from the rest. Hunter green would be perfect to use on accent cabinets on country-style kitchens like the example above. The use of Olive green paint on the kitchen cabinets of this French provincial style kitchen helps break the dull, flat look of all-white kitchens, while maintaining the versatile subtlety of white.
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