By Xanthe Bram. Cabinet Styles. Published at Sunday, March 03rd, 2019 - 21:18:48 PM.
Subtlety is definitely not the goal for the beadboard application on this kitchen design. For one, the kitchen island has a natural Mahogany finish with wood top and wood legs, and only a little space for beadboard cabinets which was mostly placed to hide the plumbing of the sink. The open design of the kitchen island makes it feel less bulky while its wooden finish stands out among the white kitchen cabinets on the walls.
The use of black-painted beadboard cabinets on this massive kitchen island gives it a very retro industrial vibe that would go well with any current design style. The dark finish of the cabinets makes the stainless steel appliances and pulls stand out, and also gives it a more sophisticated look. Beadboard cabinet doors and carcass was used for worktop kitchen island of this classic country style kitchen. The vertical grooves adds a subtle texture detail to the surface, making it stand out without taking too much of your attention.
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.
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.
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