By Twila Lucas. Cabinet Styles. Published at Friday, January 04th, 2019 - 20:10:19 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.
They will look absolutely perfect on your upper shelves, and free the lower ones for commonly used items. Before everything else, the kitchen needs to be a functional place, so why not adding few neatly placed cookbooks full of creative dinner ideas?
To stay true to Mission style aesthetics, these type of cabinets are complemented with decors such as stained glass lighting fixtures. Mission style kitchen cabinets are also incorporated with built in storage benches or breakfast nooks. Transitional kitchen feature a fusion of traditional and contemporary design styles to create a well balanced look for your home. It combines the simplicity of contemporary design and the warmth of traditional design. By incorporating details from the past with contemporary decor, a more fresh and updated setting is created.
For instance, hanging shelves over the preparation area or the sink is more of a practical solution, while the ones hung in the dining area are meant to serve display purposes.
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