By Wioleta Daan. Cabinet Styles. Published at Tuesday, January 29th, 2019 - 00:49:48 AM.
This traditional kitchen focuses on more classic, neutral colors, starting with the raised panel cabinets painted in a cream tone. The rest of the walls, subway tiles on the backsplash, and mullioned windows are in frosty white, providing clean, clear lines. The large Carrara marble countertop for the kitchen island also provides a neutral yet natural finish, while the rough-grained dark wood flooring provides more warmth. The lampshade candelabra over the kitchen island and by the window nook give warmth and an antique vibe.
This traditional-style kitchen, with its raised panel cream-colored cabinetry and glass-mullioned shelves is bathed in a warm, golden light thanks to the warm white under cabinet lighting installed. Besides the beautiful glow it causes, under cabinet lighting is effective in lighting up task-heavy spaces on the black granite countertops. The small brown porcelain tiles for the backsplash are also used for the floor, and the large center kitchen island with hanging range hood provides a lot of space for cooking, food preparation, and even socialization.
Natural solid wood is the primary material for Mission style kitchen cabinets. Oak or American white oak being the most popular species used. Cherry is another durable option and looks exquisite in Mission style design because their rich natural color is showcased more. This type of kitchen cabinet styles are also often left in their natural, unfinished state. They are never treated with an opaque paint, but can be stained to enhance the richness of its undertones. Warm colors and deep hues are popular wood stain colors for the Mission style kitchen cabinet.
This traditional luxe kitchen features cream-colored raised panel cabinets, drawers and architraves matched with polished brass hardware and cornices. The countertops feature a heavy Augusta White marble stone finish and the kitchen island is topped with a large copper and crystal chandelier. The backsplash features a selection of stone-finished subway tiles while the flooring is in a honed stone tile laid diagonally. Accents in Moroccan blue are apparent in the small area rugs within the U-shaped kitchen and are repeated in the curtains by the living area.
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