By Pushpa De Jong. Cabinet Styles. Published at Monday, January 07th, 2019 - 01:35:49 AM.
For instance, displaying collections of colorful cups will look amazing with a couple of monochromatic elements, where the role of the cups would be to add interest and variation.
If you enjoy the brightness of white kitchen, but wants to try a fresh new look without sacrificing the bright look an all-white kitchen gives, using mint green could be the perfect option. Choose a shade of mint green that is very light – like a green-tinted white color, and be surprised how it is able to give your kitchen a different, fresher appearance in a very subtle way.
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.
Paint can be distressed to give your space a more rustic and traditional feel. Distressing is commonly used for kitchen remodeling as a way to repurpose old cabinets without having to do a full costly replacement. The neutral undertones of the sage green paint used on these kitchen cabinets definitely help add a cool, fresh feel to this small kitchen. The use of a cool color helped counter the warmness of the other material colors, and create a beautiful balance that looks fresh and is easy on the eyes.
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