Published at Saturday, March 09th 2019. by Ellouise Davison in Kitchen Cabinets.
The kitchen of this 1840's townhouse in Low Manhattan has custom cabinetry painted in Benjamin Moore’s Kendall Charcoal. The counter is Inca Gray basalt, and the sink fittings are by Perrin & Rowe. In this Tribeca loft, the separate open kitchen with its rich wood custom cabinetry was designed to support a large family, complete with a custom banquet by Nancy Nienberg + Joel Dean.
A coastal kitchen gets some vintage charm from plank cabinetry with painted hinges and black latches. The scrubbed oak floors add a light and airy feel. Vibrant blue cabinets complement a turquoise backsplash. Go bold or go home.
Here's definitive proof that green can work in a kitchen. And we're not talking the sage trend of the late '90s. It's unexpected, sure, but once you try it, you'll want to spend every minute in this room. It's also a great complement to stainless steel in a kitchen.
Skip knobs and hinges altogether. Drawers with cut-out handholds keep it simple while warm wood prevents it from feeling sparse. Shake things up by opting for two different materials. This kitchen used fir for the cabinets and installed stainless-steel drawers to match the metallic appliance fronts.
Add a reflective finish to make ebony cabinets stand out even more. This look is great for a kitchen that gets a lot of natural light. Lacking space? Fake it 'til you make it with antiqued mirrored glass on cabinet doors. It'll enlarge a small kitchen.
In the kitchen of this renovated spec home, natural light complements the custom cerused oak kitchen cabinetry with custom brass detailing. Circular pendant lights from Lambert & Fils provide contrast and bring out streaks of black in the marble countertops and backsplash from Marble America in New Rochelle, New York. The stools were sourced from CB2, and the appliances, Wolf.
Get the best of both worlds with clouded glass — the semi-transparent finish feels light, but still offers concealed storage. No one needs to see what's behind those doors. Grays can soften the contrast between black and white. It's also a complement to stainless steel in a kitchen.
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