Published at Monday, March 18th 2019. by Eero Kemppainen in Kitchen Cabinets.
If your kitchen is open, airy, and full of natural light, add contrast with a bold color for the cabinets. That way, a deep gray or even black won't feel too dark. A classic white kitchen is timeless, but it can be a bit dull. To make it a little more interesting, add hidden details, like these diamond-patterned mesh cabinet inserts.
In the kitchen of a ranch house in upstate New York, a root table found at an upstate New York auction was fitted with a glass top, the Josef Hoffmann chairs are covered in a vintage Larsen fabric, the ceiling incorporates beams from a 19th-century Pennsylvania barn and the lights are by Isamu Noguchi. The cabinetry and countertops are by Bulthaup, the refrigerator is by Sub-Zero, the oven is by Miele, the sink fittings are by Grohe, the flooring is Cuban cement tile and the walls are painted in Benjamin Moore’s Linen White.
Choosing a kitchen cabinet color is hard enough, but choosing two colors to complement each other is downright anxiety-provoking. Do you want to go bold? Keep it neutral? Do something trendy? Or maybe stick to a timeless color scheme? The options are endless, but we've some inspiration to help you narrow it down. Get ready to mix things up.
Distress your cabinets to balance out a bold shade. To achieve this vintage blue, a blackened umber glaze was applied to the cabinets, then painted over with a turquoise glaze. Buffing, stippling, and scraping complete the timeworn look.
To add to an already elegant space, add glass doors to kitchen cabinets. If you're afraid of the mess inside, choose a glass with a pattern to disguise the interior. Problem solved. Accent all-black cabinetry with brass countertop and hardware. It'll help warm it up and give it an antique feel.
Walnut cabinets warm up a kitchen without having to use a light color. For a more industrial feel, use stainless hardware. Want to hide your dishwasher? Add a cabinet front, so it doesn't break up the line of cabinetry under the counter.
In a minimal Mexican home, the kitchen cabinetry, vent hood, and table are by Boffi, the countertop is Caesarstone, the sink fittings are by Dornbracht, the range is by Wolf, and the ovens are by Miele. In a Tuscan home, the kitchen's stainless steel sink is a prototype of the one Lissoni designed for Boffi's Aprile collection, and the countertops are melamine.
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