Published at Sunday, March 10th 2019. by Linnel Huhtala in Kitchen Cabinets.
If blue and white seems too coastal for you, opt for navy. The richer tone is grounding in a kitchen, and it looks amaze with brass hardware. If the contrast feels too stark between white and blue, opt for gray. The cool tones create a mellow, relaxing place to get your bake on.
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.
Whether you've got a country house or just decorate like you do, try chicken wire on the cabinets. It sounds shoddy but actually looks seriously cool. Using rustic materials heightens the sense of comfort. This look is part farmhouse and part industrial.
Neutral on neutral. This combo will warm up a kitchen, but it's still timeless enough that you won't be dying to paint over it in a year. Pair light upper cabinets with a darker base so the room still feels light and spacious. Pro tip: Add glass doors and it'll feel even more open.
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.
Weathered wood cabinets add rustic charm. If only we could score some exposed wood beams, too. White and blue is about as classic a color combo as you can get. If you don't want something too bold, try a deep navy, and it'll feel more neutral.
In a family-friendly New York apartment, the kitchen's range and microwave are by Wolf, the refrigerator is by Sub-Zero, the custom hood is by Vent-a-Hood, and the countertop is Calacatta Gold marble; Hans Wegner chairs, purchased at auction, flank a table by Eero Saarinen from Design Within Reach, and the vintage pendant light is by Max Ingrand for FontanaArte.
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