Published at Saturday, March 16th 2019. by Aapo Huhta in Kitchen Cabinets.
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.
The handcrafted cabinet doors of this Japanese-style kitchen cleverly slide open instead of swinging out, taking up less room. Clear glass fronts can show off your dinnerware. Add a rolling ladder and you can access the top shelves way easier.
All white can feel too farmhouse, so if you want something more modern, go high gloss. It'll also make your kitchen feel brighter. The easiest way to upgrade your cabinets? Swap out your knobs. It's a whole new look without a major reno.
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.
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.
Adding contrast when you want to keep the color palette white is challenging, but that's where hardware comes in. Add dark rustic hinges to up the country kitchen vibes. Pine cabinets work for anything from coastal to rustic to industrial decor. The gray undertones complement steel appliances.
In John Robshaw's Connecticut home, the kitchen’s settee is by Richard Wrightman, the sinkfittings are by Newport Brass, the ceiling lights are by Restoration Hardware, the countertops are marble, and the custom dhurrie is by John Robshaw; the walls are painted in Rose Quartz and the cabinetry in Starry Night, both by Benjamin Moore.
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