Published at Tuesday, March 19th 2019. by Milla Halonen in Kitchen Cabinets.
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.
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.
To warm up a modern kitchen, it's all about adding light. A glossy finish on cabinets bounces light back into the room. Combine fresh white paint and battered wood for a more relaxed look. Dreaming of our future farmhouse now.
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.
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.
Will we ever be over reclaimed wood? Probably not. It's the ultimate addition to a country kitchen. Green is unexpected in a kitchen, but it can totally work. Accent with fresh flowers and greenery, and it'll feel like summer, no matter what season it actually is.
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.
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