Published at Tuesday, March 19th 2019. by Kivi Laitinen in Kitchen Cabinets.
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.
If you've got a rustic kitchen and want to add a modern touch, consider your cabinetry. White cabinets and stainless steel appliances help it feel clean and fresh. A bold color is ideal for a bar area. It's cool and sexy, but won't overpower your entire kitchen.
In an NYC apartment, the kitchen’s custom island is topped with brushed stainless steel, the range is by Wolf, the Saarinen table and chairs are from Knoll, and the Dandelion chandeliers by Tony Duquette are from Remains Lighting; the Roman shade is of a China Seas fabric with velvet trim from Duralee, and the floor tiles are by Paris Ceramics.
Gray and blue are a great color combo for a kitchen — they're cool and calming, and extremely complimentary. If you've got a gray island, go for blue cabinets. Rose gold all day, every day. This feminine alternative to brass is perfect to update a farmhouse kitchen.
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.
In a San Francisco loft, the kitchen’s cabinetry is by Henrybuilt, the countertops are PentalQuartz, the faucet is by Dornbracht, the stools are by Overgaard & Dyrman and the wall sculpture is by Manuel Neri. Take blue and white to the next level with a vibrant burst of cobalt. It makes a statement but still feels classic.
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.
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