Published at Tuesday, March 12th 2019. by Sarah Seymour in Kitchen Cabinets.
Want to use wood in your kitchen but fear that wood-on-wood will look too rustic? Combine it with sleek lines and glass-front cabinets.. In the kitchen of Emmy Rossum's Manhattan apartment, the range and hood are by Bertazzoni, the cabinets are by Scavolini, the antique runner is from Stark and the photograph is by Roger Mayne.
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.
A coastal kitchen gets some vintage charm from plank cabinetry with painted hinges and black latches. The scrubbed oak floors add a light and airy feel. Vibrant blue cabinets complement a turquoise backsplash. Go bold or go home.
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.
These traditional cabinets work in a rustic, traditional, or farmhouse-style kitchen. The cool color palette creates a calm atmosphere. If you've got a beach house and aren't afraid of a little whimsy in the kitch, you have to try porthole windows in your cabinets. Total nautical decor goals.
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.
In the kitchen of this renovated spec home, natural light complements the custom cerused oak kitchen cabinetry with custom brass detailing. Circular pendant lights from Lambert & Fils provide contrast and bring out streaks of black in the marble countertops and backsplash from Marble America in New Rochelle, New York. The stools were sourced from CB2, and the appliances, Wolf.
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