Published at Monday, March 18th 2019. by Antti Joki in Kitchen Cabinets.
Here's definitive proof that green can work in a kitchen. And we're not talking the sage trend of the late '90s. It's unexpected, sure, but once you try it, you'll want to spend every minute in this room. It's also a great complement to stainless steel in a kitchen.
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.
On an idyllic Aegean island, the kitchen’s custom island is in stainless steel, the sinks and fittings are by Marcel Wanders for Boffi, and the wall cabinets, counters, and backsplash are in Carrara marble. In an unconventional pool house, the kitchen island is topped with custom-painted white ash; the sink is by Julien, and the fittings are by KWC.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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