Published at Friday, 09 July 2021. Kitchen Cabinets. By Smith Aaron.
Why not try lower wood cabinets in combination with upper white lacquered ones? Or veneered walnut cabinet side panels with shiny lacquered faces? Or stainless steel floating upper shelves with painted lower wood cabinets.The combinations are endless and you are certain to achieve a style that is uniquely you. If mixing it up is something you are interested in trying, then it may be best to consult an interior designer and a professional cabinet maker. There are just too many combos to choose from, and you want to make sure you still end up with a minimalist kitchen, not a messy mixture.
For a modern twist on traditional cabinetry, try the two-tone look with a different color for upper and base cabinets. This kitchen takes the look a step further by pairing Shaker-style base cabinets with raised-trim upper cabinets. The warm shade of gray continues on the kitchen`s patterned tile floor.
Kitchens feature different stains and styles for a custom look. Popular stains include French roast, dove grey, and buckskin. Oak cabinets are also showing up unstained and unfinished, for a more raw style. Oak also looks stylish and natural for built-in islands and range hoods. The grain adds a nice texture and complements most countertop and flooring materials.
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