Published at Tuesday, 06 July 2021. Kitchen Cabinets. By Anderson Gary.
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.
A natural wood finish combined with painted cabinets is another idea. You can also mix and match different style doors for upper and lower levels. This effect works well when using glass-front panels on upper-level cabinets. This allows the homeowner to see inside the cabinets.
The epitome of modern design is clean lines. What better way to achieve a clean, open floor plan than by doing away with kitchen cabinets and installing floating shelves, instead? Floating shelves add straight lines that pair well with any modern or contemporary decor. Most homeowners opt for this style for the upper cabinets and then have closed cabinetry doors for the bottom half of their kitchen. This allows for storage of all those unsightly appliances and utensils. A few wooden floating shelves in combination with a glass backsplash or shiny subway tile backsplash will take your kitchen from blah to breathtaking! The only downside of floating shelves is the lack of hidden storage.
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