Published at Saturday, September 21st 2019, 15:56:55 PM by Alicia Vaughan. Kitchen Cabinet. If a bold paint color isn’t quite your thing, don’t worry. There are plenty of other ways to apply this look. One of them is to use two separate materials in your cabinet design. A wood finish is typically selected for part of the look, but you could, for example, mix it with laminate for a sleek, modern look or glass and aluminum to give the room an industrial feel.
Published at Saturday, September 14th 2019, 15:35:09 PM by Riley Chapman. Kitchen Cabinet. However you decide your cabinets should look, there is one key detail to keep in mind: Each one of your cabinets should include some sort of coordinating element. Remember, when you have two distinct looks in the same space, it’s crucial to include a few details that will make it clear that they belong together.
Published at Monday, September 16th 2019, 08:18:16 AM by Brandon Lambert. Kitchen Cabinet. Cabinets accented with classic molding and furniture-style details lend timeless traditional style to this elegant kitchen. A dark glaze layered over the creamy white perimeter cabinets conveys a sense of formality by enhancing the cabinetry fine fluting, shapely legs, and intricate crown molding. A black-matte finish on the generous island compliments the scene with striking contrast. To prevent today is traditional style from feeling stodgy and unlivable, add a thoughtful dose of casual embellishments, such as the beaded-board panels and wire-mesh door fronts that hint towards English country ambiance in this kitchen.
Published at Saturday, September 14th 2019, 15:18:39 PM. Kitchen Cabinet By Freddie Woodward. It is important to note that finish color and wood selection are sometimes (and erroneously) used interchangeably. For example, "cherry" is sometimes used to describe the color of a certain type of kitchen cabinet. Cherry is actually the type of wood, and we will discuss this later. To confuse matters more, wood stains take on different colors when applied to different types of woods. So, it is necessary to look at wood types and stains in conjunction with each other, similar to the Keidel Cabinet Wood Finish chart above (see link below for the Keidel site).
Published at Friday, September 13th 2019, 05:29:57 AM. Kitchen Cabinet By Emily Hart. Kitchens have always been at the forefront of interior design trends and for good reason. For most of us, the kitchen is one of the most used rooms in our homes, so there’s no reason not to invest in aesthetics. These days, two-toned kitchen cabinets are the look everyone seems to be clamoring over, and all it takes is one look to see why this trend is piquing homeowners’ interest.
Published at Friday, September 13th 2019, 05:19:05 AM. Kitchen Cabinet By Daniel Smart. Inset doors and drawers with raised panels and beaded frames emphasize the architectural character of traditional style with a treatment that resembles library paneling. Warm cherry in a medium to dark finish is the wood of choice for traditional kitchen cabinetry. Deep crown molding calls attention to the height of the room and provides a graceful transition from the cabinetry to the ceiling. For the island, the pairing of dark woodwork and light countertops is reversed, but the same molded panels and furniture-style feet tie it visually to the perimeter cabinets.
Published at Friday, September 13th 2019, 05:14:02 AM. Kitchen Cabinet By Daniel Baker. Infused with bright light and crisp linear design, this kitchen is a model of modern-Scandinavian inspiration. Slab-front cabinets often speak of industrial style, but a thoughtful selection of materials and finishes gives these a softer appeal. Warm teak veneer inspired by Danish teak furniture builds a visual focal point and a storage haven in a wall of floor-to-ceiling cabinets. Laminate-front base cabinets in vibrant lime green and cool grey energize the workspace. The single style of cabinetry, plus like hardware throughout, unifies the variety of finishes.
Published at Friday, September 13th 2019, 05:09:07 AM. Kitchen Lighting By Brandon Lambert. For so many of us, lighting is an afterthought in our interiors. This happens when you think of it as a utilitarian detail of the room, rather than something that adds aesthetic value. When it’s done right, lighting is the unsung element that brings your design to the next level.
Published at Friday, September 13th 2019, 05:03:10 AM. Kitchen Appliances By Alicia Vaughan. Refrigerators: With any appliance, before you get enamored with all the whistles and bells of how beautiful it looks and all of the gadgets assess your lifestyle. With refrigerators consider how many times you and your family cook and eat from home. For larger families, larger capacity units will be necessary, as well as the ability for longer preservation of food.
Published at Thursday, September 12th 2019, 06:49:07 AM. Kitchen Cabinet By Riley Chapman. If you, too, have fallen in love with the two-toned look, you’re in luck. In this post, we’ll explore some of the most common ways people are getting in on this trend. Read them over and decide which one works best for you. At the end of the day, whichever one you choose is guaranteed to bring plenty of visual interest to your home.