By Zoey Patel. Kitchen Cabinet. At Thursday, August 29th 2019, 08:18:15 AM.
One trend in kitchen design is to mix wood finishes or colors, using contrast to draw special attention to different zones in the kitchen. Here the primary cabinetry that outlines the workspace and houses appliances and storage establishes the kitchen¿s Tuscan roots in a buttery hue aged with a distressed glaze finish. Then, the central workstation island establishes its place in richly saturated walnut brown. Deep red, washed with a buttery accent, accentuates the Tuscan influence by adding decorative touches to the kitchen, such as the grand mantelpiece-type architecture framing the cooking station.
This stained style almost seems to be a mixture of back-to-nature combined with extreme modernism. Solid wood slab doors can be tinted to match any color scheme of your choosing — just be careful to discuss your style with the cabinet maker. Some wood grains can be knotty and if wood knots are unappealing to you, then discuss this beforehand. Stain will only make these knots stand out more.
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.
• these contribute to decreasing the homeowner's carbon footprint