Published at Sunday, September 02nd 2018, 03:22:20 AM. Cabinet. By Martino Villa.
Painted kitchen cabinets are back with a bang! It was not too long ago when pretty much everyone turned away from those vintage and retro hues and adopted a more modern approach toward kitchen cabinets. Beige, cream and brown became the order of the day. But then, fashion and interior design have a wonderful way of surprising us by turning back the clock and making the vintage cool again. Today we delve into the colors you can choose for your kitchen cabinets.
Flat-panel rift-cut white oak cabinets in a natural stain join backsplashes and countertops made of large Carrara marble to establish a weightless palette that enhances sunlight. You’d be hard-pressed to argue that Utah kitchen doesn’t come off as warm and inviting. That large iroko wood island countertop looks more beckoning than a roaring fireplace. The rest of the wood tones, mixed with light green paint and blue-green backsplash tile, push the stay-awhile vibe even further.
There’s no hiding anything in a transparent glass cabinet so you should first of all be comfortable with this before anything else. Of course, while this might seem as an inconvenience to some people, others might think of it as a big plus. Transparent cabinet doors let you put things on display while keeping everything safe inside, protected from dust and other things. Also, the plain nature of this type of glass is a nice fit for minimalist interiors and it’s a perfect choice for small kitchen.
More and more decor trends form the past come back to our kitchens to make them edgy and unusual two-tone cabinets, string lights and more. Freestanding cabinetry is one of them, it’s rediscovered and is making a huge come back, and more designers or home owners use it. Freestanding cabinets have legs and seem to be more elevated from the floor. They don’t need to be attached to the back wall although they can be if desired.